Fitzroy North HouseContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Dark floor tiles laid in a herringbone pattern wrap up the shower wall and into the skylight over the shower. Timber joinery , marble benchtop, full height mirror and Venetian plaster add contrast and warmth to the bathroom.

Thank you for all the interest in the tile. It's called Mountains Black (600x75mm) and is supplied by Perini Tiles Bridge Rd Richmond, Melbourne Victoria Australia

Image by: Jack Lovel Photography

Small contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a freestanding tub, an open shower, a two-piece toilet, black tile, porcelain tile, porcelain floors, a vessel sink, marble benchtops, black floor, an open shower and black walls. —  Houzz
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Catia Harrison wrote:12February,2018
  • Shelley C
    2 years ago

    Gorgeou! What color grout did you use with the tile? Thank you

  • PRO
    MMAD Architecture
    2 years ago

    It's a dark charcoal. I can't recall the actual grout / code name sorry

Liz &Craig wrote:13January,2018
  • Liz &Craig
    2 years ago

    Could you please give me the approx dimensions of this space?

  • PRO
    MMAD Architecture
    2 years ago
    the room is approx 2.3m wide by 3.5m long
chadbotha wrote:17September,2017
  • PRO
    MMAD Architecture
    3 years ago
    the tiles are supplied like that. 75mm X 600mm
  • blixabloxa
    2 years ago

    Hi, love the tiles. Can you provide details of where you got them?

adcha1 wrote:8February,2020
  • PRO
    MMAD Architecture
    8 months ago

    HI there. The bathroom is roughly 3.4m x 2.2m. All the best with your renovation

Ward Duvall wrote:27July,2019
  • PRO
    MMAD Architecture
    last year

    Hi Ward
    The white walls are a venetian plaster. Here's some images I have handy of it under construction. It has a nice pitted finish that cast nice shadows with the skylight above.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

juliafairley
Julia Fairley added this to Candid Company: Architect Michael Montgomery's Not-So-Mad Ways16 February 2019

When did you start MMAD Architecture?MMAD Architecture has officially been around since March 2016. Previously, I was an associate at a medium-size architectural practice for almost 14 years. When you start to manage large teams and large projects, you find yourself doing less design and more managing people and timelines, which can be draining. MMAD Architecture was created to reconnect with the creative side of architecture and the clients. Today, I am still the primary architect at MMAD Architecture but I have always had a collaborative attitude towards design and draw on contacts to assist when required.

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to This Just In: The Rooms You Loved Best in 201820 November 2018

BathroomLocation: Fitzroy North, VictoriaDesigner: MMAD ArchitectureFeatures: Let there be light.

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to Best of Houzz: Top 20 Home Design Favourites for 201818 January 2018

Winner: MMAD ArchitectureWho can resist charcoal-toned tiles laid in a herringbone pattern? When they sweep along the floor and climb the shower wall the tiles become even more of a feature.

deidreannsmith
Deirdre Avenell added this to All the Dimensions You Need to Know for Your Bathroom Makeover11 January 2018

In other bathroom layouts, the tub may be opposite the sink and toilet, as shown here. It is not uncommon to come across configurations that don’t meet minimum standards in older structures. But if you are renovating, be certain to note the toilet dimensions in your project so you have adequate space.There are standard-size toilets and elongated configurations. The elongated type will extend into the room by another 50 to 80 millimetres.

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to Supersize Me! Our Surprising Bathroom Renovation Priorities6 December 2017

Tubs for twoSeveral features stood out on the most-wanted list for bathroom renovators. Among those upgrading their tubs, the leading bathtub feature across generations is one that has room for two (22 per cent). Many more millennials (26 per cent) than baby boomers (19 per cent) listed a tub for two as a priority.Freestanding tubs beat built-in tubs as the tub of choice, but only by 6 per cent.

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