Beecroft House - SydneyContemporary Powder Room, Sydney

Photographer: Nicholas Watt

Photo of a contemporary powder room in Sydney with a vessel sink, white tile, subway tile and grey benchtops. —  Houzz
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christinedm57 wrote:7October,2014
  • nessie Saunders
    5 years ago
    I wonder where I could source this type of stone? Are you able to help?
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    D'Cruz Design Group Sydney Interior Designers
    5 years ago
    Thank you for your enquiry. This is a black honed granite that can be sourced through our design studio. We would require specific details on its application and sizes to assist you.

    The team at D'Cruz Design Group
Kim Hamilton wrote:20September,2019
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    D'Cruz Design Group Sydney Interior Designers
    last year

    Thank you for our enquiry. The round mirror is a cabinet and we were commissioned to produce this custom design that was built specifically for our client.

    D'Cruz Design Group

Chicherlina Chicherlina wrote:7October,2014
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    D'Cruz Design Group Sydney Interior Designers
    6 years ago
    This was a custom designed mirror that was manufactured specifically for this bathroom. Please contact us directly should you wish to pursue this item further.

    The team at D'Cruz Design Group

What Houzz contributors are saying:

The Plumbette added this to 4 Failsafe Ways to Prevent a Flood in Your Bathroom25 March 2018

But there is a way to prevent a flood like this occurring: by getting your plumber to install a Whisper Flood Stop Isolating Valve on all flexible hose connections. This stop tap can be installed on each water connection where a flexible hose has been attached, and will stop water flow the moment a flexible hose bursts. It’s a relatively new product, and is one that is usually only sourced after a flood has occurred. Alternatively, ask your plumber to install stop valves under the basins and sinks so that if the hoses burst, you can easily turn off the water inside, rather than running outside to the water meter. Tip: Ensure all flexible hoses are connected to a flood-stop valve.Browse more beautiful black-and-white bathrooms

Georgia Madden added this to Ensuite Planning Essentials: Part Two11 January 2018

What are my options for storage? If space is tight, would it be a good idea to mount the vanity on the wall so I can maximise floor space? Do I need to add in extra storage in the form of shelves, medicine cabinets or wall recesses? Should I have a vanity basin that is recessed into the cabinet, hung on the wall, or should I sit it on the bench and make a feature of it?

Bagnato Architecture & Interiors added this to Building to a Budget: How Tiles, Flooring and Paint Can Add Up29 May 2017

12. TapsTaps come in various finishes and can be mounted on a bench or wall. For practical rooms such as the laundry, where looks don’t really matter, keep costs down by choosing a standard tap design. Keep that stunning and costly tap for public areas, such as a guest bathroom.Tip: Price shouldn’t be the only consideration when you’re choosing a tap; also ask the supplier about the warranty period and the type of internal mechanism that makes the tap work.

Deirdre Avenell added this to Decorating 101: Know Your Tile Pattern12 December 2016

StackedProbably the simplest and most popular tile layout, stacked tiles do exactly what it says on the tin: stack up in a neat, gridded pattern. This unfussy approach makes them a go-to style for kitchen and bathroom walls, and for small splashback areas that need a clean edge.Straight-run tile styles that really stack up

Rebecca Gross added this to How Bespoke Furniture Can Solve Your Design Problems3 September 2016

4. Bathroom mirrorWhat was made: This circular mirror was designed specifically for this bathroom. Why it was needed: “The mirror had to be part of a larger design language that focused on a Japanese style, with its round shape relating to that of the stone basin beneath it,” says Andrea D’Cruz of D’Cruz Design Group.How it was achieved: The mirror itself is split down the middle with two doors opening to storage behind.Mirrors that are worth a second look

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lindenavery added this to House Plan Thinking12 June 2020

Choosing a single tile shape and colour for both walls and floors will give your bathroom a luxurious feel, plus it will reduce wastage and cost. Use the same tile in all the wet areas of your home and you may get a bulk discount, saving you even more.

Atelier Roc added this to Atelier's Ideas11 April 2020

Lovely stone basin to bring a touch of natural aesthetic to your bathroom.

Ruth Lee added this to bathrooms14 March 2020

With white handmade tile?....real nice

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