Even though this master ensuite is only 8'-6" wide it looks much larger. The walls dividing the bedroom and this master ensuite were very carefully located for the design to suit all three functions; bath wardrobe & bedroom. Symmetry and balance were a result of putting the function first.
The ‘block’ of the main wardrobe created the ideal wall for the headboard
The centre of that wardrobe became the centre of the ensuite entry with symmetrical wardrobes on either side
The centre of the ensuite door placed the position for the centre of the vanity.
The vanity was designed into a ‘niche’ that was partially created by the house architecture. The left side was added and created the shower bench.
The shower stall and water closet are built from frosted glass and features a continuous niche and mosaic tiles.
The mosaic tiles were repeated in a floor pattern around the freestanding tub and as a textured accent wall behind the vanity.
The subtle taupe found in the marble tiles was used for the cabinet colours. The crisp white of the fixtures and counters is a nice compliment to the taupe. Well-placed accessories and lighting complete this clean design.