Batesford HomesteadContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
Large master bathroom with easy to maintain concrete floors, no cabinets to avoid clutter and large freestanding bathtub. Large frosted windows for privacy but allow lots of light also. Entire bathroom is tiled from floor to ceiling including window reveals.
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Good to know: Polished concrete is a great choice for the bathroom. In this room, the exposed aggregate adds visual interest but also (crucially) conceals dirt. Plus, there are no grout lines to worry about. However when using concrete flooring in wet areas (bathrooms, laundries and kitchens), it’s important to be mindful of slip resistance requirements. In these rooms opt for a matt, honed finish, and seal with a product designed to increase slip resistance. Know your flooring: concrete
On the floorIf you have polished concrete floors in much of the rest of your house, extending the same material into your bathroom can make for a seamless effect. Concrete floors are easy to clean and, when there are no cabinets sitting on the floor as in this bathroom, running a mop over it is a breeze.