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It’s easy to forget the importance of the bathroom, but it's where we start and finish the day. Here's all the inspiration, ideas and information you need to get started.

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Lap of luxury
Traditional or contemporary? It doesn't actually have to be one or the other as this award-winning bathroom design shows. The result is an attractive blended look that's both comfortable and eye-catch...
Making light of it
In this award-winning powder room, designer Natalie Du Bois introduced concealed lighting into the shower soap niche – turning a utilitarian element into a feature – as well as under-counter lighting ...
Long division
Clever design elements in this spacious ensuite ensure a clear division of space, plus privacy where it's needed


Tropical splendour
So how do you go about designing an out-lying pavilion when the environment is essentially one big wet room? This luxurious indoor-outdoor space offers an excellent response


Black beauty
Nothing says luxury like the look of exotic stone. Jet-black, white-veined marble-look porcelain sheeting sets the atmosphere in this spa-like bathroom with river views from the generous tub.
Framed aesthetic
Black-framed countertops and showerstall are complemented by black-frame vanity mirrors in this bathroom by designer Leon House.

inspiring ideas

5 Key things to establish before you design your bathroom
Innovative modular architecture expert Modscape provides some valuable groundwork for your bathroom project before a single tile is laid or a mixer comes out of its box.
I'm in the bath. Yes, I can see that!
Gorgeous views beyond the master bedroom windows – so, why not let the ensuite share the love? Placing this modern bathroom behind glass in the master bedroom saves space, enhances view access, and lo...

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Plumbing World Home


Home Trends Vol. 35/4
Real estate agents often say the kitchen is one of the major factors that sways potential buyers of a home. But these days, it's just as likely that the home's bathrooms will also influence a sale. So...


2019 TIDA New Zealand Powder Rooms winner – Detail by Davinia Sutton
2019 TIDA New Zealand Architect-designed Bathroom Suites winner – Wilson & Hill Architects

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