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Middle Park Warehouse Powder Room Contemporary Powder Room, Melbourne

Residential Interior Design & Decoration project by Camilla Molders Design
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http://www.camillamolders.com.au/
Small contemporary powder room in Melbourne with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, granite benchtops, black tile, ceramic tile and white walls. — Houzz

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daniellemcguckin wrote:
Splashback tiles - Hi, really liking the matt black embossed splashback (tiles?) Just wondering what they are and where to get them please? Thanks!
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Camilla Molders Design

Thankyou for your question. These tiles are still some of my favorites & are a Patricia Urquiola design & widely available. Though I purchased these through Urban Edge Ceramics in Richmond Melbourne.

All the best for your re do!

Camilla

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daniellemcguckin
Thank you!
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simonlara73 wrote:
Hi, could you please tell me what make the basin is & where to buy it?
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Thankyou for your question.

It is from Abey : https://www.abey.com.au/

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