Karaka Showhome

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  • Client: David Reid  
  • Date: Summer 2017/18  
  • Project: Interior Glazing

The showhome in Karaka featured contrasting bathroom styles and lighting techniques. The screens and black channel were consistent throughout, but the different tiling and lighting set the tone for the bathroom.

A unique design feature that set the upstairs ensuite apart is the incorporation of a shaped screen. Both practical and stylish. Made possible by making templates and cutting the glass to size before toughening.

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Karaka Showhome

  • Client: David Reid  
  • Date: Summer 2017/18  
  • Project: Interior Glazing

The showhome in Karaka featured contrasting bathroom styles and lighting techniques. The screens and black channel were consistent throughout, but the different tiling and lighting set the tone for the bathroom.

A unique design feature that set the upstairs ensuite apart is the incorporation of a shaped screen. Both practical and stylish. Made possible by making templates and cutting the glass to size before toughening.

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Enquire about the process / fees
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Karaka Showhome

  • Client: David Reid  
  • Date: Summer 2017/18  
  • Project: Interior Glazing

The showhome in Karaka featured contrasting bathroom styles and lighting techniques. The screens and black channel were consistent throughout, but the different tiling and lighting set the tone for the bathroom.

A unique design feature that set the upstairs ensuite apart is the incorporation of a shaped screen. Both practical and stylish. Made possible by making templates and cutting the glass to size before toughening.

Visit professional's website
Enquire about the process / fees
Contact details

Professionals used on this project

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