"Darlene arranged for our Sri Lankan fish print to be framed with the result being 200% nicer than we expected. Despite it being hotel-sized, often simple is the best! Truly a bath escape!"

- John & Monique


Funky Fresh

A tiny bathroom, some key features added space including a clear glass vanity and a corner toilet which allowed for a chrome shelving unit under a now glass-block window, and ample space for bathers to dry off.

Tropical Paradise

This bath design was centred around a wonderful large mural of fish that this couple brought back from their travels. The bath, with its natural wood setting and plain wood art pieces, came to life with this fantastic hit of colour.

Primped Powder Room

This powder room felt very choppy and overcrowded with dark burgundy fixtures and beadboard. Simple white fixtures and a more classic colour scheme make this room much more inviting.

Two Can Tango

A set of trendy vessel-sink vanities make this master ensuite look much more accommodating and up-to-date than the single pedastal. A piece of clear tempered glass floats between the two sinks to keep the feeling of 2 separate pieces yet allow for useful counter space.

Pocket Change

This was another small bath that needed visual enlarging. A more narrow, but useful storage vanity was used along with large simple tile from floor to ceiling and a cool soft blue wall colour. A pocket door was key in freeing up precious standing room which was otherwise crowded by a swing door.
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