Bilgola House contemporary-bathroom
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Bilgola House Contemporary Bathroom, Sydney

Tim Mooney
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http://www.annabellechapmanarchitect.com.au
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface benchtops, a drop-in tub, a shower/bathtub combo, beige tile, white walls and pebble tile floors. — Houzz

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Jack Opeca wrote:
basin
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harlan55

You'll find basins like that at bathroomdecor in west australia

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westie28 wrote:
Love the benchtop - could you tell me what it is?
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Annabelle Chapman Architect Pty Ltd
The vanity top is slate from Onsite Supply & Design
www.onsitesd.com.au
17 Roylston Street
Paddington NSW
(02) 9360 3666
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J wrote:
Bath - Hi, nice bathroom. Can you please tell me the bath brand? Thanks
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harlan55

If you live in Western Australia Bathroom Warehouse has a massive amount of freestanding baths ,with many different styles and sizes . You'll defiantly find one to suit.

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malsolitt wrote:
MirroR? - Hi! Where did you find the mirror? It is also a medicine cabinet? Thanks ! M
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Annabelle Chapman Architect Pty Ltd
The mirror also doubles as a medicine cabinet, it is a custom piece.
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