Sydney City Apartment Contemporary Bathroom, Sydney
Design by Minosa
Design by Minosa
Example of a mid-sized trendy master white tile light wood floor bathroom design in Sydney with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, wood countertops and white walls — Houzz
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13. Engaging lighting. Castagna and Genner predict that the use of smart, intuitive and engaging lights in the bathroom will become a key trend for 2015. “Bathrooms and kitchens are fixed and fitted — once you screw something to a wall or tile a floor, they’ll be there for a very long time, so it’s important to be not too trendy,” the designers say. “Be smart about your decisions and layer things well — for example, with good lighting.”What smart lighting solutions do Castagna and Genner recommend for the bathroom? “People want bathrooms that engage them, so they may want an accent light, a feature light or a sensor light that lights up their vanity or shaving cabinet once someone walks in,” they say.Sink fixtures: Gessi Goccia, Retreat Design; wall covering and Antonio Lupi shower base system: Corian; flooring: engineered oak, Salvage
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5. Lighting. Lighting is one of the most common items to cause a budget blowout, and there are several factors that contribute to this. First, it’s rare that an electrical plan is completed at the quoting stage. Second, because many people are unaware of the lighting options available (and the associated costs) when quotes are being prepared, they haven’t yet put enough time into considering their choices. This can lead to the cost being underestimated in terms of number and type of lights. Make sure you visit a showroom in the early stages of your project to be better informed about what the builder is quoting.
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3. Don’t forget the power of good lighting. Placing lights strategically is another way to make a compact master bathroom feel bigger. Use LED strip lighting to bathe entire walls and floors with a soft, diffused light that resembles daylight. Add lighting to the top of a concealed bulkhead or beneath a vanity, so the vanity appears to float. These are very effective methods of lighting a small en suite. Tip: Concealing the light source is a smart trick you might consider incorporating into your bathroom design — you’ll find that it visually extends the space.
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So this is how I could achieve the timber veneer on cabinetry while maintaining timber look vinyl flooring. As long as the flooring texture and colour do not clash with the cabinetry.