Toorak Texture contemporary-bathroom
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Toorak Texture Contemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Eve Wilson
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Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with mosaic tile floors, a pedestal sink and a freestanding tub. — Houzz

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Bernadette Smith wrote:
What brand of vinyl is featured? Do you know the type and stockist? - Do you know the type and stockist?
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NORTHBOURNE Architecture + Design
Hi Bernadette,

We didn't use any vinyl, only tiles.

Hope that helps.

Sally
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Emanuela Mattana wrote:
Tile with no capping - Hello, I am planning on tiling our bathroom only half way up just as you did in this project. However I don't like using capping. How did you align the tile with the wall so that there is no step? Is the tile depth recessed? Thank you in advance.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Emily Hutchinson added this to Houzz Tour: A Stylish Melbourne Home Makes Do
There was also an existing arched window in the space, which was previously partially covered up by existing wardrobes – Holbrook decided to highlight it. “We brought the arch back to life by playing with contrast and geometries of the space,” she says. “We drew a datum line around the space, which intersects with the arch and the curves of the spa, helping to illuminate their natural beauty. Our aim was to create a luxurious and sophisticated space, but with a minimal feel.”
Julia Fairley added this to Room by Room: How Much Do Renovations Really Cost?
“We encounter this misalignment often, so much so that we developed a specific service to assist people,” says Holbrook. Northbourne Architecture + Design offers clients a technical cost estimation process to ascertain how viable a project actually is, before launching into the expensive design phase.“Our objective is to help people make informed decisions about their project before they invest too much money,” says Holbrook. “There is nothing more heartbreaking for both client and architect than spending thousands and thousands on designing a house, only to find it is well over your budget and cannot be built.”

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Chelsea Handasyde added this to bathrooms
tile part way up wall behind bath
Anne Brown added this to sharui2000's Ideas
“We encounter this misalignment often, so much so that we developed a specific service to assist people,” says Holbrook. Northbourne Architecture + Design offers clients a technical cost estimation process to ascertain how viable a project actually is, before launching into the expensive design phase.“Our objective is to help people make informed decisions about their project before they invest too much money,” says Holbrook. “There is nothing more heartbreaking for both client and architect than spending thousands and thousands on designing a house, only to find it is well over your budget and cannot be built.”
Tam added this to Tammy's ideas
Dark floor partly up walls ? to skirting height

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