When it comes to finding inspo for your bathroom renovation, sometimes the best place to start is in someone else's bathroom.
We've wrapped up five of our recent favourite Aussie projects to get you feeling inspired and on your way to Bathroom Happiness.
This stunningly contemporary Mount Keira ensuite in NSW brings together varying shapes and textures to create an overall beautiful design. The ISSY Glide Floating Vanity elevates the space, with generous double sinks in an organic floating vanity design providing style like no other.
A synergy is formed with the twin mirrors and the swooping curves of the dual basins. The choice of textured rectangular finger tiles adds an extra touch of modern flair.
Matte black features are a grounding element to this space. The Milli Pure mixers provide an added layer of depth and contrast, and similarly, the matte black motif is carried out in the Geberit Sigma dual flush plate, unifying the overall look.
This ensuite is a fantastic example of how colour comes together with contrasting textures and shapes to create a harmonious design.
There’s no better bathroom than a practical bathroom, especially if multiple users require the room at once. This Toowoomba ensuite in NSW has all the elements to make a couple feel at ease. The huge double vanity provides ample storage, while dual mirrors cater to each individual. The AXA H10 double sinks provide a softness against the tactile wall tiles and dark black features.
The versatile Mizu Drift twin waterrail shower caters to any shower preference, while the indulgent Posh Solus freestanding bath adds an extra touch of luxury. The bath sits in the ideal location for a romantic bath by the window - the perfect indulgent escape.
When designing a bathroom for two, always consider how the space will be used both separately and together - that way functionality is never overlooked.
Any moment spent in this Greenmount ensuite in QLD is pure bliss. Not afraid to show personality, this bathroom features modern design elements with varying quirks to create an aesthetically pleasing space.
The gold pendant lights echo 1920s glamour, while the Posh Solus freestanding bath adds sleekness to the overall look. The chrome Mizu Stream mixer set is a timeless choice, while dual AXA H10 above counter sinks add a level of sophistication and draw the eye.
Wall prints tie in nicely with the baby blue wall tiles, adding a final touch of personalisation to the space. It’s important to show your style, whether that be pops of colour, texture or beautifully design products - find your individuality and embrace it.
This Alfred Cove ensuite in WA is a great example of how an ensuite is an extension of the bedroom rather than a separate room. With huge double door access to the walk-in robe and direct access from the master bedroom, the layout feels comfortable and homey.
The large AXA Cento wall basin has the aesthetic of a single sink but the practicability of two, and a dividing wall between the wet area gives purpose to every space.
Timber and feature lighting come together to create an undeniable warmth. Graphite tiles match seamlessly with the Milli Glance metallic mixers, adding a grounding element.
The best way to find warmth in an ensuite is to ensure the bedroom and the bathroom are integrated - allowing one room to flow into the next is a sure-fire way to have your space feeling like home.
Vibrant is just one way to describe this Sandpiper main bathroom by Mickey Mouse Plumbing. A striking shade of blue contrasts with white textured walls and patterned tiles, creating a beachside-boho feel.
This space uses repeated patterns and textures in an intriguing way that works perfectly, with the addition the gorgeous Mizu Stream tapware throughout the room in a sleek brushed nickel finish that adds depth to the space.
Effervescent in its style and functional in its design, this main bathroom not only has a huge double vanity, double basins, and twin LED mirrors, but it also includes a bench in the shower - great for showering kids or useful in later years.
Planning for what works now and in the future is a must to give your space longevity, but never be afraid to show your individual style in design.