Old meets new projectContemporary Bathroom, Sydney

Off the Richter Creative

Contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with green tile, marble, white walls, ceramic floors, a wall-mount sink, a curbless shower, grey floor and an open shower. —  Houzz
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Jenny Rawling wrote:23March,2019
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    Nimmo Nielsen Collective
    6 months ago

    Hi there

    Yes we've used James Hardie Groove lining boards.

    HardieGroove™ Lining – a durable fibre cement VJ sheet panel that gives the look of tongue and groove timber with the durability of fibre cement. The elegant, uniform panels are free of knots and won’t shrink or swell with moisture, unlike timber or craft wood VJ panels. Ideal for use in living areas, hallways and other high traffic areas, as HardieGroove is hard-wearing and resistant to damage from moisture it can also be used in kitchens, laundries and bathrooms (excluding showers). The V-grooves carved into the sheets are 2.5mm deep and spaced 100mm apart. The half groove edges create near invisible butt joins.

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    Pleased to Bijou Design
    6 months ago

    Thank you for the details! A plumber had told me about the existence of such a product but I didnt know who made it :)

HU-42817011 wrote:5August,2019

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Julia Fairley added this to 22 Bathrooms That Rock a Narrow Floor Plan7 August 2019

7. Location: Sydney, NSWDesigner: Nimmo Nielsen CollectiveFeatures: A tiled feature wall in serene colours and a tall window makes the whole bathroom a sanctuary.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

June added this to Lake House26 April 2020

No curb shower pan, linear drain at the wall’s edge.