Göteborg HouseScandinavian Bathroom, Melbourne

Lisbeth Grosmann

Photo of a scandinavian 3/4 bathroom in Melbourne with a shower/bathtub combo, white tile, ceramic tile, an alcove tub, white walls and an open shower. —  Houzz
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webuser_256180HU-256180 wrote:4September,2018
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    3 years ago

    Hi HU-256180

    The window is aluminium & we also installed an aluminium reveal, which has been waterproofed to & then caulked after.


megsrichardsonMrsRicho wrote:20January,2018
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    3 years ago

    Hi MrsRicho,

    Yes they are, from Fibonacci Stone.


tash_burley_slapeTash Burley-Slape wrote:11October,2017
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    4 years ago

    Hi Tash,

    Wall tiles are Vogue In-Latte 67 Matt Finish 100 x 100 From Classic Ceramics With Davco Silver Grey Grout


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Detox My Bathroom?25 July 2018

Be wise to invisible chemicals There could be several products in your bathroom that are ‘gassing out’ without any hint of an odour – in other words, filling the air with potentially damaging chemicals such as formaldehyde, benzene and parabens without you even being aware of it. These include: Air freshenersThe glues used in particleboard drawers and cabinetsMaterials such as tiles, floorboards and carpetSkincare products, shampoos and hair gels

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

Winner: Fido ProjectsWhite bathrooms will never go out of style, and grey grout and black tapware take this design upmarket.

Georgia Madden added this to 7 Key Things to Establish Before You Plan an Ensuite11 January 2018

3. Consider whether you can fit a bath and showerIf you haven’t got the space for a separate bath and shower, consider installing a shower over the bathtub so that both functions take place in the same spot. In this scenario you would, of course, need space to fit a bathtub, so a square or rectangular-shaped room, rather than a very narrow one, is best. You’ll need one wall to be at least 1500 millimetres long, as this is the length of most small bathtubs. Tip: Bathtubs with showers are often fitted with a glass screen to prevent water from spilling out. But this can make it awkward to get in and out of the tub. To make it easier, choose a screen on a hinge that you can pivot outwards. If the screen is fixed, be sure to install taps on the wall opposite it. Otherwise, you will have to manoeuvre awkwardly around the screen every time you turn on the taps.Best of the Week: 30 Bathroom Vanities and Basins

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

2. The simplicity of Scandinavian style is captured in this Melbourne bathroom which features a combination bathtub/shower with black rainfall showerhead and fixtures on white subway wall tiles. The natural light, large plant and textured towels add warmth, to create the casual friendliness of Scandinavian design.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Meghan Radden added this to Bathroom project9 October 2021

i like that the tile goes around tub blending it to wall

Susan Yeley Homes added this to SYH: 9312 September 2021

SY: 4x4 tile inspo - wall and side of tub, with pivoting glass and black hardware

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