Brunswick West HouseContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
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It’s important to understand the difference for a few reasons. A basin and sink have different sized waste outlets. A basin will generally have a 32-40 millimetre waste outlet, but a sink will have a 50 millimetre outlet. If you ring a plumber and explain to them that you have a leaking sink, your plumber will assume you need 50 millimetre fittings. However, if the sink you’re talking about is in the bathroom, the plumber will need to have 40 millimetre fittings.
10. Consider adding another bathroom“Providing separate bathrooms for kids and adults can be a sanity saver,” says Cole. “If this isn’t possible, installing full-size mirrors in bedrooms can reduce the demand on bathroom spaces.”
The house has only one bathroom to serve family and guests, so Taylor Knights designed a generous space (in lieu of an additional powder room or ensuite) that would cater to everyone, including washing the dog.Tell usWhat do you love most about this home? Tell us in the Comments. And don’t forget to save the images, like this story, and join the conversation.MoreLove mid-century Australian architecture? Catch up on last week’s Houzz Tour: From Mid-Century Modern to Modern Mid-Century