WindsorContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Richard Whitbread

Contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with a wall-mount sink, an open shower, black tile, ceramic tile, black walls, ceramic floors and an open shower. —  Houzz
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      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      juliafairley
      Julia Fairley added this to Picture Perfect: 36 Lush Indoor-Outdoor Bathrooms11 October 2018

      5. Shadowy sanctuary. Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Daniel Ash Architects

      theplumbette
      The Plumbette added this to 5 Reasons Your Bathroom Smells Funky (and How to Fix the Problem)19 December 2017

      5. Push plugs and basin wastesPush plugs are a convenient fitting that removes the annoyance of having to find a plug to fill the basin. However, push plugs are notorious for accumulating hair, soap and toothpaste over time, which congeals and hardens under the plug and will eventually cause your push plug to get stuck. Whatever accumulates under the push plug can also build up in the basin trap waste. After a while, the basin waste can produce a sulphur-like smell. Tip: Drain-cleaning products can remove this smell, as it will dissolve the organic matter that causes the smell. Alternatively, replacing the push plug and basin waste can remove the smell instantaneously.

      samanthavanegmond
      Samantha van Egmond added this to How to Use Dark Shades to Best Effect in Your Home2 March 2017

      5. Go monochromeLike the opposing yet complementary energies of Yin and Yang, there’s no simpler way to make black work than by pairing it with white. It’s a classic look that never dates, but try keeping decor to a minimum with the exception of some lush greenery, which injects just the right amount of colour and texture to a monochrome scheme.

      joanna_tovia
      Joanna Tovia added this to Black Bathrooms That are Anything but Bland28 August 2016

      A contrasting floor can also prevent black from becoming too dominating in the room. The natural stone tiles in this bathroom soften the look without taking away its edge.

      adam_hobill
      Adam Hobill : Design added this to Renovating Your Bathroom? Watch Out for These Hidden Costs1 June 2016

      Waterproofing blundersWaterproofing is probably the most important thing in your bathroom, yet you will never see it. This may be one of the reasons that it’s sometimes not completed with the care and patience required. The waterproofing membrane is applied to the floor and walls of the bathroom before it gets tiled, and, depending on which state you live in, there are certain warranties and certificates that need to be provided to ensure the work has been done correctly. Fixing failed waterproofing can be very expensive and disruptive to your new bathroom, given that there may need to be a lot of tiles removed to locate and correct the problem area.

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      Simon Farrell-Green added this to Showers Without Borders: Bring the Outside In31 March 2016

      Of course, it’s easy to do that in the tropics: showering outside in the depth of winter in New Zealand however – especially if you live in the South Island – is neither practical nor particularly relaxing. But there are ways of bringing the outside in while you’re washing – as these great examples show.

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      shawnfoy
      Shawn added this to Kate24 October 2019

      Really like black walls in bathroom

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