Bondi Californian BungalowContemporary Bathroom, Sydney

They say the magic thing about home is that it feels good to leave and even better to come back and that is exactly what this family wanted to create when they purchased their Bondi home and prepared to renovate. Like Marilyn Monroe, this 1920’s Californian-style bungalow was born with the bone structure to be a great beauty. From the outset, it was important the design reflect their personal journey as individuals along with celebrating their journey as a family. Using a limited colour palette of white walls and black floors, a minimalist canvas was created to tell their story. Sentimental accents captured from holiday photographs, cherished books, artwork and various pieces collected over the years from their travels added the layers and dimension to the home. Architrave sides in the hallway and cutout reveals were painted in high-gloss black adding contrast and depth to the space. Bathroom renovations followed the black a white theme incorporating black marble with white vein accents and exotic greenery was used throughout the home – both inside and out, adding a lushness reminiscent of time spent in the tropics. Like this family, this home has grown with a 3rd stage now in production - watch this space for more...
Martine Payne & Deen Hameed

This is an example of a small contemporary master wet room bathroom in Sydney with white cabinets, white tile, white walls, a vessel sink, a hinged shower door, glass-front cabinets, a freestanding tub, a one-piece toilet, subway tile, ceramic floors, marble benchtops, black floor and black benchtops. —  Houzz
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markm1111 wrote:15February,2017
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    3 years ago

    Hi Mark,

    Yes, this bathroom is very elegant and definitely a labour of love.

    The dimensions of this bathroom are 3645x 1785mm.

    The shower and bath area is 1650Dx 1785W. Frameless floor to ceiling shower screen was custom made at 3000H. The fixed glass panel on the right hand side had to be cut around the niche a bit of a tricky job, but well worth it in the end. Allowing this space to become a steam/wet room.

    Vanity 1235W, I designed a floating wall mounted vanity to give the illusion of more space. The mirrored applied to the niche wall also opens this space making it appear wider.

    Toilet area: 750W, Mirrored niche was built out to suit toilet cistern.

    I hope this helps, good luck.



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What Houzzers are commenting on:

HU-375920661 added this to webuser_375920661's ideas7 July 2020

Interested in the bath shower combo

Sotiria V added this to 99 Bathroom27 June 2020

Dark counter and floors. Black and white.

snowspider added this to Bathroom Ideas2 June 2020

bath and shower together but separate

David Mann added this to Archive27 May 2020

Hmm maybe we could do something like this shower tub combo at the far end of the master bathroom

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