Before and After: Ensuite

The room that started it all... born from the frustration of a 5 bedroom / 1 bathroom scenario, the idea was to 'squeeze in' a second loo. So we've pinched some wasted space from a nook in our hallway to add to the existing loo to create our little ensuite. To the right of the l'il vanity unit is a delicious shower with rain shower head, and to the left is the new loo - exactly where the old one used to be, with the window above (stay tuned for where the extra one is going). The ensuite is accessed from the main bedroom via my study/'parents retreat'.

Below, before:
Below, The inspiration board:
Inclusions:
Gloss white wall tile 100 x 300mm
Matt white hexagon mosaic floor tiles
Lillangen vanity, and mirror cabinet (Ikea)
Normandy Tapware
Monda towel rail
Marbletrend toilet suite
Cavity sliding door with privacy lock

Small, lovely, modest and a little bit fun.

Comments

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