Apartment Karamanof in Gardens, has the most spectacular view from the bathroom window.

We had previously done a bathroom renovation in the same block and on the same floor, so met our client during this period. She herself is a great graphic designer. She had a very good idea on what she wanted but needed our help to put the design together and do the building work as a turnkey solution.

The starting point for the look and feel were the geometric terracotta cement look tiles that create a minimal stylized floral motif and we combined this with a simple flat classic metro tile.

We also used classical design elements of black and white finishes and added contrast with a black composite stone ledge that runs almost along the full length of the bathroom, thereby making the space look larger. The white element is introduced  with the white stone composite vanity top. The ledge for the built in Geberit cistern becomes a shower shelf for storage of various products.

The warmth of the floor tile was picked up in the oak veneer finish of the wall hung vanity. The Catalano basin combined with the Hansgrohe tap is complemented with the wall hung toilet by Jica.

The black accessories, black shower glass hardware and the Flash shower stool by Danish designer Frost from Still Bathrooms  works so well with the light pink painted walls and give Apartment Karamanof’s bathroom a personality of its own. This for us, is a crucial part of a successful project.

So pleased to share the below thank you email from our client:

Thanks to Lisa and her team my old and tired bathroom was renovated into this delightful, dreamy space where I still marvel every day at the transformation. Lisa turned our ideas into reality and thanks to son Leo who suggested the pink – it all just works!