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Wilston Renovation

Hannah Puechmarin Photography
Bath/shub Frimley house - aramanu_ropiha

Carlton Bathroom Renovation - Contemporary design using a feature tile wall

Contemporary bathroom design, compact space achieving maximum storage. Use of texture to impact on the finished result of the bathroom.

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Elwood Extension

Frosted glass to seperate toilet - jasmine_j_tucker

Mordialloc 01

feature wall w small tiles - njoy_bower

Rosanna Residence

pared fondo - juliaperal

the Cable House

Lillie Thompson
Custom cabinetry makes use of cut wall - kimclementson

Clinton Ave, Burleigh Heads

RIX Ryan Photography

Preston New House

Tatjana Plitt
I like these tiles - rhonda_jordan86

Murphy House

Julian Gries Photography
Little bit of timber to soften a white bath room. - colleen_goldsworthy

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Mid-Century Renewal

Luxury finishes in the ensuite meet the midcentury modern brief. The bespoke vanity features handmade handles/pulls and a unique pendant light hangs over the bath. Photographer: Matthew Forbes
small tiles on walls, big on floor - sandy_pike79

Great Ocean Road Residence

Builder: Eco Sure Building - Photographer: Nikole Ramsay - Stylist: Emma O'Meara

Stylish Sandringham Renovation

May Photography
this is quite nice - I do like the mosiacs - debbienet6324

Lafayette House 1

Vivian Johnson Photography

Moroccan Mermaid Bathroom

Snowberry Lane Photography
Shelves - thewakelins

"Greige" Master Bathroom in Gurnee, IL

Hiding hair dryer and brushes in this grooming pull out cabinet with electrical on the inside to keep cords nice and neat!
hairdryer caddy!! - jayandlucy

Modern Minneapolis Ranch

Farm Kid Studios
hidden hairdryer and tall bottles - waikeri

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modern ranch in san jose

Skylight floods the master bath with natural light. Porcelain wall tiles by Heath Ceramics. Photo by Scott Hargis.
Colour and shower - thewakelins

Holmes Ave .Master bath, Laundry and Powder room

This master bath was dark and dated. Although a large space, the area felt small and obtrusive. By removing the columns and step up, widening the shower and creating a true toilet room I was able to give the homeowner a truly luxurious master retreat. (check out the before pictures at the end) The ceiling detail was the icing on the cake! It follows the angled wall of the shower and dressing table and makes the space seem so much larger than it is. The homeowners love their Nantucket roots and wanted this space to reflect that.