RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSIONContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
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Marble and limestoneIn my own project, we combined marble and limestone. The colour of the bathtub takes its cue from the solid black marble slab, while the colour of the glass pendant light takes its cue from the amber in the vein running through the marble. An ambiance of warmth and luxury is further highlighted with the use of a taupe limestone on both the floor and the walls. The single glass slipper-shaped bathtub sits in the space acting as a sculpture where you can bathe and enjoy the warmth of the surroundings.
A freestanding Caroma Noir bathtub dominates the master bathroom. The materials found throughout the rest of the house repeat in this space. The black Nero Tempest marble found around the fireplace comes up here as an imposing wall; acid-washed Chiampo limestone similar to that in the living room adorns the floor, only here it has a more honed finish. The light fixtures glow amber when lit, complementing the gold tones in the marble.