Glebe House

Murray Fredericks

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Julia Fairley added this to Bathroom Ergonomics: 9 Tips for Designing an Efficient Space18 July 2017

2. Rethink the position of your bath and shower tapsHave you ever turned on the shower taps and had to duck to one side to avoid getting splashed by a stream of water? This common design flaw usually results from the shower taps being positioned too close to the shower head – sometimes even directly beneath it. To evade standing in the line of fire, so to speak, try placing your taps on a facing wall, which this double walk-in shower does to great effect in a Sydney bathroom.If you need to combine a shower and bath to save space, avoid placing your shower taps behind a fixed glass screen. This ergonomic faux pas forces you to reach awkwardly behind the screen to grasp the taps while leaning precariously over the tub. In the long term your back will thank you for it.

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Katherine added this to Master Bath11 January 2020

Wall towel bars. Wonder if could find towel warmer like it

sbool added this to Downstairs Bath30 December 2019

check out the shower and how it is installed with no visual sight lines

Stuart Douglas added this to Bathroom En-suite1 December 2019

Lighter mosaics to mix up texture of walls

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