Brunswick East - Bathroom, En suite & Kitchen contemporary-bathroom
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Brunswick East - Bathroom, En suite & Kitchen Contemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

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http://www.giarenovations.com.au
This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, a freestanding tub, gray tile, white tile, a vessel sink, a wall-mount toilet, cement tile and engineered quartz benchtops. — Houzz

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angieandjamie wrote:
Love the Grey Tiles, could you please tell me where these are from?
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They can be purchased through our showroom.

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JE C wrote:
Love the room - interested in dimensions please - I love this room - would you mind sharing th edimensions? Thanks
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paramedbec wrote:
I love the basins and tapware - can you please tell me where to buy?
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Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 31 Breathtaking Bathrooms
13. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaWhy we love it: Chevron wall tiles and a round mirror that echoes the curves of the basin and egg-shaped tub. We’re sold.
Georgia Madden added this to Expert Know-How: 5 Smart Ways to Add Value to Your Bathroom Reno
Timeless, quality tap styles are always a winner. It’s important to seamlessly complement the style of your bathroom without being so on-trend that your new additions will date quickly. I recommend choosing a combination of both square and round fittings. You can also mix different styles and materials for your basin and shower and/or bath. In fact, mixing different looks in this way can add warmth to your bathroom. Just be sure the styles complement one other so you maintain a cohesive look. Room of the Week: Mixed Materials Shine Bright in This Ensuite
Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Keep My Bathroom Odour- and Mould-Free?
My toilet smells fine… where else could the funky odour be coming from? The water in your bathroom’s floor waste (the central drain on your bathroom floor where wastewater from the shower, hand basin and bath flow into) can evaporate, particularly in the warmer months or if you haven’t cleaned for a while. This means there is no separation or safety seal between the bathroom and the sewer. That nasty stench could be the sewer odours travelling up to your bathroom. To check there’s a seal in your floor waste, shine a torch down the drain. If there is water present, there’s a seal. If it’s dry, there is no seal. If it’s dry, pour a bucket of water down the drain until it fills up. Ventilate the room well, and this should clear up the stench.
Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 35 Great Ways With Pattern Around the World
31. Location: Brunswick East, VictoriaDesigner: GIA Bathrooms & KitchensFeatures: Concrete continues to appear in homes across the globe – add pattern and concrete gets even cooler.
Joanna Tovia added this to Top 30: Australia's Top Bathrooms of 2018
2. Location: Brunswick East, VictoriaDesigner: GIA Bathrooms & KitchensFeatures: Concrete tiles in herringbone formation – a trend with a twist.
Joanna Tovia added this to Your Say: NZ's 20 Favourite Bathrooms of 2018
3. Location: Brunswick East, VictoriaDesigner: GIA Bathrooms & KitchensFeatures: Concrete-look tiles became more popular by the day this year.

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