Californian bungalow renovationTraditional Bathroom, Sydney

The main bathroom was recreated in an authentic Californian bungalow style featuring tessellated tiles, subway tiles in a brick pattern with capping tiles, Shaker-style framed mirrored cabinet, pedestal vanity, older-style toilet with timber toilet seat and older-style accessories. The original stained glass window was maintained. The only modern variation was the streamlined glass shower wall.

Photo of a large traditional master bathroom in Sydney with a pedestal sink, a drop-in tub, a curbless shower, a two-piece toilet, subway tile, beige walls, ceramic floors and white tile. —  Houzz
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steph_cainSteph Cain wrote:24November,2014
  • mooreseven
    6 years ago
    This pretty much the style and look I am wanting to do in our bathroom. Would you know the measurements of this space? Thankyou Terry :)

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Emma Bolger added this to Shower Power: 5 Key Shower Looks and How to Get Them28 September 2017

2. In this California bungalow in Sydney, the bathroom design incorporates the original stained-glass window, period fixtures and tessellated floor tiles to reference the home’s history. The owners have paired these period details with white subway tiles on the walls and a simple glass shower screen, to present a pared-back period-style bathroom.

Rebecca Gross added this to Period Features to Love Forever: Leadlight Windows28 August 2015

Nature iconography (California bungalow era)California bungalows were designed and built to have a connection with nature, and their leadlight windows reflected this with more representative images of plants and flowers.Familiarise yourself with the features of your California bungalow

Anne Ellard Design added this to How to Choose the Right Bathroom Basin8 March 2015

4. Pedestal basinIf your basin preference is a simple wall-mounted basin, but your waste pipe has to go through the floor and can’t be changed, then a pedestal basin is a great option.Pros: The pedestal under the basin sits between the underside of the basin and the floor, concealing any pipework in between. A pedestal basin is also aesthetically pleasing and perfect if you want to add a classical vibe to your bathroom.Cons: Again, consider the fact that you won’t have any storage space under the basin, or any bench space around it. They can also be a bit tricky to clean around, as there is usually a gap between the wall and the back of the pedestal (as pictured here).Good for: Period properties and traditional schemes.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Michelle M added this to Pool Bath6 May 2021

curbless shower, tile walls, medicine cabinet

Paula added this to Wish List9 April 2021

Love the shower area for the first floor bath

Nadia P added this to Bathrooms1 April 2021

Wetroom. Looks nice here but not sure if I want this. Bathrooms should be easy to clean.

epieshala added this to Lauren’s Bathroom14 March 2021

Partial glass shower wall, curbless floor

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