Spice - Oak Beach - Far North QueenslandTropical Bathroom, Cairns

indoor- outdoor bathroom, teak ceiling, undulating render finish

This is an example of a tropical 3/4 bathroom in Cairns with flat-panel cabinets, distressed cabinets, an open shower, white walls, grey floor and an open shower. —  Houzz
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flybaby21 wrote:22October,2017
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    bàlay Vandyke
    2 years ago

    Sure that is a tile supplied by Eco Outdoor and is a distressed natural limestone tile called 'Chalford'

What Houzz contributors are saying:

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to Top 30: Australia's Top Bathrooms of 201820 November 2018

15. Location: Oak Beach, QueenslandDesigner: bàlay Vandyke DesignsFeatures: Blurred inside-outside lines aren’t just for living areas.See the rest of this exotic holiday home

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Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 30 Inspirational Showers From Around the Globe12 July 2018

28. Location: Cairns, QueenslandDesigner: Bàlay Vandyke DesignsFeatures: Stacking doors open this bathroom to the garden, and the teak ceiling adds to the tropical feel.

georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 31 Breathtaking Bathrooms21 March 2018

26. Location: Cairns, QueenslandWhy we love it: Sliding doors that open up completely to the outside, soft natural limestone on the floor, and a super-sized rain showerhead… our idea of the perfect tropical-inspired retreat.

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Joanna Tovia added this to Supersize Me! Our Surprising Bathroom Renovation Priorities6 December 2017

Supersized showersAmong those upgrading their shower, over two thirds of renovating homeowners increased its size (68 per cent). Top shower feature upgrades include rainfall showerheads (64 per cent) and handheld showerheads (62 per cent).

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Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: 8 Reno Blunders and How to Avoid Them17 October 2017

Solution to both blunders: Set a realistic budget before you beginIt is important to arrive at your budget in a rational and methodical way. Seek the advice of an architect, builder or quantity surveyor early on, to get a better understanding of the budget before you get too far into the process.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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sbosca added this to sbosca's ideas13 September 2020

The walls I think it’s Venetian plaster?

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HU-734280401 added this to Bathroom12 September 2020

Open air shower needs larger wall for more privacy

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Rebecca Wheeler added this to Rebecca's ideas12 September 2020

En-suite goals, with a courtyard

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