When Juliet first came to us, she was unsure how much of her beach front residence she wanted to refurbish. Initially, it was just the open plan kitchen and living space. But, as we explored the options and discussed the budgets it became clear that the time was right for a full refurb. That meant transforming the bedroom and, subsequently, the bathroom. 

As with many beach front apartments, architects look to cram in as much functionality to each room as possible. Juliet’s flat was no exception. The bedroom was a good size but the corner en-suite made a serious impact on the available space. Whilst the main bathroom was small and dominated by a bath tub that took up too much space.

After considerable consideration, the bold decision was made to remove the bedroom en-suite completely. The original bathroom was then turned into a luxury shower room. Maximising the space whilst maintaining as much functionality as possible.

The result is an outstanding space, full of light and contrast. The marble effect tiles complement the black accents and patterned floor. The multi faceted hex tiles ad style to the shower and wall niche panel. The bespoke shelving and ribbed vanity add a touch of individuality that Juliet loves.