Obscure ceiling demolished, water proofing finished, the bathroom is ready for the new tiles. The WC and bathroom will retain their separate layout as before. The bathroom, however, will have a double shower where there was once a bath.
In keeping with the deco feel of the apartment, we’ve chosen hexagon floor tiles in black and a contrasting white subway tile. Both will be offset with a charcoal grey grout. Leanne and Brad from The Art of Tiles are passionate about their business and customers, and aided us willingly as we made our choices. They even recommended a good tiler – few and far between these days. artoftiles.com.au
We love this Gosford Park-inspired kitchen from the January issue of Martha Stewart magazine. But rather than use the subway tiles in the kitchen, we’re using them in the bathrooms and cloakroom.
Moodboard: All white walls and natural wood floors will be a canvas for easy living.
Moodboard: Tonal paint colours with a highlight block will make the kitchen simple yet modern.
Moodboard: The compact kitchen needs interesting details – we especially like this painted splash back.
Moodboard: Wood panelling detail will be used throughout the sitting and dining areas. Hard work for the carpenters, but it makes hiding electrical wires easy.
The bathroom torn out, the pipes to be replaced. We’re looking forward to choosing the tiles.