Splashing Out

We have forayed into the realms of the bathroom world to bring you three incredible designs that will provide you with lots of inspiration

Curve Appeal

Faye Nielsen, The Nielsen Collection

The main focus of this renovation by Texas based company, The Nielsen Collection, was to replace an existing elevated bath with a walk-in steam shower. Key to the design was incorporating the large window behind the bath. By transposing the placement of the water closet with the original shower enclosure, designer Faye Nielsen was able to expand the shower and create a clean line for the cabinetry. There is plenty of storage; a cupboard behind the bath was redesigned with custom shelving, pull downs and, at the client’s request, a built-in ironing board. The striking curved steam shower softens the space and creates a focal point. The front wall of the steam shower is finished in grey glass tiles, and a custom fit curved glass enclosure was created for it. The his and hers custom vanities, by Porcelanosa in a light grey lacquered finish, are complemented with linen-look laminate storage cabinets. Quartz counter tops and porcelain sinks are topped with Graff wall mounted fittings.  There is a lift-mirror medicine cabinet by Roburn flanked by Sonneman tubular LED lights. 

The Nielsen Collection
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