The clients for whom our partner Laura Calleeuw designed this project, wanted the hull bathroom to be finished after the engineering phase. Calleeuw was able to fulfil the clients' wishes while adding a personal touch to the design.
The project was named Marble Tones because of the use of natural materials, such as the lime-based painting technique and the incorporation of soft tones with accentuated marble. In addition, the painting technique on the cabinetry of the washbasin cabinetry creates a natural texture, and of course marble was also used. A challenge for this project were the mirror cabinets. These have not been designed classically, as the mirror fronts are flush with the newly installed front wall. This creates a golden mean between practical ease of use, thanks to the storage space behind the mirrors, and aesthetics.
Soft tones and warm, durable, and seamless materials were used.
The design is for a young couple and is finished in the typical Laura Calleeuw style. Soft tones and warm, durable, and seamless materials were used. The marble gives a young and spirited twist, yet the whole remains timeless. The concept is one of clean lines, so homemade counter tops were chosen that are aligned with the base cabinets and the mirrors. The custom-made elements, such as the bathtub surround and the washbasin, are also nicely aligned between the walls. This ensures that the whole radiates tranquillity, you don't bump into any corners, and everything is nicely incorporated. In this project, Calleeuw worked together with Saniture, Vroman Decoratie, West-Vlaams Tegelhuis, Schrijnwerken Maes, Elektriciteit by Desmedt and Lightpoint. Calleeuw knows how to create the right atmosphere time and time again, in accordance with her own design language and the wishes of the client. We are already looking forward to her next project! Photography by Bert Demasure