Prahran, Grandview GroveContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
Soft curves & clean clutter free lines of this bathroom were generated with a modern slant whilst respecting the age and era of the home. The colour palette soft and visually restful, enhancing the impression of space and calm. A custom designed window and the addition of a fan light over the existing doorway gives an appropriate blend between the old and the new, providing much improved natural lighting. Designed & built by http://bubblesbathrooms.com.au/
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Double upTwin showers are a fun way to supervise little ones in the shower. With a soft aerated spray and handheld wand, you can introduce them gently to the sensation of falling water. Coach them to operate taps safely, wash hair, rinse off and get to all the grubby bits, while you get clean too. Twin showers get a tick from the senior crowd too.
5. Wide wonderA wide bathroom is the perfect space in which to create a shower for two. The central entrance enables easy access, while the width allows for the inclusion of two wall-mounted showerheads, as well as two overhead rain showers mounted on the ceiling. To balance the centred doorway, a recessed shelving space is included for easy access by both bathers.
5. What kind of showerheads would you like to have?Rainforest showerheads can give your bathroom the same five-star luxury you’d find in a high-end resort, but plumbing must be factored in. The cavity created by lowering the ceiling height in a shower room can be just what you need to house behind-the-scenes plumbing and electricals. Overhead lighting in a shower room can make the space far more welcoming.