Trends New Zealand Volume 33 No 4 - Page 115

from the angular theme in the bathroom are the twin round sinks and decorative drawer pulls on the his-and-hers vanity. “I used the glow of old-school filament lighting in both rooms to add a certain moodiness – the look is reminiscent the New York loft theme I was wanting to create,” says Hynes. “I especially like the three sconces in the bathroom – they give a great atmosphere in the evening.” save and share: search 49599 at Bathroom designer: Ange Hynes, Architecture: Katipo Design Vanity cabinetry: (finishes) by Mosgiel Kitchens Shower fittings: Meir from Kitchen Hub Shower stall: Custom by Metro Glass Floor and shower stall: Blendart wood-look porcelain tiles from the Tile Centre Dunedin Taps: Meir from The Kitchen Hub Sinks: iStone from Edward Gibbon Plumbing Plus, Dunedin Lighting: Industry Wall Lights from Lighting Direct Above: Contributing to its dramatic black and gold theme, the porcelain tile floor has the look of antique floorboards, with the tiles laid in a traditional herringbone pattern to accentuate the effect. The tilework continues into the shower stall and up the rear wall while the clear shower stall doors add to the master bathroom’s sense of space. Story by John Williams Photography by Graham Warman search | save | share at