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Textural Bathrooms to Inspire x 3


I'm sharing three inspiring bathrooms with you today. Though each one is different, they all showcase warm beige palettes, beautiful textural finishes and incredible attention to detail. The first, a project in Mornington Peninsular by Pandolfini Architects features floor to ceiling stone tiling providing a striking backdrop for the bright white accents. It's hard not to love the simplicity of freestanding basins and baths. I especially love the bathing corner with its white shutters and Gubi Semi Pendant. A minimal floor mounted tap and timber stool for easy to reach items are the perfect finishing touches. 

Mornington Peninsular Beach House by Pandolfini Architects / Photography by Rory Gardiner 

This next bathroom is located inside a stunning Copenhagen apartment designed by Natalie Dubrovska. It features a tactile mix of concrete and terrazzo against a two-toned beige wall. With brass accents including tapware, hooks and the Hay Slit Table providing further texture and a metallic edge, the brass shutters are a standout element.  

Sense, designed by Natalie Dubrovska, Dubrovska Studio

This last bathroom features a gorgeous combination of beige stone tiles, dark timber and matte black accents including tapware, wall hooks and towel rail. I love how the stone carries through from the sink along the wall to include the bath surround, while in contrast the shower has been tiled floor to ceiling. A clever way to define the areas and create cohesiveness in a small space, I also like that there's plenty of storage in the cabinets and behind the mirrors.  

 BC House by Dieter Vander Velpen Architects / Photography by Thomas De Bruyne

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