Mr Mitchell Portsea HouseContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Encapsulating Australian coastal living in the ultra stylish seaside town of Portsea. Polished concrete floors, architectural stone walls, the interior design of this home is an eclectic mix of reclaimed timbers, natural woven fibres and organic shapes.
The space is instantly live-able, with vintage and salvaged pieces sitting comfortably amongst the contemporary additions.

Photo Credit: Andrew Wuttke

Design ideas for a large contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with a vessel sink, marble benchtops, gray tile, cement tile, grey walls and concrete floors. —  Houzz
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Margaret Smith wrote:30 Aug. 2015
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    apaiser

    Hello,

    apaiser is a bespoke bathware designer and manufacturer. The interior designing aspects (like the wall and tile) decisions are taken care by the project designer. The bath and the basins featured are part of apaiser creations. If you need more information about the bath and basins, do get in touch with us and we will be more than happy to provide you with the information. Thank you.

    Regards,

    apaiser marketing team

  • darrenperera
    Can you please tell me what the wooden panelling is made from?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

deidreannsmith
Deirdre Avenell added this to In Vain: How to Design a Bathroom Vanity11 May 2016

Vanities more than 1.5 metres wide can comfortably accommodate two sinks. However, if one sink is enough, you can use the extra room for additional bench space.

anneellarddesign
Anne Ellard Design added this to How to Choose the Right Bathroom Basin21 Apr 2015

7. Vessel basinA vessel basin is one that generally sits completely on top of your benchtop, although there are some models that sit partially below the bench. Pros: Unlike most other basins that have little or none of the basin exposed above the bench, vessel basins demand attention and are a great way of creating a statement in your bathroom.As the name suggests, a vessel basin is basically like a large bowl, so they are a great choice if you like a deep basin that you can hold plenty of water in. Cons: Due to the height of vessel basins and the way in which they sit above the bench, careful planning of the bench height, and of the height of the cabinets below, is required to ensure that the basin doesn’t end up being too high and uncomfortable for you to use – this often leads to less storage space under the bench. Cleaning around the base and back of the basin can also be a bit tricky. Good for: Ensuite bathrooms.

emhutch
Emily Hutchinson added this to Get in the Mood With Fifty Shades of Grey3 Feb 2015

Grey and timber? A match made in heaven! Cool grey walls look fabulous paired with the warm tones of natural timber.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

galarp_chhroy
Galarp Chhroy added this to Galarp's ideas19 Sep 2019

The double sink and the lights under the mirror

simon_swansea
Simon Cleary added this to Simon's ideas31 Aug 2019

mirror across wall. and wall divide

maggiedwards
maggiedwards added this to Bathroom9 Jul 2019

One solid mirror - need to sort lighting

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