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This bathroom and laundry renovation in a 1970s split level open plan home in Perth embraces the property’s high ceilings and ample natural lighting.
Inspired by Rogerseller’s Arq tapware range in Graphite, this project enjoys a monochromatic palette that is stylishly contemporary yet highly practical.
Taking advantage of the ample natural light, the client was able to choose a dark tile without confining the space, while cleverly integrating it with white tiles for an overall feeling of lightness.
With an aim to increase usability and storage solutions across both the bathroom and laundry, the client opted for a Strata shower and frameless shower screen, a scratch resistant Comfort built-in bath that could be shared with the family dog, as well as a large custom-made vanity cabinet with ample storage and a Vitra Water Jewels undercounter basin, perfect for easy cleaning and to keep the counter space tidy.
Continuing the monochromatic palette, the laundry’s unusual black ceiling makes a bold statement while floor to ceiling tiling and cabinetry in white ensures the ceiling isn’t too overpowering. Similar to the bathroom, the graphite tapware beautifully contrasts the white tiles while matching the tones of the grey floor tiles.