Jai Leal from C.P. Hart selected products that display the clean-cut yet timeless aesthetic the client wished to achieve. Once the space was opened up by knocking through a partition wall, the layout of the bathroom was reconfigured to accommodate the chosen fittings. The Stone One freestanding bath was placed in front of a mother-of-pearl mosaic wall, which provides a stunning focal point in the room. A mirrored recess shelf behind the bath offers useful yet stylish storage space. The glossy finish of the Monolite vanity unit by Artelinea presents an appealing contrast with the matte texture of the bath, washbowl and wall-mounted WC – its earthy tone also brings a warmth to the bathroom, tying in seamlessly with the rest of the decor. The Wet Dec shower tray and bespoke, frameless enclosure gives the illusion of more space, despite being a large feature, continuing the theme set by primarily wall-mounted products and discreet, recessed shelves. Gentle brassware by Dornbracht completes the look.
Jai, Andrew Sepiak from Alpha Construction – who installed the bathroom – and the client worked closely together to achieve the perfect balance between classic and modern living. The elegant space filled with minimal yet stylish products provides a peaceful sanctuary in which the owners can retreat and unwind.
The client commented, "We initially met with Jai at the showroom and were impressed with his knowledge, professionalism and customer service. Our designer, Rebecca, was creative, attentive and great to work with and she came up with an environment that is everything I wanted it to be. Calm, luxurious and inviting. Our contractors, Alpha Contractors, recommended by C.P. Hart were first-rate. Hard working, a great eye for detail and very considerate when working in a family home. We’re delighted with the end result. Thank you to the team at C.P. Hart."