700 haus TrenthamScandinavian Bathroom, Melbourne

Mid-sized scandinavian master bathroom in Melbourne with a console sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, engineered quartz benchtops, gray tile, stone tile, grey walls and concrete floors. —  Houzz
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Katya wrote:16 Nov. 2017
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    Glow Design Group

    Glad to have been of assistance. It is fortunate that the entry of this room is central. The shower is to the left of shot, and the toilet to the right. I means that you do not have to walk through the whole bathroom. All the best with your bathroom!



  • Katya
    Fortunately for me, our entrance is central too! Thanks for the tip Absolutely love what you have done in this bathroom. A true master ensuite!
Rach O wrote:26 May 2015
Iggs wrote:22 Dec. 2016
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    Glow Design Group
    Hi Iggs,

    The floor is similar to the wall tiles-re use tiles.

    Cheers
Erin Donnelly wrote:27 Aug. 2016
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    Glow Design Group
    Hi Erin-It is 900mm from fixed floor level to top of bench. They are a tall couple, so slightly higher than the usual 850-875mm. It fitted in well with the tiles at this height also.
Sonya Slater wrote:1 Apr. 2016
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    Glow Design Group
    Thanks for asking Sonya. The timber throughout the house is Blackbutt native to the region. It is one of four species which is fire resistant, so could also be used for the decks. The idea was to use local timbers, and the added benefit was the fire resistance which is important in the area and for the design due to bushfire regulations.
jyfriedman wrote:1 Sep. 2015
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    Glow Design Group

    Hi Jy Friedman. Sorry about the delay in getting back to you with an answer. Yes custom made to elevation drawings provided as part of our construction documentation.

sll113 wrote:20 Apr. 2015
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    Glow Design Group

    De Lorenzo 'Re Use tiles'. Beautiful, crisp and look great. 1200mm long.


What Houzz contributors are saying:

simplyorganised
The Art of Decluttering added this to End Morning Madness! 4 Steps to Organised Bathroom Storage30 Dec 2017

1. Empty outFirst, grab a rubbish bag for anything that needs to go directly into the bin. Ensure some wipes are nearby to clean the cupboards and drawers down once everything is out. Then create space on the floor or benchtop where you can sort things. I usually use the floor, as you can empty every single item out of the bathroom cupboards, drawers, shelves and off the vanity top and lay them out so you can see what you have.Mini Makeovers: 9 Compact Bathroom Renovations

louiselakier
Louise Lakier added this to Houzz Tour: A Shed-Style Home Frames Views of the Trentham Plains15 Aug 2016

The biggest surprise from the design was the popularity of the bathroom – it has been a valuable resource for design inspiration on Houzz and has been added to thousands of Ideabooks.In the bathroom, natural light is provided from a skylight for good lighting for make-up application. The upper mirrors hide additional power points for shavers and hairdryers. Light is also borrowed from the exterior via a stud wall opening aligned with external windows.

kerrynj
Kerryn Ramsey added this to 10 Retro Ideas Reworked for Modern Living: The Bathroom3 Dec 2015

2. Clever cabinetsOnce referred to as a medicine cabinet, a wall-mounted storage unit with a mirror front is now deeper, wider and often extends all the way to the ceiling. After all, moisturisers and scrubs aren’t just for women these days, so a lot more storage is required! Back then, a finger pull or a knob was required, but now handleless doors provide a sleek, streamlined look.

bagnatoarchitects
Bagnato Architecture & Interiors added this to Built-In Joinery Takes Homes to the Next Level22 May 2015

The bathroomI remember days gone by when storage in a bathroom consisted of what was termed a ‘medicine cabinet’ above the single sink, housing medicine, toothpaste, brushes and small personal hygiene items – that is all. Haven’t we come a long way, as can be seen in this bathroom design by the Glow Design Group. Built-in joinery in the bathroom is now as sophisticated as that seen in a kitchen. Mirrored doors to overhead cupboards allow you to not only store items but also have that strategically placed mirror for personal grooming. Vanity units are raised off the ground to give the illusion that they are floating and, where space allows, multiple basins are provided. No single piece of removable furniture can replace the sophistication of clever design solutions such as this custom-made joinery for your particular needs.

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carolyn_temertzoglou
Carolyn Temertzoglou added this to Carolyn's ideas22 Aug 2019

Mirror and Shelving in main upstairs bathroom

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