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In a Spa-Worthy Bathroom, Frosted Glass Steals the Show

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Post Architecture and Analogue Design Studio create a harmonious retreat in an East End home

Perfect for an indulgent soak, a free-standing tub is the centre of attention in this luxurious 18.5-square-metre space by Post Architecture and Analogue Design Studio. The dramatic backdrop of a gently frosted two-metre-tall window bathes the room in milky light and provides protection from curious eyes, with just a sliver of glass kept clear for contemplative views of the clouds passing by.

A walnut vanity by Laneway Millwork runs the length of the room. Porcelain flooring from Stone Tile; freestanding soaker from Tubs.

A rinse in the three-square-metre walk-in shower finished in large Dolomite stone-tile is nothing short of spa-worthy, and its generously sized shelf, recessed and lit from within, provides plenty of space for all scrub-a-dub-related tools. A wall-to-wall mirror and a 4.6-metre-long floating double-sink vanity, in walnut and quartz, exaggerates the depth of this roomy retreat, adding a touch of warmth in sync with wood finishes used throughout the home while neatly concealing all accessories to restroom rituals.

A recessed LED-lit shelf in the shower pops against the slabs of Dolomite (also from Stone Tile) that clad the walls.

Originally published in Best New Homes & Condos 2019 as Post Architecture & Analogue Design Studio. Also featured in 7 Modern Bathroom Designs Chock-Full of Inspiring Takeaways.  

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