Finally Australians have moved on from everything always being chrome and white in their bathroom. Don’t get me wrong the chrome/white combo still has a place. It is timeless and great if you are planning to sell because it appeals to a wide market but if you’re passionate about design it’s nice to know that there are more options available now than in the recent past.
In this bathroom we have chosen to select a range of different colours and textures to add a sophisticated style to the space. The Concrete pendant ties in with the light grey floor tile whilst adding some colour with the copper. Hang this off to the side of the shaving cabinet, ensuring it clears the door when it opens so as not to smash it.
It is important to compare colours in a space before going ahead with installation as the combination of a range of colours can be disappointing if they don’t work well together. The Licorice Linea cabinet has been selected in this bathroom to go with the grey tile as a lighter, sandy cabinet with touches of yellow would make the tile appear mauve and that’s not at all what we want to achieve. Rose Gold fittings throughout can be tricky (e.g. plugs, door handles etc) so we have combined it with matte black in the door handle and plug as well as the Rose Gold/Matte Black Robe Hook. The Brodware City Stik basin mixer is a classic pin lever mixer in rose gold placed on a simple semi-inset basin on a Fresh Concrete Caesarstone vanity top. A similar vanity to this is the Marquis Phoenix Vanity.