Brighton East RenovationTransitional Bathroom, Melbourne

Mid-sized transitional blue tile and white tile bathroom photo in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, an undermount sink and blue walls —  Houzz
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HZModern wrote:Oct 31, 2016
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    Williams Cabinets

    Thankyou for your kind words. This vanity has been built using Likewood Monaco Oak which is actually pre-finished melamine material which has a sychronised texture & lacquered finish to closely replicate real wood. Like other pre-finished boards this is finished with a matching 1mm ABS edge.

  • HZModern
    Thank you!
taranwarner wrote:Jan 17, 2017
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    eat.bathe.live

    Thanks! We love this one too :)

    We used a porcelain floor tile sourced from Tiento Tiles in Melbourne - see the link here.

    J.

taranwarner wrote:Sep 28, 2016
Christina wrote:Aug 20, 2016
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    Williams Cabinets

    The benchtops used for this renovation are Caesarstone Fresh Concrete (4001) in 20mm with a pencil round edge, hope this helps.

nealsignature wrote:Jun 20, 2016
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    eat.bathe.live
    Hi There,
    This is a custom mirrored cabinet (recessed into wall cavity).
    J.
Demet Kebapçılar wrote:Jun 11, 2016
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    Williams Cabinets

    The overall vanity width is 1450mm with a 650mm wide centre cabinet and equal cabinets each side of that. The shaving cabinet is the same width and is 1030mm high. I hope this helps.

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Choosing a simple shaped tile will save money and time as the tiler has an easier job planning the layout of the tiles to match the pattern.

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