Port Melbourne HomeContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
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Specifying no cabinetry handles often means expensive opening mechanisms or hand-cut joinery. No joins in stone means buying oversized slabs and having an expert stonemason on hand to book-match the ends perfectly. And no grout lines means either huge, expensive tiles that take two tilers to lay (which doubles the labour cost) or porcelain sheets that can only be cut and installed by a stonemason – onto a wall that most likely has to be straightened instead of just packed. 10 Steps to an Organised Bathroom
8. Place the toilet paper within reachWe have all had the experience of trying to reach a thoughtlessly placed roll of toilet paper positioned on the wall behind us. To save yourself a stretch, aim to position the roll holder beside the toilet within easy reach.Just where do you put the toilet?
Classic with a twistThis long-loved tile design can bring elegance to any bathroom, but veering away from the usual placement adds an unexpected touch. There’s no practical reason for the tiles to be laid above the mirrored cabinets, but doing so adds some serious visual verve.