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IT’S THE LITTLE
THINGS THAT MAKE
Tiles have been the leading choice for bathroom
interiors for centuries, and rightfully so. Not
only do they have the hardiness to withstand the
elements, they also make the bathroom a striking
feature in the home. Small mosaic tiles are great
for feature walls, used either to match the
bathroom’s colour palette or to stand out as
a pattern or mural. They break up larger floor
and wall tiles, and look amazing as a backdrop for
the shower, bathtub or vanities. This bathroom
features Sicis Blend Amazonas glass mosaics and
Roman travertine from Myaree Ceramics.
Myaree Ceramics (08) 9330 3611,
Blurring inside with out has almost become a requirement for Australian architects, who attempt to reflect our travelling lifestyle. More and
more designs are taking cues from holiday resorts and villas, which encompass pools and spas in the vicinity of private quarters and living spaces.
This home oozes resort style, thanks to a large, recessed-frame window that appears to make the main ensuite part of the exterior courtyard
and spa. Homogenous floor and wall tiles visually tie the spaces together to read as one element.
Craig Steere Architects (08) 9380 4662, www.craigsteerearchitects.com.au.
Photography Sarah Landro
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