Cross StScandinavian Bathroom, Sydney
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3. Pure minimalism. Sydney, NSWDesigner: C+M StudioFind an interior designer or decorator near you on Houzz to help bring greenery into your home
30. Location: Sydney, NSW Why we love it: Small hexagonal tiles add a lovely Scandi element – an aesthetic that Australians quite rightly love.
If you notice a smell in your bathroom that isn’t pleasant, and you know it hasn’t been caused by someone using the bathroom, use your nose to identify the cause. If you’re at a loss as to why your bathroom still smells funky though, call your local plumber to check for possible causes of the smell.Tell usHave you had olfactory issues in the bathroom? And with what results? Tell us in the Comments and join the conversation.MoreFind plumbers on Houzz
Which vessels look best? Natural, handwoven baskets in a neutral tone would be my pick as they go beautifully with greenery and will soften the harsh lines in a bathroom. If you prefer a sleeker look, contemporary white vessels look great.
Examples of this style1. Let’s take a moment to acknowledge the very Scandinavian harmony in this Sydney bathroom scheme, with its hexagonal grey floor tiles, white brick walls, black fittings, plentiful natural light, timber accessories and pop of green.