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Liveable housing guidelines achieved in revamped master bathroom in classic home

20 Sep, 2019

Designed by Catnick Design Studio

From the designer: 

The owner's brief was to create a new home within the walls of this old beauty. However, the gorgeous 115-year-old villa required extensive renovation. 

We re-designed the floor plan to include a new luxurious family bathroom, where functionality was key. 


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Opting for a glass shower stall extended the line of sight in this reinvented bathroom space.

The master suite, ensuite and walk-in-robe were designed in accordance with The Liveable Housing Australia Design Guidelines (which focus on designing versatile homes that meet the changing needs of occupants as they grow older).

The bathroom required extensive, careful design. 

Beneath the old sewing room – to be converted to a new family bathroom – there was a dry cellar.  This was to be retained, as it was in excellent condition.  

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The contemporary design for this bathroom included tabletop basins and niche vanity pulls, with the latter contributing to an overall uncluttered look.

It was important to utilise every inch of space in the new design as the owner requested a double vanity, a large mirror and a wow factor bath.  

We achieved all this and kept the visual line clear as we also extended the frameless shower screen to the ceiling to avoid the need for visual line breaks.  

In addition, we also retained all plumbing to the exterior walls and achieved the room design and retained the cellar using Bondek sheeting.

We gutted the interior, re-plastered the walls, introduced new ceilings, electrical, and plumbing and created a new design for a stage 2 addition. This will include a side entrance access to the home, a laundry, new kitchen, a lounge and dining room, all capturing northern light.

Credit list

Designer
Catnik Design Studio, Nick Apps and Cathy Apps
Benchtop
Caesarstone 6011 – Intense White
Basin
Arcisan, from Routleys
Shower stall
Freestanding glass screen, from Pagel Glass
Toilet
Caroma Piperita, Liano Invisi II Cleanflush, from Routleys
Vanity
Adelaide Prestige Kitchens
Bath
Noosa Freestanding Bath, from Luxe Bathware
Taps
Hansgrohe, from Routleys
Shower fittings
Hansgrohe, from Routleys
Awards
Trends International Design Awards (TIDA) Bathrooms – Highly Commended

For more than 30 years, Trends has promoted great home design ideas through its print, digital and online media.The Trends International Design Awards – TIDAs – take that involvement to the next level with the search for the best kitchens, bathrooms and homes across a number of the countries where Trends has a presence.


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