Toorak TextureContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Eve Wilson

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with a freestanding tub, mosaic tile floors, white cabinets, an open shower, white tile, mosaic tile, white walls, wood benchtops, brown benchtops and a laundry. —  Houzz
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Natasha Navab wrote:21August,2017
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    NORTHBOURNE Architecture + Design
    2 years ago

    Hi Natasha,

    Sorry I do not have that information.

    Kind regards,

    Sally

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Julia Fairley added this to How to Clean Your Washing Machine (Yes, You Really Should)27 February 2020

4. Pause the washing machine and let it sit for an hour. Dip a microfibre cloth into the soaking solution, wring it out and use it to clean the top of the drum and agitator (where the water doesn’t reach) as well as the inside of the lid. If you can remove the bleach and fabric softener dispensers, do so and clean the areas beneath them with the cloth and cleaning solution. If they are fixed in place, clean them and the area around them. Brucia says that using vinegar to clean a washing machine will help eliminate detergent build-up.Finally, clean the control panel and the outside of the machine with the cleaning solution or an all-purpose spray. Use a dry microfibre cloth to dry and polish the surfaces.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Genius Ways to Create a Laundry Zone in Your Home29 January 2019

The doors concertina open to reveal a hidden laundry zone containing a washing machine, small basin, drawers and a practical hanging rail.To ensure the area looks attractive when open, the designers have continued the marble mosaic floor tiles up the wall, forming an on-trend background for the black shelving, which chimes with the steel-framed glazing.

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Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 30 Savvy and Stylish Built-In Joinery Ideas20 August 2018

13. Location: Toorak, VictoriaDesigner: Northbourne Architecture + DesignFeatures: A concealed, built-in laundry set-up and lashings of overhead storage allow this space to smoothly transition from bathroom to laundry and back again.

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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Organise a Small Laundry?7 December 2017

Can’t stand ironing? Here’s a laundry life hack I swear by – you can minimise creases in clothes by hanging them straight from the washing machine onto hangers and then hanging them on the clothesline. Wall- or ceiling-mounted horizontal drying racks within your laundry also work well. Transfer clothes straight to your wardrobe when dry.

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Julia Fairley added this to 12 Space-Saving Solutions for Small Laundries10 November 2017

1. Combine your appliancesSome say the jury is still out on how suitable combined washer-dryers are. But regardless of whether you love them or loathe them, no-one can accuse these laundry appliances of being space guzzlers.Most washer-dryer combos accommodate smaller loads than washing machines, so are better for weekenders or households with one or two people. If you have a large family or can easily air-dry your laundry, you may be better off installing a standalone washing machine of similar size and using a retractable clothes line. If, however, you are short on drying space, these dual washer-dryer units can be a godsend.

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Julieta & Matias Corbanini added this to Washing machine and Dryer27 July 2020

Nice set up. Managed to have plenty os space for washing machine and storage as well as being part of the bathroom.

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Architecture Republic added this to Quandong Renovation22 July 2020

Combined Laundry and Bathroom (AR)

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