A family bathoom makeover that is functional and stylish.
Welcome to my home! In this three-part video series, I share the renovation of our 1910 limestone house. You can see the makeover of our laundry room in episode one here.
When we were prioritising our renovations, the family bathroom was number one on the list, because it’s the space our boys and our guests use, and it was falling apart.
I didn’t know what I wanted in this space, other than I had seen some panelling that I liked. I think I had to head into the Beaumont Tiles Studio, with our project manager, Marie, from The Stylist Loves, to get some inspiration for this space.
It was in the showroom that the vision started to come to life. We spotted the freestanding bath and the incredible slab tiles – they’re impossible to miss!
I wanted this space to be functional and easy to clean, knowing that my three boys would be using it, but I also wanted it to be elevated for our guests.
There was a little bit of expense associated with bringing this space to life. We knocked out a wall to create more room and we also had to re-frame to accommodate the panelling. The joys of working with hundred-year-old bones!
The slab tiles in Antique Gold Calacatta make this bathroom. They frame the wet room and are grand and elegant. I love them because they are so incredibly easy to clean thanks to their large format and minimal grout lines.
Marie took the grey tones that run through the slab tiles and selected the grey floor tiles from Beaumont Tiles to anchor the look.
Initially, we had planned the design to conceal the toliet, but in the end, this was not possible to we selected the Renee Rimless Toilet for its minimal style.
This room started with the freestanding bath and slab tiles, and thanks to Beaumont Tiles, Marie and the many trades who worked on the space, became a functional and stylish family bathroom.