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Barker Contemporary Bathroom, Sydney

Luke Butterly
Contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with a freestanding tub, a double shower, white tile and white walls. — Houzz

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tanyastacey wrote:
Floor tiles - Agree with Susan, adore the floor tiles, can you provide the details and stockist please? Thanks, Tanya.
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Pearlybeach, I have been told you just have to seal them once a year. That's not too hard as tile and grout sealer can come in s spray can. I haven't purchased them yet so can't advise any further.

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thank you.

Susan Pesic Manassa wrote:
I like the floor tiles, where can I get them from please??
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Look like an encaustic tile called Casablanca tile from Alexandria Tiles

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gwenkay wrote:
Area of bath and shower area - What is the width and depth of the bath and shower area behind glass screen ? Also what size is the bath

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Adam Hobill : Design added this to 6 Big Decisions to Make When Building or Renovating
2. The size of your homeThe size of your home is likely to have the biggest impact on the cost to build. I want to encourage you to really think about how big your home needs to be to suit your family. We all want to create the best possible lifestyle and quality of life for our family, but somewhere along the way we have convinced ourselves that bigger is better and that ‘keeping up with the Joneses’ and resale is more important than focusing on our individual and specific needs.Building and renovating is a big financial commitment and I believe you should be thinking very carefully about what it is about a home that is important to you and your family, not to your neighbour or a future buyer; especially if it means that your home will be essentially the same as 90 per cent of the homes in your street.
Melanie Gardener added this to 14 Twin Showers to Double Your Fun
1. Artful anglesAn interesting roofline creates the perfect backdrop for a twin-shower bathroom. With an egg-shaped bath placed at one end of the room, the roof’s pitch becomes the feature of the bathroom, from which dual rain showerheads hang invitingly. The addition of the double doors at the entrance to the wet zone adds an extra touch of luxury to the bathing experience.
Louise O'Bryan added this to Moorish Bathroom Tiles Take the Floor
Team with neutralsA successful decorating technique when choosing such highly patterned tiles is to stick to a low-key, neutral scheme in the rest of the room, so it doesn’t clash with the decorative flooring. Teaming high-spec, contemporary bathroom fittings with these period-style tiles will create a unique look that’s packed with confidence and character.
Joanna Tovia added this to Top 5 Emerging Trends for Bathroom Tiles
3. PatternPatterned tiles are starting to reign supreme, as we witness bathrooms being draped in interesting decorative patterns and motifs on floors and walls. Dare to do the same in your bathroom and you’ll add a serious dose of style and personality to the space.
Joanna Tovia added this to Which Bath is Better: Freestanding or Built-In?
But on the other hand: “If you have a large bathroom a freestanding bath can add more interest while creating a sculptural feature in your bathroom,” says Cole.
Joanna Tovia added this to Spotted! Cool, Calm Concrete in the Bathroom
Encaustic cement tiles add character and warmth to a bathroom because of their texture – visually and beneath the feet – and pattern. Tip: Encaustic tiles need to be resealed about once a year, but porcelain encaustic-look tiles are now available that have the same artisan style and feel, without the need for maintenance.See more statement tiles in bathrooms
Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: Bathrooms Around the World
8. Location: Sydney, NSWWhy we love it: With a bright white backdrop, lashings of natural light, and luxurious touches such as twin showerheads and double glass doors, just looking at this bathroom makes us feel refreshed.

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Susan Miller added this to Master Bath
floor on the diagonal looks like nice contrast to the horizontal subway in the shower. I like the pattern and colors of this floor.
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