Today I am so excited to be sharing with you one of our favourite projects of the year, a quirky-cool bathroom in the Centennial Park home of our client David.
David's eclectic style is apparent throughout his fab apartment, and thankfully he has carried that into the bathroom (which we love!).
He used a mainly monochromatic palette with hints of pink to break it up, every item in this room is thought out and placed there for a reason, even right down to the Jeeves & Wooster top hat pendant hanging above.
Having spent a lot of time living/travelling the U.S, David has been influenced by American culture and the New York style is apparent in the bathroom. White subway tiles with dark grout, the NY city skyline basin and overall styling accentuate a modern space with retro elements.
Suffice to say we were pretty excited to see how this bathroom would turn out, we had a lot of expectations. And let me tell you, we are not disappointed!
A huge thank you to David for letting us be a part of such a memorable project and for letting us share it on this blog.
all photos by Candana
Builder: John Vigliante of Franklin Homes
Designer: Alain Chazelles of InHouse Interiors (member of the DIA)
Tiles: Rendition tiles
Vanity: Custom made, door knob from Ikea
Mirror: Deco Mirrors
Medicine cabinet: David Met Nicole
Track light above mirror: Ikea
Bowler hat pendant: Jeeves and Wooster by Jake Phipps
Switch panels: HPM Linea in 'Midnight dash soft touch'
Shower curtain: Urban Outfitters
Toilet suite: Mimo by Laufen
Basin: Urban New York by Roca
Shower: Bau Cosmopolitan by Grohe
Curtain rail: Delway Brass
Tapware: City Stik by Brodware
Toilet roll holder: Quadra by Frost
Pink shelf: Mimo by Laufen
Towel shelf: Mimo by Laufen