Toorak Texture contemporary-bathroom
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Toorak Texture Contemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with a freestanding tub, mosaic tile and mosaic tile floors. — Houzz

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Emily Hutchinson added this to Houzz Tour: A Stylish Melbourne Home Makes Do
Above the basin and timber bench is a continuous recessed black steel shelf, with mirrored cabinets above. Extra cupboards are built in above the mirrored cabinets, which appear to hover. “They do not continue all the way up to the ceiling, a technique to make a ceiling feel limitless,” says Holbrook. To further enhance this limitless look, the ceilings and top sections of the wall were painted black.“Contrary to popular belief, a black ceiling, coupled with other elements, can actually make a space feel bigger – not smaller.” says Holbrook.
Vanessa Walker added this to Expert Eye: 14 Ways to Magic Up More Space in Your Bathroom
Choose accessories that complement the size of the space and allow you to move around freely, as in this example. Here, each ornament has its place and doesn’t negatively impact the aesthetic or affect movement around the room.
Kate Shaw added this to Spotted! Nifty Niches in Every Room of the House
This stylish Melbourne bathroom also uses an alcove to beautiful effect. Letting the shelf run the length of the wall creates a luxurious look. Even though the space is vast, keeping the bathroom products to a minimum gives the room a luxe hotel feel.

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nandik added this to Bathroom
cleaning time save by in wall cistern
Samantha Davies added this to Samantha's ideas
en-suite storage for towels, loo roll, cleaning products, spare toiletries etc plus light reflecting!

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