The ensuite of this beachside Ocean Grove holiday home had seen its day. Whilst the 90’s decor was still clean & tidy my clients longed for a simpler, fresher & more sophisticated look, that was in keeping with the style of the home.
Given that the kitchen, bathroom & laundry had all been renovated in recent years I chose to reflect details from those rooms in the ensuite selections so that the home now has a sense of continuity throughout & the ensuite does not look like it fell from the sky.
I replaced the heavy beech veneer vanity & faux granite laminate benchtop with a floating white Polytec Classic White vanity & Caesarstone Nougat benchtop & reduced the width of the overly large vanity to accommodate a larger shower space. To give the room a more luxurious feel I lengthened the shower & replaced the polymarble shower base with a tiled base. Then to further enhance the spacious of the room I extend the mirror down to the benchtop. Other enhancements to the room include new LED downlight, hardwiring of the heated towel rail, a semi frameless shower screen & impressive twin rail shower.
My clients were delighted to have their newly made over ensuite ready for Easter & even more delighted to have had, the entire project from the interior design through to the coordination of trades project managed on their behalf.