White Gum House

Anjie Blair Photography

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lauravenuto
Laura Venuto added this to The Secret to Designing a Self-Cleaning Bathroom15 July 2018

Lose the cubicleEnclosed shower screens are great at keeping water contained (a pet hate is totally open bathrooms that remain eternally wet from one end to the other), but the traditional shower frame is also freakishly good at attracting mould and gunk in all those corners and crevices. The glass panes themselves are also a pain to keep clean. In time, they can develop glass rot which leaves them permanently foggy and streaked. A small, non-enclosed shower screen is not only easier to clean, but less expensive to replace down the track.

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bobflowers1
bobflowers1 added this to Master Bath BF & MF27 February 2020

TILES like 2' x 2' size, honed, groutless. Like mirror but lower

rmoraitou
rmoraitou added this to houzz5 February 2020

αν ντύσουμε μπανιέρα και έδαφος με γκρι ανθρακί πλακάκι

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Hannah Dobie added this to Bathroom1 February 2020

Wood might look ok with black tub

leannejelliott
leannejelliott added this to En-suite19 January 2020

Vanity design and colours in room

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