When renovation any bathroom it is extremely important to plan out the layout and really consider if it is a space that works. Being an old 50’s home that had never been updated the bathroom and laundry were a little worse for wear to say the least! It was quite a generous space and we wanted to ensure it housed all the bathroom necessities comfortably.
The layout of the bathroom and laundry was something that George and I really considered and it took about a week of deliberation before we nutted out the best option. We decided to separate the spaces and take some room from the walk way that leads to the courtyard and create a European style laundry. This gave us more room in the main bathroom to incorporate a freestanding bath and a frameless shower.
The bathrooms both mimic each other, with bold art deco inspired floor tiles and a very understated matte wall tile. We had the vanity custom made with a shaker profile to compliment the laundry and kitchen. The laundry and vanity tops showcase the stunning Dekton Enzo stone. Originally we were going to close this laundry off with some doors but once that stone went in it was too stunning to hide away and not showcase. The stone selection has made this laundry a stunning feature of the home.
Stone - Dekton Enzo
Tiles - Beaumont Tiles
Styling accessories - Simple Form
Tapware - Various Suppliers