Wahroonga traditional-bathroom
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Wahroonga Traditional Bathroom, Sydney

Traditional master bathroom in Sydney with blue cabinets, white walls, marble floors, an undermount sink, marble benchtops, furniture-like cabinets, white tile and subway tile. — Houzz

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louisewaterson wrote:
May I ask who designed and made this wonderful vanity cabinet? - I am undertaking a bathroom renovation shortly and would like to commission a similar design. I live in Sydney. Many thanks Louise
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Milestone Building Pty Ltd

Hi Louise, The vanity was built by Art of Kitchens in Sydney. Give them a call, I'm sure the plans are still on file. Cheers Dave

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chawy006 wrote:
What sort of floor tiles did you use? They look amazing!
M Tranter wrote:
Vanity colour - Can you share the colour name of the blue vanity?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Create a balanced symmetry There’s nothing more soothing and relaxing than a neatly designed bathroom, and as Art Deco style favoured symmetry, it’s a great source of inspiration for a well-planned layout. If you can squeeze in a double vanity with dual basins, mirrors and lighting, the pleasing aesthetic created from the symmetry will encourage you to unwind.
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17. Location: Wahroonga, NSWWhy we love it: There’s a satisfying sense of symmetry with this double vanity, and this has to be the prettiest shade of blue imaginable.
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Winner: Milestone BuildingThe colour palette strikes just the right chord in this popular bathroom, and the marble vanity top and floor tiles give it a touch of luxe.
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Then add in lighting for other purposes. For example, incorporate task lighting to assist with grooming or putting on make-up, such as a pair of wall lights (sconces) on either side of the mirror. These will illuminate your face from the front, which is the most effective and flattering direction.Tip: Ask your electrician to wire lights so they can be turned on independently – this will let you adjust the lighting levels and mood.15 Show-Stopping Bathroom Lighting Ideas
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24. Baby blue. Sydney, NSWDesigner: Milestone Building

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karenlinn60 added this to karenlinn60's Ideas
Love the color of the vanity and design
HU-479718816 added this to Kids Bathroom
Double sink and double mirror. Drawers and extra shelf underneath

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