MacPherson St, WavereleyContemporary Bathroom, Sydney

Contemporary bathroom in Sydney with a vessel sink, an alcove tub, a shower/bathtub combo, a one-piece toilet, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood benchtops, white tile, subway tile, black floor and brown benchtops. —  Houzz
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edwar0783 wrote:11November,2016
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    3 years ago
    Look like Beacon lighting to me.
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    3 years ago

    HI edwar0783 the client imported in from Bali, But I am sure that you could pick up one similar from beacon

Jim Theodore wrote:9January,2016
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    Hi Jim,

    The size of the tiles used are 75 x 150 subways.

dolly7 wrote:3November,2015
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    4 years ago

    Hi Dolly7,

    Thank you very much, I am not 100% confident of the exact measurements but the bathtub is approx 1500 x 700 & the overall room size is 2100 x 3200. 2700 Ceiling height.

    Hope that helps.

Hayley Nolan wrote:12May,2015
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    5 years ago

    Hi Hayley,

    Depending on the height of the sill and how much water you splash into the window itself, The window works exactly the same way as if it was from the rain on the outside.

    As long as you maintain the care of the window and paint when needed you will have no problem.

    Our you can use aluminum if you did not want to constantly maintain.

    I hope that helps.

Miky Smith wrote:24October,2014
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    Hi Miky Smith, Vanity was custom made, If you would like a costing on the vanity please end through sizes to And I will get a quotation back to you shortly.
Katrina Chokljat-Lilio wrote:5June,2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    The Plumbette added this to 5 Reasons Your Bathroom Smells Funky (and How to Fix the Problem)19 December 2017

    1. Dry floor-waste drainBathrooms in Australia will generally have a floor waste in the middle of the room. In older homes, the floor waste will be a round, chrome grate that will be flush with the tiled floor in the middle of the bathroom. For more modern bathrooms, the shower waste may be the main grated waste in the bathroom like in a wet room design. This floor waste (and/or shower waste) should have a water seal at the bottom to prevent sewer gases being emitted through the grate. If the bathroom is used consistently, it will be highly unlikely for the floor waste to be dry. You can check the level of water by shining a torch down the grate. If you can’t see any water, it’s possible that this is causing your bathroom to smell horrid. You need to get the water seal back by using one of the bathroom fixtures, or using a bucket to pour water down the drain. Once that water seal is back at the bottom of the trap, you will notice your bathroom will smell less like something has died in there. If you can’t get the water seal back into the trap, you will need to call a licensed plumber to investigate further.

    Louise O'Bryan added this to To Bath or Not to Bath?7 September 2016

    A bath gives you optionsYou may not always have the time for a decadent soak, but at least you will have that choice when the need or want arises. A relaxing bath is often the answer when life throws you a curve ball – with illness or emotional upheaval, for example. Barnett says taking a restoring ice bath is also becoming a popular way to relieve aches and pains after a hard workout. “Not that I’m a fan,” he adds.Browse more compact bathrooms

    Joanna Tovia added this to Bathroom Tiles: Lifting the Lid on Size, Pattern and Special Effects23 December 2014

    Subway magicThese tiles are so versatile – they can look retro, traditional, country or industrial. The look can be affected by the laying pattern and the grout used – whether you want your eye to move up or across effortlessly, or want to frame each tile.A charcoal grout with a white tile offers a contemporary look in which the tile becomes the feature. Subways are available in a range of colours, edges and in matt or gloss.

    Kerryn Ramsey added this to Standout Shower-Bath Combos for Smaller Bathrooms9 September 2014

    Small-space impact. Even in a tiny bathroom, a decent bath is irresistible for adults, teens, tweens and toddlers. The minimum dimensions of an average-sized bath are roughly 1525mm (long), 720mm (wide) and 400mm (deep).Even in a small space, design shouldn’t be ignored. This bathroom’s industrial-style lighting and subway wall tiles add an urban edge, while the penny round floor tiles are durable, easy to clean and – most importantly – safe when wet.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Yasmin keen added this to Bathroom15 September 2020

    Maybe option instead of replace window?

    rgs sgad added this to small bathroom2 September 2020

    small sink - though square corners might be too in the way for shower?

    Abby Crawford added this to Abby's Ideas22 July 2020

    Black tile floor in bathroom? Big white tiles to mid level then paint. Timber and white cabinetry? Built in bath?

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