When you first lay eyes on this property, you know you’re in an area full of charm. The Client wanted a modern yet timeless renovation that would still be in keeping with the era of the Queenslander. With the same architraves as the rest of the property, the crispness of the white paintwork and the simple cabinetry with the shaker style profile we were able to keep the “feel”, and by bringing in more modern colour such as grey and the frameless shower panels and mirrors, it was easy to see that this combination was an absolute master stroke. Being quite a large main bathroom and by doing a simple layout shuffle, it was able to accommodate a luxurious and large free standing bath tub. The shower was another large area, enclosed by a frameless glass shower screen mounted to the stone waterfall of the vanity. The cabinetry in both the main bathroom and powder room were both a simple white, with white stone benchtops and completed with shaker style profile to the fronts. The subtleties of this renovation was adhered too, but that modern flair just completed it.
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