The bathroom and toilet of this Rotterdam house from 2003 were fully ripped out. Not only did they look outdated, but the owners also missed an extra sink and a bidet, along with more storage space.
Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Photography by Anna Giulia Gregori
Interior design by Stefania Rastellino
We opened up the floor space by changing the layout; relocating the toilet alone made the room immediately feel more spacious. Also the wall-hung sanitary fittings and furniture, the evenly spread lighting and the quiet and warm tile selection together create the feeling of space. The result is a fresh and modern bathroom with a wellness feel. The marble-look tiles add charm and a more luxurious style to the bathroom, just like the custom made furniture: the white wall-hung cabinet with integrated light and the folding door in front of the washing machine are tailor-made to utilise the space efficiently.
The same materials of the bathroom were used to remodel the separate toilet room on the ground floor. The oak wooden shelves were custom-made. The long shelf offers space for soap, phone and other objects, visually supports the little sink and makes the room look wider. The mirror is a long piece that seems to roll down from the ceiling, a quirky twist of the design. The central light point on the ceiling has been moved to the wall, and the wall lamp has a golden inner coating that provides the room with a warm and soft light.