Eastfield RdTraditional Bathroom, Melbourne

Lazcon, m2matiz

This is an example of a large traditional bathroom in Melbourne with white cabinets, wood benchtops, gray tile, ceramic tile, white walls, a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets and brown benchtops. —  Houzz
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Geraldine wrote:30 Jun. 2015
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    I'm so sorry Geraldine, I missed your question!!! The timber benchtop here is American Oak which has been applied with a paste solution and limed to pick up on the grain.

oliviamia wrote:5 Apr. 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Kate Burt added this to Picture Perfect: 20 Wonderful Ways to Add Plants to Your Bathroom28 Aug 2019

    8. Timber and greenery. Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Lazcon

    Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Care for Succulents?17 Dec 2018

    Tell usHave you had success with succulents? Tell us about your experience in the Comments below, like this story, and join the conversation.MoreNeed some garden ideas from a pro? Chat to a gardener or landscape contractor near you

    Georgia Madden added this to Expert Know-How: 5 Smart Ways to Add Value to Your Bathroom Reno1 May 2018

    Choose a style with a luxurious and appealing finish. I love using engineered stone for vanity benchtops. It’s durable and stain-resistant, yet has a beautiful, natural feel. Timber tops also look amazing, but they do need to be well-sealed and protected in order to reduce wear and tear.

    Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose Plants for My Bathroom?14 Nov 2017

    What if my bathroom is dark?It’s difficult to keep plants in a bathroom with no windows or very little sunlight, but there are solutions. Start by choosing one of the plants mentioned above, which don’t require lashings of sunlight. Give them a rest in a brighter room every now and then – just make sure you don’t shock them by suddenly moving them from a dark spot straight to a hot location next to a bright window.

    Deirdre Avenell added this to In Vain: How to Design a Bathroom Vanity11 May 2016

    Drop-in sinks are installed inside a cutout in your benchtop. These sinks have lips that rest on top of your bench. While they’re easy to install, dirt and scum can build up in the creases between the sink and bench.

    Louise O'Bryan added this to 10 Reversible Bathroom Ideas for Renters28 Mar 2016

    3. Become a keen indoor gardenerThis sure-fire way of bringing colour and style into your bathroom is super-easy and inexpensive. Pot up some lush green indoor plants into contemporary containers made from materials such as concrete or glass, and transform your bathroom into a haven of tranquility that’s bang on trend. Succulents are ideal as they love the humid conditions and will be easy to keep. Swap the pots around or plant up new containers when you feel like a change.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Seb Zisa-Davies added this to New house20 Sep 2019

    Brown and blue medicine bottles with eucalyptus leaves

    Sacha Tennent added this to Sacha's ideas10 Sep 2019

    Plants in the bathroom and vanity design

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