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Resort Penthouse Ensuite Bathroom Contemporary Powder Room

Photo by Jane McDougall
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Inspiration for a contemporary powder room in Other with gray tile, white walls and medium hardwood floors. — Houzz

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tworland wrote:
Powder room - Where did u get the pressed metal from?
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Donna Slyder

How high from the floor did you place the mirror in this beautiful bathroom?

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Hi dyslyder,

My drawings are in archives so I can't tell you the exact height. It is quite high, for looking at your face only. I'd say the bottom of the mirror is about 1.35 - 1.4 m off the floor. There is another long mirror in the walk in robe.


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Jane McDougall
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
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www.alsocan.com.au

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Michelle Archard wrote:
flooring structure - Dear Jane, Please can you tell me what is underneath the wooden slatted flooring? Thank you Michelle
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Dear Michelle,

We had a stainless steel shower tray formed up for under the duckboard timber slatted floor. The timber slats are in sections so you can lift them up to clean the shower tray.

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Jane McDougall ARBV 14988
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
Mb: 0413 332 874
www.alsocan.com.au

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Aimee Clements wrote:
Is the back wall tiles that look like pressed metal?
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Dear Aimee,

Yes, the back wall is pressed metal from Wunderlite.

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Jane McDougall ARBV 14988
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
Mb: 0413 332 874
www.alsocan.com.au

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