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ARTISAN APPLICATION HOME RENOVATION

ENSUITE

This project offered a multi-faceted brief, a visual artisan application and greater functionality were essential. Our client’s family home didn’t have its own laundry room and therefore no subsequent storage. The walk-in-robe within the master bedroom was too small to actually walk in! While standing inside a bath to shower wasn’t practical for our client whom is naturally tall. Nor was the bath relaxing for his wife with a shower screen enclosing the space. Fortunately, the master bedroom was a substantial size, with the opportunity to build a separate laundry with ample storage presenting itself. The laundry design created a shuffle of doorways throughout the entire space, allowing a better layout for the ensuite. This also allowed enough room in the master bedroom new built in robes. Aesthetically, each room was to have it’s on identity, yet be cohesive with the rest of the home.

MAIN BATHROOM

A room with dual access was ineffectively being used as a laundry, store room and family bathroom. We were given the task to relocate the laundry to another part of the home. This room was to become a fun bathroom for a growing family to use. The absence of a bathtub made bathing 2 small children practically impossible. The lack of functional storage also left much to be desired. A more functional layout also needed to be determined. A stained-glass door, featuring a playful duck pond, was one of few natural light sources available to the adjacent lounge room. However, access between the two rooms was not ideal for privacy nor maximisation of space. Our clients wanted to retain this original bespoke feature as a fun contribution to the bathroom renovation.

After the decision was made to remove the door, we were able to re-frame the stain-glass duck so that a new bathroom could have its own fun quirk and let an abundance of bathroom light filter into the lounge room. Consistent with the rest of the home’s palette, we were able to add bold interest to the floor, matching it with a calming blue pastel up high. A crisp white centre consisting of white tapware, vanity and fixtures really widened the room and created a blank canvas for pops of colour to be invited through children’s toys and linen, which further added life to the space. The only challenge remaining will be coaxing children out of the family fun bathroom each day!

LAUNDRY

This project offered a multi-faceted brief, a visual artisan application and greater functionality were essential. Our client’s family home didn’t have its own laundry room and therefore no subsequent storage. The walk-in-robe within the master bedroom was too small to actually walk in! While standing inside a bath to shower wasn’t practical for our client whom is naturally tall. Nor was the bath relaxing for his wife with a shower screen enclosing the space. Fortunately, the master bedroom was a substantial size, with the opportunity to build a separate laundry with ample storage presenting itself. The laundry design created a shuffle of doorways throughout the entire space, allowing a better layout for the ensuite. This also allowed enough room in the master bedroom new built in robes. Aesthetically, each room was to have it’s on identity, yet be cohesive with the rest of the home.

Most notably, three disproportionate rooms have been effectively re-designed to offer three functional spaces. As a result, a moody yet relaxing ensuite, now sits aside the master bedroom in a ‘hotel feel’ configuration. The adjacent laundry is now filled with bold colour and inspired pattern to compliment the feel of the existing home renovation, with a substantial increase in usability. Artisan tiles are used to give each space it’s distinct personality while wood grain laminates help soften the zones. A complete transformation in both style and day to day routine for this growing family.

Designed and built by the Brilliant SA team.
Designer: Bronwyn Aldridge.

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