Harkaway Residence 2Contemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

This contemporary Master Ensuite exudes elegance and warmth. The timber veneer detail and Italian porcelain marble-look tiles, beautifully complement the Apaiser vanity and bathtub.

Large contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with white cabinets, a freestanding tub, brown tile, an integrated sink, a wall-mount toilet, porcelain tile, white walls, porcelain floors and engineered quartz benchtops. —  Houzz
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Carole Edmunds wrote:2October,2016
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    PMG Design
    3 years ago

    Hi Carole

    the double vanity is a single moulded slab of composite stone from Apaiser - the bowls are moulded into the stone. The slab has been cantilevered off the wall with custom made joinery designed by us. The timber veneer is called Hazelwood and the drawers are finished in a white thermolaminate.

    Hope this helps....good luck!

  • Carole Edmunds
    3 years ago

    Thank you so much for quick response. Appreciated and very helpful.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Janet Dunn added this to Dip Your Toe in the Water With Bathroom Trends for 201726 November 2016

Vanity storage is undergoing innovation too, with the emphasis on providing maximum room for bathroom paraphernalia. Under-bench storage space is being divided into smaller spaces to help organise bathroom products, according to Wylie. Cameron is doing a lot of recessed shaving cabinets and drawers in vanities, rather than an open space under the benchtop.

Rebecca Gross added this to Trend Alert: The Power of Porcelain Surfaces12 November 2016

Porcelain wall tiles are a versatile option, available in a wide variety of finishes, colours and sizes. From soft and natural hues to matt and gloss finishes, or Italian marble-look tiles (as pictured), there is no doubt porcelain is a sophisticated choice.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lisa Spiegel added this to Master bath19 February 2020

Layout of sink and shelves long vanity