North Carlton RenovationTransitional Bathroom, Melbourne

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Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional gray tile porcelain floor bathroom remodel in Melbourne with white cabinets, an undermount sink, quartz countertops, white walls, a one-piece toilet and shaker cabinets —  Houzz
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Julie Cabanas Miller wrote:February 2, 2016
  • PRO

    Hi there!

    The toilet is a Fowler Seido back to wall pan with an inwall cistern.


  • Marcy
    Why on earth would they caulk between toilet and floor? Bummed that it's the first thing that leaps out at me in this pic:(
DeAnne Dolphin wrote:December 10, 2016
  • kimberley_kay_adams

    Mid-Valley Tile and Design in Corvallis Oregon can supply these tiles!

  • PRO

    Thanks for sharing :)

amyreid99 wrote:March 23, 2017
  • PRO

    Thank you! We love this project too :)

    All of the cabinetry was custom designed for this project by us, and made by Williams Cabinets. All of this cabinetry was recessed into the wall, giving us extra storage depth and ensuring the cabinets didn't protrude to far out from the wall.

    Hope this helps! Let me know if you have further queries.


Dana Thayer wrote:March 14, 2017
kazylady2 wrote:March 6, 2017
  • PRO

    Hi There,

    Apologies for my delayed reply! The tile is the Alchimia Ars Mix2 by Quintessenza, see the following link for detail Quintessenza - Alchimia Tile

    We sourced this from Urban Edge Ceramics in Melbourne, Australia.


fashionracer wrote:April 4, 2016
mdcekander wrote:August 19, 2015
  • PRO

    Hi there,

    The white wall tile is called 'Emotions' and is available from Urban Edge Ceramics in Richmond, Vic


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Are You a Manager, a Micromanager or a Hands-Off Remodeler?March 7, 2019

2. The MicromanagerWhy being a micromanager can be a good thing. Micromanagers get a bad rap, but there is an upside to this management style: Micromanagers tend to be detail-oriented, proactive and good on a deadline. This can be a real help when it comes to those hundreds (maybe thousands?) of decisions that must be made during a remodel. Where others may collapse from the pressure, a micromanager will likely thrive.Drawbacks of micromanaging. Becoming overly involved in your home project — to the point that you are trying to control every tiny detail — can slow down or stall work, create frustration on the part of the pros you have hired and ultimately make for a not-very-pleasant working experience. Are there times when it pays to micromanage? Certainly, and we’ll look at those next. But keep it up and you will exhaust everyone … including yourself!

Tailorly, Professional Home Organizing added this to Not Ready to Remodel Your Bathroom? Try a Mini MakeoverSeptember 15, 2017

Upgrade your toilet. Changing the toilet cover and seat is a quick way to spruce an old toilet. There are two standard seat sizes: round and oblong. I recommend purchasing from the same manufacturer as your toilet; colors come in many shades, so this can help ensure a better match. Soft-close lids are also a nice feature and may even encourage family members to practice better seat-down habits!7 Designers’ Go-To Loos

Pipe Perfection Plumbers added this to 6 Plumbing Hacks for Pocket-Size PropertiesNovember 10, 2016

1. Tinker with the toilet. Many decorators will have ideas about how to create the illusion of space in a small room or house, but the trick is to free up space. And most of the time, the busiest and most-used rooms in the house — the bathroom, laundry and kitchen — are the best rooms to start with.If you find your fixtures take up too much space, slim them down or get rid of them altogether. A wall-hung toilet with a concealed tank, for example, saves precious capacity in the smallest room in the house. The tank sits in the wall and the buttons and bowl are all you can see. Be aware, though, that concealed tanks can pose an access problem for your plumber and one day that tank will need maintenance and, eventually, replacement.Pro tips: Hide an access panel, or position the tank where the wall it backs onto is a closet or cabinet, and buy only well-known brands so replacement parts are easily found.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

T D added this to Toby's ideas3 days ago

No frame on mirror. Shelvess Backed in wood rather than mirror.

theresa_freund added this to Lindsey's remodelJanuary 19, 2020

Shelving above toilet and mirror above sink

Ashlee Felder added this to Small BathroomJanuary 5, 2020

I like the small storage above toilet

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