Fitzroy North HouseContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
Dark floor tiles laid in a herringbone pattern wrap up the shower wall and into the skylight over the shower. Timber joinery , marble benchtop, full height mirror and Venetian plaster add contrast and warmth to the bathroom.
Image by: Jack Lovel Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
How has your business changed?I was fortunate enough to have a great client for the Fitzroy North House with a keen interest in producing quality architecture as my initial breakout project, which provided me with the financial security and encouragement to know I could make a go of my own business.It was a major leap of faith and a massive change to my financial position. Thankfully, I had a few good connections who provided me with various scales of work to maintain a relatively consistent turnover. Today, I still have the same connections and more – I find it important to keep in touch with all of them as you never know what might come your way.
The same Venetian plaster used to restore the walls of the original house reappears in the upstairs bathroom. A contemporary colour and material palette brings warmth and style to the space.Metropolis Range tapware: Astra Walker; tiles: Perini Tiles