Warden St ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, Perth

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Mid-sized contemporary bathroom in Perth with an integrated sink, flat-panel cabinets, an open shower, white tile, ceramic tile, white walls, light wood cabinets and an open shower. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to Top 5 Rookie Bathroom-Renovation Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)14 February 2019

Add in the cost of any trades you’ll need, and if you’ll be doing some of the jobs yourself, include the price of any tools you’ll need to buy or hire. I’d recommend adding in a buffer of about 10 percent to the budget to pay for any unexpected costs that crop up during works – because chances are, they’ll happen.Blissful Bathrooms on a Budget

Vanessa Walker added this to Which Way Should You Lay Your Tiles?26 August 2018

Vertical brickChoosing a brick pattern but orienting it vertically takes the widening effect and rotates it, emphasising the height of a space instead. It also adds a touch of contemporary appeal by being a little unexpected but still classic, for a fun twist that isn’t too trendy.

The Plumbette added this to 3 Bathroom Trends You Need to Think Twice About9 December 2017

Tip 4: The visible pipework can be installed in chrome or painted to match the colour of the wall behind it, to ensure it doesn’t stick out.

Melissa Maddison added this to All In: 5 Ways to Guarantee Your Family Shares the Housework24 July 2017

A tidy bathroom is a sparse bathroom. Keep bottles and jars to a minimum on the sink. And ensure there are some storage drawers with clean lines, or some pretty baskets with lids.

Adam Hobill : Design added this to Is Your Builder Giving it to You Straight?30 November 2015

Here are couple of examples of how variations may be applied:1. If the builder has miscalculated the number of bricks required to build a particular wall and needs an additional 500 bricks, the builder will be liable for the additional costs and a variation and margin cannot be charged to the client, as the drawings and scope of work have not changed. The additional cost must be absorbed by the builder as it was their error in quoting.2. If you ask the builder to install a Colorbond steel roof for an extension instead of the concrete roof tiles shown on the drawings, a variation and margin can be charged for the difference in the cost of roofing material, as the drawings stated concrete tiles and they were what the builder quoted.TELL USHave you been given any interesting advice about dealing with builders? Share your work-site stories in the Comments section.MOREDon’t Let the Builders Do Your Head In10 Things to Ask Your Builder Before Your Reno StartsRenovating on a Budget: How to Get More From Your Windows for Less

Grace Chamia added this to 10 Things to Check Before Signing Up for a New Rental17 June 2015

2. Water mattersPicture this: it’s a cold, dark morning, you’re stepping out of bed and head to the shower. You turn the tap on and… Hardly anything comes out – just a weak flow of water. First-world problem? Certainly. But low water pressure in the bathroom can be frustrating (and will make your showers more time consuming than they used to be). While you’re at it, you might also want to turn on that hot water tap to check how long it takes for hot water to run. It can definitely change your love of baths and showers forever.

Kerryn Ramsey added this to 10 Ways to Enjoy the Modern Charm of Subway Tiles20 October 2014

8. New orientationTo add an oh-so-modern look, a bathroom’s classic subway tile can be applied vertically rather than the traditional horizontal orientation. As well as creating a seamless look, the floor-to-ceiling tiles elongate the bathroom walls.Also see this example in mustard

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Inhabitat Interiors added this to Contemporary Bathroomyesterday

Vertical Subway Tiles in Brick Bond Pattern

slmille3 added this to Bathroom28 April 2020

Black fixtures with natural wood

Ellen Linstead Whitmore-Case Design/Remodeling Inc added this to martin's ideas10 April 2020

MBath - I know you said no to this wall and dark floor tile, just look again :) WE'LL SLEEP ON IT

April A added this to Master Bath4 March 2020

This tile layout could also work

Netty Schut added this to My ideas2 March 2020

t - wood with white vanity and tile vertical. not sure I like it.

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