Bedroom Wardrobe Woodgrained Laminates

BATHROOM

The utilitarian space was given a facelift with new floor and wall tiles as well as sleek new fixtures. Unique additions here are the wall hooks and toilet roll holder that appear like industrial pipes.

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Bedroom wardrobe Woodgrained laminates

MASTER BEDROOM A refreshing shade of blue was painted onto one of the walls in the master bedroom to complement the canvas- backed headboard. Other subtle industrial and retro elements were included here as well, such as exposed electrical trunking and a retro-styled “man and woman” sign on the bathroom door.
Bedroom Wardrobe Woodgrained Laminates

MASTER BEDROOM WARDROBE

Another new addition in the master bedroom is the built-in wardrobe dressed in woodgrained laminates laid out in a herringbone design.

The bathrooms also underwent an update. Existing floor and wall tiles were hacked away and replaced with matte-textured homogeneous tiles, while matte-black bathroom fixtures were installed for a sleek look. An interesting industrial-style element added to the master en suite are wall hooks and a toilet paper holder made to look like industrial pipes. These subtly complete the industrial concept of the bathroom without going overboard with the theme.

Exuding a calm and restful vibe is the master bedroom, which was updated with some solid wood furniture and a built-in wardrobe dressed in natural woodgrained laminates laid out in a herringbone pattern. A bright cornflower blue boldly covers the wall where the bed is positioned to inject a punchy dose of colour into an otherwise muted space. Eddie explains that the colour was intended to provide a contrasting background to showcase the old-school canvas-backed headboard of the bed. To tie in the industrial motif found elsewhere in the home, industrial-style lighting and exposed electrical trunking were again included in the boudoir.

Bedroom Wardrobe Woodgrained Laminates

SMART TWEAKS

Wall partially taken down and replaced with wire mesh jlass panes to allow more light into the hobby

A short wall built between the living and dining rooms to demarcate two zones.

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