10 Mulgoa St. Brighton transitional-bathroom
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10 Mulgoa St. Brighton

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Mid-sized transitional master porcelain tile freestanding bathtub photo in Melbourne with white walls — Houzz

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sidney10 wrote:
Chandelier!! - Love the chandelier above the tub! Where can it be purchased?
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chardonnay

Can't seem to find the chandelier on Designer Chandeliers website do you know the name or model number?

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STUDIOMINT Architecture & Interiors

It's probably best to show them the photo - they may need to source it themselves.

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Patty Hoyt wrote:
how are the curtains attached? - Walls? Ceilings? Rods? Pics?
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Hi Patty Hoyt, the curtains are hanging of an integrated rail system that's flush with the ceiling.

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HU-53327

Beautiful....

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Barbara Bennewitz wrote:
What kind of tub and how much is it?
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Hi Barbara Bennewitz, the bathtub and vanity basins are from apaiser

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emkomitsky wrote:
What kind of fabric is the curtain? Thank you. Beautiful!
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STUDIOMINT Architecture & Interiors

Hi - the material is a white sheer voile. You can get this freely at most curtain places.

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taviat wrote:
Doors - Where are the doors from?
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STUDIOMINT Architecture & Interiors
HI There,
these doors were all custom made
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ceragibs wrote:
What is the floor tile?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jess McBride added this to The Art of the Window: Sheer Madness
2. Surround the tub. This elegant bathroom owes its charms to a white-on-white palette and the flowing fabric that cascades down around the bathtub. I’m a firm believer that unexpected touches (like draperies encasing a tub or an elegant chandelier in a utilitarian space) breathe magic into our daily activities and prove that luxury needn’t cost much.
Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: The Art of the Bath
After the bath, wrap up in a robe and continue to relax. Spend a few minutes after your bath savoring the feeling of complete relaxation. Wrap up in a fluffy robe and sip some tea or chilled lemon water, read or write in your journal — or simply close your eyes and rest.Tell us: How do you make the most of a relaxing bath?More:How to get up on the right side of the bed (even on Mondays)Browse thousands of bathroom photos

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Asma Ahmed added this to Lights
Beautiful bathtub area w/ chandelier and sheer curtains

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