One With Nature

Living in WA you will often being doing work in bush land whether is in the rolling hills of Roleystone or the flat lands of Byford. So its important to create bathrooms that match the area your working in. Charlie in Karragullen had his property in deep bush sitting on a 1940’s timber frame home with a train carriage set up in the middle. White and Black would be a no go here natural tones were crucial. Sandstone and browns are used to really compliment the earth around this home with the best image is when you see those beautiful forest colors with the sandstone walls and really ties everything together.

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Layout – The 1940’s Timber frame home was made out of asbestos that needed to be professionally removed before we began. Never remove fibrous material without making sure. Being a timber frame home you have to cruel under the house which can be uncomfortable but necessary. When re-sheeting the walls with cement fiber sheet we built a shower box which works as a feature and a shelf. You can only really create these features with new homes or rooms where you are building a new wall. We set up a wall to wall open shower with a strip drain . The Jarrah vanity was moved to outside the room to create space. We install three individual heated towel rails that needed to be hardwired separately but created a really intense look

Completion Time – 7 Working Days

Items – The items I have included are a

Vanity – 1200mm Sealed Jarrah– Top Mounted Glass Bowl Two Cupboards and A Draw

Shower – Frameless Fixed Panel Mirage Screens

Mixer – Evillio Round Taps

Shower Head –  Decor Round Fixed

Towel Rails – Heated Trex Round Bar Heated Towel Rails 900mm

Tiles –Wall – Sandstone Deep 300mm x 600mm Rectified and 300mm x 300mm Anthracite Gem

Toilet – Rubio Round BTW

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