Sometimes having an idea of how a space looked before it was renovated can give a completely different understanding of the current space.
Each of the images below contains a “before” and “after” comparison of various projects we have completed.
The owner wanted a new bathroom for her children. She wanted a space that they would feel comfortable in but that at the same time they won’t outgrow. The bathroom is right in the middle of the house so we decided to give it a treatment that would make it feel more like a living room than a bathroom.
Inspired by North African and Mediterranean styles we incorporated the existing courtyard into the space. We replaced the window with custom made steel framed doors and placed the freestanding bath facing the courtyard, perfect for luxuriating. An antique vanity adapted for a basin and mixer adds character and warmth to the room.
We transformed this storage room into a cosy space to rent out on Airbnb. Which was once a dumping ground turned into a peaceful little haven for guests and visiting family!
The brown tongue-and-groove ceiling was removed and replaced by a suspended ceiling with an LED strip going around it. White high gloss cupboards, a glass splashback and a white granite top provide ample storage and work space in the kitchenette. We closed up the existing door with a window and replaced the existing window with french doors that open up onto the courtyard. The bathroom got a new shower, a glass door instead of a curtain, oversized tiles, a wall hung toilet with a Geberit cistern. The bathroom door is a space saving sliding glass door.