The dark ceiling was inspired by a project on *The Block*. “It gives the bathroom a cosy feel, with a little bit of drama,” Marilla says. **Basin** and **tapware** from [Swan Street Sales](http://www.swanstreet.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank"). Wall **tiles** from [Moorabbin Tile](http://www.moorabbintile.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank").
This bathroom is the perfect mixture of black and white to create a modern monochrome bathroom space. I love the floor tiles and the metro wall tiles. The addition of the large plant softens the space with greenery.
Trawling the internet for bathroom materials unearthed some real gems, including the antique Spanish floor tiles ([eBay](http://www.ebay.com.au/|target="_blank")) and metal baskets ([Etsy](http://www.etsy.com/au/|target="_blank")). The original owner’s old workbench was up-cycled into a beautiful bathroom vanity complete with white basin sourced at a salvage yard, as were the wall tiles.
Our new bathroom renovation! Kalafrana Ceramics patterned encaustic replica glazed tiles and the Early Industry satin white and charcoal subway tiles. Timberline vanity with recycled blackbutt top and mirror.