Stockton transformation MAKING A SPLASH: Sherree Doodson chose ‘Terrazzo’ handmade encaustic tiles with mother of pearl for the kitchen splashback.
NEW LOOK: Large vintage concrete tiles were used on the walls and ceilings of the bathrooms to give them a unique appearance.
The home in Roxburgh Street, Stockton has had a full makeover inside.
Greys were used throughout the home with whites to highlight the ornate ceilings.
Vintage concrete tiles, all individual in nature, provided a fresh look to the home’s bathrooms.
Different shades of grey were complemented with white ceilings and picture rails.
This Stockton home got a fresh new look throughout.
TweetFacebookIt’s nice to keep your cabinetry really simple and if you want any feature your splashback is what you do.
They used large tiles on the walls and floors, “450 square” in size.
“It’s quite an unusual size to use in a bathroom but it really suited this house,” Sherree said.
“The effect of using that size is it opens your bathroom up, it makes it appear a lot larger than your traditional 300 x 300 or 300 by 600.”
She suggested when looking to do a bathroom renovation“functionality –the layout of the bathroom” should be considered.
Feature tiles were also used in the kitchen.
“The kitchenwas very simple but I prettied it up with some Terrazzo, handmade encaustictiles on the splash,” she said.
“It’s areally old-fashioned style of tilethat they used to use on the floor,but it’s really amazing.
“They’ve got mother of pearl throughout, so under lights it’s really pretty.
“It’s nice to keep your cabinetry really simple and if you want any feature yoursplashback is what you do.”
The four-bedroom home is on the market with a price guide of $1.1 million to $1.2 million and is scheduled for auction on February 17.