Birdblack Design was engaged by Dapto Leagues Club to revamp the male bathroom with a much-needed facelift! Seacliff Constructions put our beautiful design into place. They were wonderfully meticulous with their attention to detail, and the proof is in the project photos.

The Leagues Club had recently been renovated and radiated luxury; our brief was to create a much more efficient, hygienic space that exuded this same luxurious opulence.

The original bathroom had two single urinals, a toilet cubicle and a double basin. We understood the necessity for cohesion throughout the entire club: this space deserved special attention to complement the surrounding elegant venue. Navy glass mosaic tiles bring the room to life, embedding that glitz and glamour feel into the room with a reflective kaleidoscope effect. The space is complemented with an olive-grey subway wall tile and large format Italian porcelain floor tiles. The black grout against the subway tiles creates a striking contrast.

Additional warm tones have been incorporated into the space by carefully selecting bronze highlight pieces. Seductive bronze framed mirrors sit above two feature pedestal basins.While large bronze wall mounted pendant lights protrude along the length of the space, the lights emit warm light downwards, contrasting the cold steel of the wall-to-wall length urinal.

A huge new ventilation system was installed, three times the size of the last, creating a space much more easy to breathe in.

Other fittings and fixtures have been selected in complementary matte black finishes, designed to disappear into the charcoal tiles behind. Each fitting has been selected with the intention of absolute luxury whilst still creating as hygienic a space as possible. Wall mounted no-touch sensor basin spouts have been specified along with a dark automatic sensor Electric Jet Towel hand dryer.

A charcoal, textured laminate has been specified for the toilet partition to maintain that sense of luxury throughout the space. With the entry space being finished off with a beautiful featured timber benchtop, this bathroom now radiates warm opulence as a space both impacting and functional.

Interior Design: Birdblack Design
Joinery: Marlix Bespoke Furniture and Joinery
Build: Seacliff Constructions
Photography: Hannah Ladic Photography