Inspiration - Tiny Bathroom With Mondrian-Inspired Pattern

Melbourne

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This tiny bathroom is just two meters squared and is the main bathroom of the Sproule house. The design originally wasn’t Mondrian-inspired but based on the windows in the main dining area as seen below.

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It was only after the tiling was completed that Andrew Maynard from Andrew Maynard Architects made the connection. “It was defiantly a sub-conscious borrowing rather than a direct reference” Andrew said. Either way, the bold pattern makes the bathroom seem a lot more spacious than it really is and we really enjoy how it contrasts with the claw footed bath [although we would have loved to have seen some yellow]. To see more of the Sproule house visit Andrew Maynard Architects website here.




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