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Trendy limestone tile freestanding bathtub photo in Melbourne with black walls and gray countertops

RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSIONContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne


Trendy limestone tile freestanding bathtub photo in Melbourne with black walls and gray countertops —  Houzz

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Rosemary Freitas wrote:Dec 25, 2012
What is that black wall made of?

  • Jason Auxier
    Can you tell me what brand of tub that is
  • PRO
    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    The tub was purchased from a retailer in Australia.
    Their website address is www.caroma.com.au
    If you click onto their tub selection and then the "INDULGE COLLECTION"
    you will be able to view the tub.

    Dominic Bagnato
Paula Alexander wrote:Feb 6, 2015
Where can I get the tub?

  • PRO
    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    We purchased this bath tub from REECE Plumbing.
    Their website is www.reece.com.au
    The brand is called Caroma.
    Dominic Bagnato
brendashirleyg wrote:Mar 11, 2015
  • PRO
    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors


    The flooring we used is a limestone tile called "Chiampo Limestone" the tile was honed so that it was smooth.

    We purchased them from a supplier called CDK stone here in
    Their contact NO: is (03) 8552 6000. Ask for Tony Victor and mention our
    name as we think he is a great supplier and we work with them regularly.

lothse wrote:Jun 24, 2015
plefrois wrote:Jun 24, 2015
Amazing wall....what is the wall behind the tub? Stunning!

  • renoitwell
    Perhaps a soapstone. If not, you achieve a very similar look with oiled soapstone.
  • PRO
    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors


    The wall is made up of two slabs of marble called "black Nero Tempest marble"

    Isn't it amazing what mother nature can provide from the earth.

Stone plus Cabinet wrote:Aug 5, 2015
Black marble wall covering

- Is it by marble Nero Marquina?

philadelphia1911 wrote:Sep 10, 2015
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    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors


    Sorry it has taken me a little while to get back to you. We didn't acid wash the tiles, we made sure that the tile layers cleaned up after themselves and we hired professional cleaners at the end of the project to just use suitable cleaning chemical for marble & travertine. At no stage did we use acid.

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