FairwaysTransitional Bathroom, Townsville

Andrew Rankin

Inspiration for a transitional bathroom in Townsville with open cabinets, a freestanding tub, an open shower, multi-coloured tile, multi-coloured walls, a vessel sink and an open shower. —  Houzz
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The Plumbette added this to Plumbing Lingo: How to Talk to Your Plumber Like a Pro4 January 2018

The difference between an S trap and P trapUnder every fixture there will generally be a ‘trap’, which is where the waste pipe underneath is conjured into an S or a P shape. With regards to the exposed waste on this image, the trap is the chrome waste pipe inside the vanity cube. This particular waste is a P trap. A basin, sink and laundry tub (or sink) must have a trap. Baths and showers don’t have to have traps, as long as they are connected to a floor waste (which is the grated drain in the middle of the bathroom) and are connected within 1.2 metres of the drain. Beyond this, a shower and bath will have a trap installed underneath. A toilet has a trap as part of the porcelain pan design. A trap is essential on fixtures as it prevents sewer gases coming through each fixture. The water seal in the trap seals these odours from coming through the plug and waste grate.6 Basic Bathroom Renovation Questions Answered

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Reno Tragic added this to Bathrooms3 November 2016

Simple box vanity..herringbone tiles

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