1880's Cottage Bathroom
Space was at a premium for this tiny cottage renovation. In order to provide our client with their wish list they had to make some compromises. Instead of a separate bathroom and en-suite we incorporated the two together by way of making a new bathroom/en-suite off the master bedroom with sliding door access into the bathroom. This not only saved money for another bathroom but we could provide a larger en-suite combo bathroom with a freestanding bath. Bespoke tiles, ceramic light and curved fixtures and fittings added to the character and flow of this lovely cottage.
An 1890's Villa Bathroom and Laundry combination Renovation. Traditional features were important for this villa. to maintain the character required for this home. Special consideration for the housing of a hidden washing machine meant that an extra large basin with granite vanity top were made so to look in balance with the room. A large walk-in shower features an overhead rain shower, standard shower and Rimu seating. Handmade Black Tiles compliment this traditional home.
One of Two identical townhouses these bathrooms are large and roomy. Modern features throughout with a wall hung vanity, freestanding curved ceramic bath and complementary tiles with the stonework look to compliment the townhouse schist work exterior. The large mirror reflects the light around the room and a large shower is tucked away from the main view. This bathroom has all the features one would expect for this quality of home.
Catering for family and friends when visiting their holiday home our clients required a large bathroom off the downstairs bedroom. Part of their brief was a bath for the children and plenty of space for drying. We created this bathroom by taking space from a small older style car garage and knocking through the wall into the adjoining room. With no room for windows, as this was on a sloping site, extra lighting was introduced, a large mirror with lighting above and glossy tiles added to the overall effect.
This complex cottage renovation previously had a separate lean too toilet and laundry however due to the scope of this renovation and relocation of one whole side of this dwelling we incorporated the laundry, linen cupboard with the guest toilet together. Walls and cabinet depths are not what they seem. Keeping the theme throughout, this room is spacious yet compact, light and bright. The stone top features a porcelain basin and complimentary textured soft grey cabinets and patterned tiles, complete this renovation.
A sideboard or laundry? A renovation transformation for this 1940's home was a delight not only for ourselves but our clients. With no flow through their home their only access to their Kitchen-Living room was via an old laundry. By moving their bathroom into the old laundry we were able create a new practical hallway. Features include a Granite Bench-top, Porcelain sink and bespoke washer/dryer housing. Retaining the original archway and lead-light window complete this wonderful renovation.