A main bathroom and restroom requiring a major facelift after discovering water damage within the
structural integrity of the dwelling.
The brief was to create a soft and feminine concept to compliment brushed champagne tapware
By repositioning the shower where the restroom was and incorporating a basin into the powder
room within the unused space of the hallway, this helped to achieve a generously sized bathroom.
The design inherits a larger back to wall corner bath, shower and vanity with an abundance of
storage serviced by an in-built shaving cabinet and niches above the bath and within the shower.
Subtle embossed wall tiles showcasing a tropical foliage pattern wraps around all walls of the
bathroom like wallpaper. A complimentary floor tile links both bathroom and powder room spaces
together. Blush pink and white penny round mosaics line the back wall of the niches to create
interest and texture.
All fittings and fixtures were carefully considered to ensure all elements were accommodated for.
A tranquil and neutral colour palette to feel completely relaxed in and enjoy for many years to come.
"Working with Chelsea on my bathroom and powder room was the best investment in my renovation.
Chelsea helped to bring my ideas to life and guide me when I felt lost and overwhelmed. Chelsea
never took charge and created what she wanted, she helped take an unrefined vision and refined it
to everything I hoped it could be. Chelsea was readily available and most of all reduced the stress of
what is a really stressful process. Thanks Chelsea."
A.M - KORUMBURRA