Natalie from the Palm Co

Design ideas for a contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a freestanding tub, a curbless shower, a one-piece toilet, white tile, white walls, porcelain floors, a vessel sink, grey floor, an open shower and white benchtops. —  Houzz
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Venka Adelaide wrote:23February,2019
  • Venka Adelaide

    Thank you very much!

  • kate3570

    Beautiful bathroom! Perfect balance of grey, white and wood. Can you tell me the approximate dimensions of the room? Is the loo opposite the vanity?

Dani Elle wrote:3July,2019
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    Bone Made

    Thanks so much! Mica lighting :)

gill jessup wrote:23March,2019
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    Bone Made
    Hey there lovely - the floor tile is from Beaumont tiles - ‘belga grey’ Matt - 450 x 450 format!
kimalderman wrote:23February,2019
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    Bone Made
    Hi there, thanks so much! it’s actually a custom built double vanity. We designed it @porterandmaple joinery manufactured it for us :)

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 30 Family-Friendly Bathrooms17 March 2019

12. Location: Sydney, NSWDesigner: Bone MadeFeatures: A floating vanity maximises space in a small family bathroom.

Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 32 Practical Bathroom Set-Ups13 February 2019

3. Location: Sydney, NSWDesigner: Bone MadeFeatures: A floating vanity and a simple palette of white, grey and mid-tone timber maximise the sense of space in this compact room.

Georgia Madden added this to 10 Bathroom-Layout Blunders You Don't Want to Make30 October 2018

2. Opening the door to a view of the toiletHaving the bathroom door open directly facing the toilet is neither stylish nor necessary.Solution: Tuck the loo behind the door or place it to the side where it’s not in full view when you open the bathroom door. Even more important, ensure that your main bathroom has a separate toilet so people do not have to wait for the loo when someone is using the shower.If queues are forming outside your bathroom every morning (with all the stress that brings!), consider upgrading your powder room so that it can be used as an ‘overflow room’ for family members who are getting ready. Do this by installing storage cabinetry, a basin and mirror. Tip: When planning the position of your toilet, allow at least 20 centimetres on either side of it for elbow room.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Melanie Jane Olsen added this to Bathroomyesterday

Love the bath, the shutters, the cabinet and sinks

Friederike Velazquez added this to webuser_709710626's ideas12 January 2020

White walls and fixtures, warmed by wooden cabinet, reclaimed wood stool, & wicker lamp

kay olli added this to Bathroom Ideas12 January 2020

Love the colour scheme and the light fixture!

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