Annandale WarehouseIndustrial Bathroom, Sydney
Photography by SQ Projects
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One of the most common DIY plumbing fails is the connection of multiple flexible hoses for water connections. This typically is not legal. Secondly, if the hoses haven’t been tightened correctly, or have been cross-threaded, they will blow out and cause major water damage. When unlicensed plumbing work is identified, the damage to walls, floors and furniture is paid at the owner’s expense. Damage can be thousands of dollars and can usually be avoided in the first place by hiring a licensed plumber to do the work. Tip: Request a valid license and insurance certificates from a plumber or gas-fitter to ensure they are qualified and have the correct license to undertake the work.
12. Location: Annandale, NSWFeatures: Black tapware is a cohesive choice for a bathroom with black grout.
In the bathroomIf there’s one space where niches have really taken off in recent years, it is in the bathroom. Recessed shelving really comes into its own in the shower; it’s perfect for holding bottles and keeping everything neat and tidy. Niches are also great for general storage. The cute wooden alcoves in this Sydney warehouse conversion house designer hand soap, giving the already gorgeous room a designer edge.
Daily shower cleanersEither way, once the shower has been wiped down, finish the job with a quick misting of daily cleaner. The best part about daily maintenance: you won’t need to deep-clean the shower as often and the glass will stay sparkly.
Attached to the master bedroom is the ensuite, which features a French-limestone floor. The trusses of the original warehouse also feature in the design.