Sustainable House Randwick 01Contemporary Bathroom, Sydney
New bathroom to existing terrace house - Randwick, Sydney.
Walls and curved ceiling white glass mosaics - Feature wall custom made tiles designed in cooperation with Anchor Ceramics.
Bath tub Parisi Onda.
Pan free standing bath mixer and spout (Zucchetti)
Parisi Tondo hand held shower
Custom made timber vanity
Towel rack from small spaces, Randwick
Floor tiles: Tiles by Kate – Marble 15mm thick, 400 x 800mm
Photo by Kat Lu
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Marie Kondo talks a lot about organising our drawers and spaces well, but perhaps more importantly, not actually keeping or purchasing things we don’t use or need. Again, in my bathroom I was shocked to realise I had stockpiled so many basic toiletries. I seemed to be preparing for some type of catastrophic event that would cause all pharmacies to permanently shut down. I had enough hair products to start my own salon, and mascara is obviously my go-to purchase when I want to update my make-up collection. I got rid of everything I hadn’t used recently, or that was used or dried up, and I kept the hair products. Now that I can see them, I’ll use them.Again, the task begins by hauling everything out. Seeing our ‘things’ in a new location, out of their habitat, does make us realise how excessive we are. Then more sorting piles, a thorough clean for the bathroom, and finally that bath.9 Organising Lessons We Can Learn From Tiny Spaces
39. Round and about. Sydney, NSWDesigner: Day Bukh Architects
5. Off the bench, on the wallWall-mount as many fixtures as possible to use vertical space and clear benchspace. This goes for every room in the house.In the bathroom, consider a basin rather than a full vanity, and build cupboards and shelves along the walls or install a mirror-fronted cabinet above the basin to compensate for the missing vanity storage – some mirrored cabinets can also be recessed into the wall cavity behind. Accessories such as toothbrush holders and hairdryer docks can also be wall-mounted.