Watsons Bay Beach HouseBeach Style Bathroom, Sydney
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Tapware is something you handle every day, so it’s important to take the time to choose the right style. You’ll want quality tapware that is durable and will stand the test of time both in terms of looks and performance. Replacing broken or under-performing taps can be a costly exercise as tiles may need to be removed for access – so it’s wise to choose well the first time around!
On the benchtopA concrete vanity benchtop is all a bathroom needs to rise to the top of the style stakes no matter what the design of your bathroom. This bathroom manages to mix traditional (the mirrors), with contemporary (vanity, tapware and flooring) and industrial (benchtop), and does so with confidence. The take-away? Don’t be a slave to a particular style.Tip: If you’re thinking about selling any time soon, rest assured that potential buyers will lay their eyes on that concrete benchtop first, and be suitably impressed.
Reflecting on the pastAn ultra-modern bathroom can be given a lovely twist with the addition of some old, but still beautiful, mirrors. The patina and style of these mirror frames bring a sense of history to this slick wash zone.