Northside residenceModern Bathroom, Canberra - Queanbeyan
For this new family home, the interior design aesthetic was modern neutrals. Lots of bold charcoals, black, pale greys and whites, paired with timeless materials of timber, stone and concrete. A sophisticated and timeless interior. Interior design and styling by Studio Black Interiors. Built by R.E.P Building. Photography by Thorson Photography.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Thinking behind the arrangement of furniture/fixturesFunctionality was key in this room, as the space is quite small. Having a built-in bath was great for the clients’ young daughter and meant the bath could run from wall to wall, taking advantage of the space. A wall-hung vanity gives the illusion of more space, and a semi-frameless shower also makes the space feel bigger than it actually is. The large 800-millimetre mirror is a lovely feature in this bathroom and plays a big role in bouncing light from the window around the space.