The industrial feel has been achieved through the use of graffiti & concrete tiles. Black accessories add to the overall look
What a transformation this place has seen. Located in Thornleigh with uninterrupted views into an extensive bushland creek, this 1960s bungalow received a complete makeover from the roof down to its flooring and everything in between. To see the entire project check out the Renovation Project at Thornleigh
The existing bathroom was relocated to accommodate the floor plan changes. It has now a walk-in shower, a vanity and a heated towel rail.
Feature wall tile
The dark floor tile continues up creating a feature wall that is in contrast to the other light wall tiles. On this feature wall the owners chose a graffiti wall tile to make a colourful statement in the otherwise neutral bathroom.
Wall hung vanity
With the vanity stretching from wall to wall, the bathroom has a sophisticated feel while making the best use of the space.
A top-mounted washbasin with black tapware rounds up this stylish sanctuary.
If you want to learn more about your own bathroom makeover, please contact the team of Inspired Spaces.