Fun & Quirky Melbourne HomeContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Design ideas for a large contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, a freestanding tub, black and white tile, ceramic tile, ceramic floors, a vessel sink, engineered quartz benchtops and beige floor. —  Houzz
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Julia Fairley added this to How to Choose Your Bathroom Vanity Lighting23 May 2019

A statement chandelier or pendantSo far we’ve talked a lot about functional task lighting, but sometimes light has a different, ambient function: just being beautiful.Especially true in spaces other than the main bathroom, such as a powder room, the lighting may not need to be perfectly even and bright. In these cases and seen here in this interior designer’s bathroom by Jacque Yates, a single light or a cluster of pendants that make a dramatic statement is preferable.Read about this interior designer’s sustainably designed home

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Julia Fairley added this to Stickybeak: A Designer's Sustainable Home for the Future21 February 2018

Yates was also keen to try a more personalised approach with the master ensuite. “It came about from me finding the outdoor lights from Hermon Hermon, which I loved, and again I wanted to do something that wasn’t the norm in the bathroom,” she says. She then sourced the blue and white tiles from Earp Bros, which drew the different elements of the design together in one bold sweep.“I loved their philosophy with considering their impact on the environment and the tiles were all Global GreenTag Certified,” says Yates. “They were supposed to run vertically, but when it came to tiling, I changed them to horizontal as it looked better in the space and was unexpected.”Knottee pendant lamps: Hermon Hermon Lighting; blue and white wall tiles: Earp Bros

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