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MA Residence Traditional Powder Room, Sydney

Thomas Dalhoff
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This is an example of a small traditional powder room in Sydney with a console sink, multi-coloured walls and mosaic tile floors. — Houzz

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Bruno Zinghini wrote:
Great Basin console - What brand is it? Thanks!
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Rogerseller

Hi Bruno, yes Romo has been discontinued, however similar basins are available from Catalano. Similar rounded corners are available in the Green and Projections ranges, while Premium Up offer the flat surfaces next to the bowl (however the design is much more linear, but absolutely stunning).

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Karen Aston Design

Thanks for the updated information Rogersellers on other options to consider for this look. Bruno asked this question over 2 years ago so hopefully he found an alternative at the time.

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libbytighe wrote:
is this wallpaper in the french grey colour ?
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Nat Nixon

What is the brand and name of the wallpaper? TIA

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Karen Aston Design

It is by Romo, called Tamaki, https://www.romo.com/collections/wall-coverings/samsara-wallcoverings/tamaki-wallcovering Unfotunately the French Grey has been discontinued. Regards, Karen

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Tammy Flarisee wrote:
Where can I find the tropical metallic gray/gold powderroom wallpaper? - Love, Love Love the Silver and gold tropical metallic wallpaper in the powder room!! Please advise where I can find it?
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Karen Aston Design
Hi Tammy, this wallpaper is by Romo from the UK. It is Tamaki in French Grey however unfortunately this colour has been discontinued . Best regards, Karen
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Samantha Mills wrote:
Please tell me about those beautiful wall sconce lights!
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Karen Aston Design

Hi Samantha, these wall sconces are from Emac and Lawton, called the Soho wall sconce. http://www.emac-lawton.com.au/wall-lamps/soho-curved-wall-sconce-base-shiny-nickel-elpim50002sn.html You will probably find it via online retailers or you can purchase this light via Karen Aston Design.

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Joanna Tovia added this to Bathroom Inspiration: Add Shimmer and Sparkle With Metallics
WALLSMetallics have made their way into the long vanity legs as well as the elaborate wallpaper gracing this powder room. Consider pairing gold and silver bathroom elements with black for a theatrical effect.
Janet Dunn added this to 10 Scintillating Ways to Brighten Low-Light Bathrooms
Gracefully twining foliage on metallic wallpaper gives a real lift to this powder room. Wainscoting panels in high-gloss paint and wallpaper to the ceiling elegantly expands the room by drawing the eye upwards.Samsara wallpaper in ‘Tamaki’ (French Grey): Romo
Susan Redman added this to Why Bamboo Should Be Indoors
Midas touchA bamboo motif on wallpaper speaks of style and substance but also reflects a fascination with the exotic. Gold highlights light up the space of this small powder room – note the addition of a golden bamboo frame around the mirror.Tamaki wallpaper: Romo
Brendan Guy added this to 10 Decorating Ideas for Petite Powder Rooms
Balance with panellingThis powder room successfully boasts shimmering wallpaper to give the tiny room loads of personality and interest, but combines it with panelling around the lower part of the room. To help counterbalance the overpowering effect of the wallpaper’s golden colour and pearly finish, only half the room is papered – a dado rail separates the dark grey panelling from the glow above it. Note the simple choices for vanity, mirror and scones. The wallpaper should be the focus here, with everything else playing a supporting act.
Rebecca Gross added this to Wall Sconces: A Classic Lighting Style With Contemporary Appeal
Down-facing wall lights in the bathroom should be used in conjunction with other lights so shadows don’t get in the way. Unless, of course, you’re trying to create a darker, moodier space as one might in a powder room.

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