Tamarama ApartmentBeach Style Bathroom, Sydney

Justin Alexander

Photo of a beach style bathroom in Sydney with a wall-mount sink, black and white tile and a curbless shower. —  Houzz
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Deirdre Avenell added this to 10 Things to Think Over Before Your Bathroom Renovation9 February 2016

1. Plumbing Residential plumbing typically uses 40 millimetre pipes for drains. You’d be surprised how much gunk and hair goes down that drain. The larger the drain, the less likely it is to clog. The cost difference to upgrade to a 50 millimetre drain is practically negligible, and unless your framing doesn’t allow for it, you should consider increasing the drain in your shower to 50 millimetres. Also, If you live in a region where temperatures drop below freezing during the winter, it’s important that your water supply lines don’t get routed through an exterior wall.

natashasaroca
Natasha Saroca added this to 15 Bathroom Trends Splashing Down in 20168 November 2015

13. The love of handmadeForget about mass-produced, cookie-cutter tiles that all look the same. According to Donohoe, 2016 is all about bespoke bathroom tiles that are crafted by hand. Artisanal tiles, which are considered beautiful because of their imperfections, will not only infuse your bathing space with rich texture but visual appeal, too.She recommends pairing handmade tiles with a featured stone, as “the contrasting texture of the handmade tile and natural veining in the stone is beautifully complementary.”

becky
Becky Harris added this to Hexagon Tiles Go Big and Bold in the Bathroom24 August 2015

The classic black and white pairing has taken on new patterns. Op Art-inspired geometric patterns bring strong graphics to a room. On this floor, sliced hexagons dance and play with the eye.

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Sophie Seeger added this to Budget Bathroom Renovation Ideas for Under $50004 August 2015

TilesTiling will totally revamp the look and feel of your bathroom scheme. To get a seamless look, I recommend one colour and style for your wall tile and splashback. Going large scale in a white tile will make the space brighter and look larger; plus a larger tile is quicker to lay. On a practical level, gloss tiles are easy to clean. TIP: To ascertain the area you need to cover in a square-metre measurement, multiply your wall width by room height. Use a professional tiler for this.COST: $715; estimate based on the cost of tiles and a tiler for a 6-square-metre wall.

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