In this bathroom, a bulky vanity unit was traded for recessed mirrored storage paired with a minimal wall-mounted basin to make the most of the modest-sized bathroom
This spatial illusion is enhanced by large-format floor tiles that look like a continuous surface, and rectangular ceramic wall tiles laid in neat rows, all from Signorino Tile Gallery.
Owner's bathroom renovation advice
- Planning ahead when renovating pays. Research, plan and purchase fixtures and fittings in advances, so you’re not caught off guard when builders suddenly need something. It also means you don’t have to compromise on the things you really want or like.
- If you’re ordering some of her favourite fittings online from overseas, allow time for international shipping,
- Remember to plan door hardware in advance, and measure your space carefully. Otherwise you might find that the handles you love don’t fit the doors the builder has ordered.
Where to buy
Accessories: ‘Scala’ 700mm double towel rail, $216, Reece, reece.com.au.
Basin & tap: Duravit ‘Scola’ wall-mounted basin, $694, Zucchetti ‘Pan’ wall-mounted tapware, $676.50, both Mary Noall, marynoall.com.au.
Cabinetry: Custom mirror cabinet, $750, A&V Kitchen Design.
Tiles: Signorino ‘Terrazzo’ 400mm x 400mm floor tiles, $93.50/sqm, glazed 300mm x 50mm wall tiles in White, $66/sqm, all Signorino Tile Gallery, signorino.com.au.
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