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Fitzroy North HouseContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne

Dark floor tiles laid in a herringbone pattern wrap up the shower wall and into the skylight over the shower. Timber joinery , marble benchtop, full height mirror and Venetian plaster add contrast and warmth to the bathroom.

Thank you for all the interest in the tile. It's called Mountains Black (600x75mm) and is supplied by Perini Tiles Bridge Rd Richmond, Melbourne Victoria Australia

Image by: Jack Lovel Photography

Inspiration for a small contemporary master black tile and porcelain tile porcelain floor and black floor bathroom remodel in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a two-piece toilet, a vessel sink, marble countertops and black walls —  Houzz
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bjandchris wrote:Feb 7, 2018
  • bjandchris

    Thank you so much! I was concerned about cracking the mirror.

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    MMAD Architecture
    you will need to have the mirror made to order with the holes in the correct place
Karen Marquis wrote:Jan 9, 2018
  • fritzler

    It is beautiful! What are the interior wall dimensions of the bathroom space?

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    Quality Bath

    Hi Karen,

    You can learn more about linear shower drains in this blog post - installation, placement, design, maintenance...Feel free to reach out with any questions!

mjmatouk wrote:Jun 3, 2017
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    MMAD Architecture
    @Mjmatouk - the floor and wall tile is called Mountains Black 75x600 and we're supplied by Pirini Tiles in Richmond Victoria. The white walls are a polished / Venetian plaster applied on site.
  • Beverly Harrah

    Absolutely Stunning!

tandc9 wrote:Jun 15, 2018
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    MMAD Architecture
    Sorry I can't recall as it was some time ago and these lights were selected and supplied by the client
jmathew22 wrote:Jun 11, 2018
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    MMAD Architecture

    Hi there. I can't recall the exact grout colour. As it wasn't on my original schedule since we selected it at the time on install. We opted for a warmer grey tone to allow the tiles to pop whilst making sure the grout didn't dominate the pattern which (would be the case with a white)

    I'm not sure what you mean with your question about the edges. However whenever we need to return a tile face down I'd always opt for a mitred tile edge (not that we needed to here... we specifically avoided the need by using a Venetian Plaster finish on the walls with niches.)

pholm wrote:Mar 29, 2018
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    MMAD Architecture
    Thanks for that. I've updated the description....and fired the marketing department
Inspyre Home Design wrote:Mar 28, 2018
Renee martinez wrote:Nov 3, 2017
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    MMAD Architecture

    Hi Renee. The vanity and mirrors were all custom designed by MMAD and made by the joiner.

natters123 wrote:Jul 12, 2017
Isabella Hochschild wrote:Jul 7, 2017
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    MMAD Architecture

    From memory the full length is about 3.4m (the toilet is behind the door) but from the end of the bath to the end shower it's about 2.6m

Ash Lem wrote:Jun 7, 2017
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    MMAD Architecture
    Hi Ash
    Thanks for your kind words. The vanity is custom made joinery piece and designed to match the rest of the house finishes. It's a wall mounted drawer unit with drawer fronts made of White Smoked American Oak boards. Elba marble vanity top and the basins are Deonne matte by Dado with Astra Walker Metropolis range

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Trending Now: The 20 Most Popular New Bathrooms of 2017Nov 17, 2017

5. Herringbone Huzzah!The seamless continuity provided by the herringbone pattern here is a stunner. And the curbless shower stall makes it even more so. Notable details: The cantilevered vanity allows the herringbone floor to extend even farther.Chevron, Herringbone, Flame Stitch: What’s the Difference?

Gabrielle Chariton added this to Tile Trends: Styles You Need to KnowAug 14, 2017

Creative layouts. We’re seeing designers add flair and interest by creating pattern with tile layouts, Earp says. “Designers are steering clear of the obvious tile-laying patterns to create a more unique, custom look.”

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lucille Flood added this to Wet room3 days ago

A chevron or herringbone pattern can make a room appear bigger, as the shapes move the eye along the surfaces. In this bathroom, the tiles lead the way along the floor and up the wall to make the space feel longer and taller

Melanie Graham added this to Floors5 days ago

I like the Chevron in the shower

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