Brunswick HouseContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

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Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, a drop-in tub, a wall-mount toilet, blue tile, subway tile, white walls, a vessel sink and grey floor. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Keep My Bathroom Odour- and Mould-Free?7 March 2018

Where does bathroom mould start? Generally, in corners such as wall and floor junctions. If wall surfaces are cold enough, mould can also form on the grout between the tiles.

Vanessa Walker added this to Plumbing Lingo: How to Talk to Your Plumber Like a Pro18 February 2018

A wall-faced pan sits flush against the wall, which then conceals the waste. A wall-faced pan can be installed with a concealed or in-wall toilet cistern, as this toilet has been, or be installed with a close coupled toilet cistern.

Deirdre Avenell added this to All the Dimensions You Need to Know for Your Bathroom Makeover11 January 2018

Drop-in tubs like this one can work in a standard configuration with three enclosing walls. Since they don’t have an apron front, you can finish the face of the tub with tile, as has been done in this bath. The depth of vanities or medicine cabinets needs to be 100 to 130 millimetres overall and 90 to 110 millimetres on the interior shelves to suit most people. Widths and heights in bathrooms depend on the individual, but most pre-built medicine cabinets are about 560 millimetres wide and 750 millimetres tall.See more bathrooms with drop-in tubs

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