HANCOCK HOUSEModern Bathroom, Perth

2 storey custom built home on rear ROW with open plan and outdoor living to suit clients coastal lifestyle. This modern home has a minimum 6 star energy rating and incorporates solar passive design with the latest construction materials including structural insulated roof panels (SIPs), exposed 'burnished' concrete slabs, cross ventilation using louvers, and use of engineered timbers as a themed finish throughout the home.

PHOTOGRAPHY: F22 Photography

Photo of a small modern bathroom in Perth with a drop-in sink, wood benchtops, a drop-in tub, a shower/bathtub combo, white tile, ceramic tile, white walls, ceramic floors and white cabinets. —  Houzz
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jerannjerann wrote:6September,2015
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    5 years ago

    Hi, cabinets were custom made by our cabinetmaker.

    Drawers are a gloss vinyl wrap finish - white.

    Vanity top and side is 19mm marine grade ply - AA finish - with clear laquered finish.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Joanna Tovia added this to 7 Sanity-Saving Vanities for Small Bathrooms11 January 2017

1. Leave no gapsWho says there has to be a space between the bath and vanity? Butting the vanity up against the tub, and in this case, the shower screen, delivers valuable extra bench and storage space, and makes cleaning a little easier too. What’s not to love?

Louise O'Bryan added this to Bathroom Mirror Dilemma? We'll Help You See Clearly5 April 2016

Pleasing porthole styleThere’s something enticing about round mirrors and the pleasing reflection (though maybe not in the morning!) that is framed in a perfect circle. Round mirrors can have a danger of being too small for the space and feeling out of proportion to their surroundings, so be generous when choosing one for you bathroom. And try to stick to the rule of thumb that suggests the mirror should be the same width as, or slightly larger than, the basin.

Natasha Saroca added this to 9 Simple Updates That'll Make Any Bathroom Work Better18 May 2015

1. Say goodbye to a separate shower and bathIf you’re planning on renovating your bathroom, a simple way to free up floor space is to ditch the idea of having a separate bath and shower, and work a shower-bath combo into the design instead. This space-enhancing trick will allow you to enjoy the best of both worlds – without compromising on your bathing needs and preferences – while providing more room for storage, as well as floor space to move around, too.When it comes to choosing where to position your shower-bath, it may be easier (and more cost effective) to install a showerhead over your bath, rather than moving it to a completely different spot altogether, as doing so will save you from making extensive changes to your existing plumbing.Standout shower-bath combos for smaller bathrooms

What Houzzers are commenting on:

HU-257848104 added this to My ideas25 February 2021

No gaps to clean between bath/shower and vanity - or large enough gap for easy cleaning

bitstobytes added this to Hillside BATHROOM17 January 2021

1 sink but separate sides for both kids


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