Vautier St Elwood Home - 2015Scandinavian Bathroom, Melbourne

Photography by Tom Roe

Photo of a scandinavian bathroom in Melbourne with a freestanding tub, an open shower, an integrated sink, wood benchtops, an open shower and beige benchtops. —  Houzz
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greenrumpffy wrote:20February,2016
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    Thanks for reaching out mrshewey

    yes the frameless screen is inserted into a channel that runs up the wall and through the floor to support the glass.

    We hope that helps, warm regards from the sB+ team.

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    Thank you sB+ team, really appreciate the response.

mev1964 wrote:27June,2016
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    The top white part looks like the Omvivo basin from Reece.
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    4 years ago

    It sure is Emma ;-)

Sarah Hill wrote:26October,2016
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    Hi Sarah, these are from Astra Walker. Warm regards

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    4 years ago

    Sorry, the brand is Astra Walker!

Kathy K wrote:5September,2016
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    Hi Kathy K, These tiles are imported by us from Italy. We have them in our port melb showroom for you to view. Warm regards

maryconnolebevan wrote:24July,2016
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    2700x2600 - hope that helps! Warm regards

mev1964 wrote:26June,2016
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    Hi, it is Rough Sawn American oak veneer. Warm regards

Kelly Burns wrote:20June,2016
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    The tiles have a black tile trim on top.


    What you can see is the ceiling rafters which are exposed. Its wooden. I would suggest you stop the tiles at 2100mm and have wall from that point up.

Sarah Edwards wrote:9May,2016
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    Hi Sarah


    They come from Masson Lighting. Cheers

gwam wrote:27February,2016
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    Hi gwam, the shower is by Astra Walker, available through us. Rgds

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Kerryn Ramsey added this to 10 Home Improvements Worth Spending Money on4 September 2016

1. Striking tapwareA bathroom uses around half of the average home’s water, so it’s important to select water-saving mixers and showerheads when building or renovating. Apart from the practical and environmentally friendly aspects, take time to get the right style. It’s easy to be ‘safe’ and predictable but why not add mixer tapware that adds an attractive accent to the bathroom’s interior? Here, matt black elements make a strong statement without being gaudy or overstated. And for real continuity, the tapware range can be replicated in the kitchen and laundry.

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Louise O'Bryan added this to Bathroom Fixture Finishes You May Not Have Considered11 July 2016

Black can be overpowering if used in large quantities, so balance the dark tone with plenty of light, bright textures and surfaces. However, black will certainly pack a bold punch and liven up a simple space.Why we’re going nuts for black tapware

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Susan Redman added this to Why We're Going Nuts for Black Tapware16 February 2016

1. It’s sleek and stylishMatt black tapware looks smooth and sleek, boosting style cred in any bathroom or kitchen. The inherent simplicity of a streamlined black tap against a contrasting neutral backdrop is just about as stylish as you can get. Think of the air of sophistication that a little black dress or a black-tie suit exudes. Black is forever in style!

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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silbecker added this to Ideen von silbecker2 days ago

schlichter Boden schlichte Wände

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ide_hickey added this to Bathrooms17 October 2020

Note mirror positions central to the sinks but not the table

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Annelise Pamintuan added this to Upstairs Kids Bathroom7 October 2020

Shower frame with Vanity next to it