Farmers - Showcasing designs built & designed by Joinery Group NSWVictorian Bathroom, Sydney

Victorian Style Bathroom, vanity facade by Farmers. Built and Designed by Joinery Group NSW,
Door Style: Waratah
Colour: Espresso

Inspiration for a traditional master bathroom in Sydney with black cabinets, a claw-foot tub, beige tile, white tile, ceramic tile, a vessel sink and recessed-panel cabinets. —  Houzz
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daniellemcguckin wrote:11 Aug. 2016

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

    Tip: For an update on traditional style, choose a few period features then pare everything else right back. In this Sydney, NSW, bathroom, floor-to-ceiling patterned tiles provide wow factor, which is reinforced by a dark vanity with aged-bronze Victorian-style fixtures. A bare white wall keeps things fresh, while the inclusion of the ornate mirror ties it into the overall scheme.Browse more traditional bathrooms

    hello2138
    Gabrielle Chariton added this to How Shag, Cork and Slate Got Their Groove Back27 Feb 2017

    This look is best captured with cement or encaustic tiles: their handmade, artisanal quality lends them a subdued softness, which enables them to be applied to large surface areas without becoming garish. However, as the trend gathers momentum, tile manufacturers are coming to the party with good-quality factory-produced options that are more accessibly priced.

    louchanobryan
    Louise O'Bryan added this to Bathroom Fixture Finishes You May Not Have Considered11 Jul 2016

    BrassThe time-worn look of brass is warm and inviting, and the perfect partner for a classic or traditional space. In bathrooms with stark white walls, brass fittings bring colour and texture to an otherwise cold space, and add a touch of nostalgia that complements the original features in period homes, such as cornices or sash windows.

    louchanobryan
    Louise O'Bryan added this to Moorish Bathroom Tiles Take the Floor12 Apr 2016

    Marry with ornate fittingsAccentuate the Moorish look with complementary accessories that have an exotic touch. Copper or brass tapware is a big trend in bathrooms right now, and their subtle glamour is the perfect accompaniment to elaborate and vibrant tiles. Look out for mirrors with an exotic Arabian look that will deliver your style statement in an instant.

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