Trends New Zealand Volume 33 No 4 - Page 111

These in turn, are the same width as the wardrobe doors in the adjacent bedroom. The mirrors not only visually widen the room, most also front wall cabinets, avoiding the need for bulky vanities. The built-out shelf below is for everyday items, such as soaps, gels and hand towels. “We were conscious not to cut the bathroom off completely,” the designer says. “That’s why we prioritised the bath- tub at the bedroom end of space – so that a visual connection could be maintained through the bedroom and out to the trees on the boundary of the property. “The owners were dream clients in terms of their request for colour, because they love white, and we love white as well, so we went for a real stripped back colour palette.” see more online: search 49600 at Trendsideas.com see more online: search ensuite at Trendsideas.com Designer: Tobin Smith, CoLab Architecture Cabinetry: Mirror-fronted upper wall cabinets Shower fittings: Hansgrohe Raindance, Methven Minimalist Mixer Shower stall: Custom, tiled Bath: VCBC Sonit freestanding bath Basin: Duravit Scola Taps: Methven Minimalist Toilet: Duravit Starck Edition 2 How water systems: Rinnai Gas Infinity Story by John Williams Photography by Jamie Cobel search | save | share at