01       B A T H R O O M   R E N O V A T I O N

We completely gutted this bathroom and started again: We made the window smaller, (it overlooks a dull courtyard) swung the toilet around so as to hide the waste pipe, added a stylish new vanity with caesarstone top and modern basin. We ditched the old bath and replaced it with a walk-in shower. Then for the final touches: painted the walls a light shade of grey, upcycled an old mirror, added a stylish fabric blind and accessorised with photo frames, a small ornate wall shelf and some glass bottles
































02        B A T H R O O M    R E V A M P 



We helped this client get her teenage daughter out of her mom's bathroom and into her own, by adding a sumptuous bath! While we were at it we smashed down the dated shower and replaced it with a sleek glass enclosure. We also replaced the old vanity and basin with a much more modern one. Finishing touches were a fabric blind, wall cubbies and a ladder towel rail. 





















03        B A T H R O O M S

To keep their home up-to-date these clients decided to bring both of their bathrooms into this century. We installed hidden cistern wall-hung toilets, removed dated wall-tiles and installed a new shower and bath, new hardware and finally some modern floating vanities. 




04     B A T H R O O M

05        S T Y L I N G   A   B A T H R O O M

Sometimes all a bathroom needs is a little bit of professional styling. Here, we added a gorgeous framed mirror, a dummy fabric blind and some stylish accessories to update this bathroom 




06        B A T H R O O M

07      B A T H R O O M     R E N O    

This client's bathroom was in serious need of a total overhaul! The dated tiles had already been painted a few years ago and were peeling, the layout of the room needed to change as they wanted a double vanity and to lose the bath. Their wishes were my commands and so we stripped it bare and started again. The end result is a stylish and modern bathroom with on trend wall-hung toilet (with built in cistern) where the basin vanity used to be, a light walk in shower with a glass side panel {instead of the built up wall) and fabulous floor mosaics. Lastly a really sleek and practical double floating vanity was installed on the wall where the bath used to be. 







We flipped and stripped this Lonehill bathroom; everything was so dated, from the mottled granite, built in clumsy vanity to the wall and floor tiles. We ripped everything out, smooth plastered walls (which were then painted) We only tiled inside the shower with a central mosaic feature running down the spout wall [still waiting for the seamless glass shower enclosure...but you get the idea] Then we installed a hidden cistern Gerberit wall hung toilet (very up to date) a free-standing bath and lastly a gorgeous floating vanity with double drop-in basin. All that's needed now are two beautiful mirrors and some accessories