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Oct222013

A dreamy bathroom

Sweet jeezus this bathroom is an absolute DREAM! Via Minosa. The clients were searching for a fresh contemporary space that better utilised their small bathing space. The client wanted the bathroom to be connected to the dressing room which was located next to the ensuite and the bedroom there after. They wanted a good use of artificial light as the bathroom had NO window. The client did not like grout as was searching for a seamless product to apply to all walls and the shower floor. The designers choose to remove the wall between the dressing room and the ensuite and in its place installing the Rimidesio sliding (oversized) door system, and an engineered Oak floor. The two main focal points are the stunning Antonio Lupi freestanding bath and the floating wall hung Vanity unit with the very impressive Gessi Goccia tapware and oversized basins. The faucets and tub filler are so gorgeous!!!

Reader Comments (5)

Wow absolutely gorgeous and unearthly because of the lighting and sleek walls. So different from the typical bathroom.

22 Oct 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLara

What material was used for the grout-less walls? I'd love to use it on some of my interior design projects. This bathroom is just beautiful with its simple, clean, curved lines.

23 Oct 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSophie

Sophie - they used Corian.

23 Oct 2013 | Registered Commenterkim

Thanks for the Post Kim, looks great!

23 Oct 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDarren Genner

Beautiful bathroom. Congrats. One question, what is the material of the floor of the shower please ? I love the style, very original ! Many thanks

30 Oct 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDiane

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