arkee creative interior design, private residence bathroom in melbournes inner north.  Subway tiles + oak timber + marble + copper pendants

arkee creative interior design, private residence bathroom in melbournes inner north. Subway tiles + oak timber + marble + copper pendants [L]

basin and black tap

The Block: A Secret Wedding, Rigged Votes and That Beautiful Wooden Bath

White marble wall tiles in bathroom / wood shelf and wood bench in bathroom / glass pendant lights in bathroom / Laufen basin

If you love #subwaytile, look into #fishscale--trust us! (Our favorite examples via the link in our bio)! via @cathinthecity #SOdomino

VOLA Black taps for Bathroom “// THOSE Carrara Marble Fish Scale Mosaics + that oversized BLACK shower head ;) Styled by for Photo by

Caesarstone launch new marble inspired design - The Interiors Addict

Caesarstone launch new marble inspired design

Caesarstone’s new Statuario Maximus™ marble inspired design features broad warm grey veins sweeping across its soft white base colour, further enriched by delicate background veins.

Floor and wall tiles with a subtle textural finish give this contemporary bathroom added warmth. See more of this [modern-classic Victorian cottage renovation](http://www.homestolove.com.au/gallery-rachel-and-martys-modern-classic-victorian-cottage-renovation-1978|target="_blank"). Photo: Maree Homer / *homes+*: [object Object]

Floor and wall tiles with a subtle textural finish give this contemporary bathroom added warmth. See more of this modern-classic Victorian cottage renovation. Photo: Maree Homer / homes+

bathroom design ideas with marble

Designer Nancy Boszhardt said, "We were so lucky to come across this marble. It's no longer available and there was just enough for the master bathroom.

When planning a new bathroom, renovation or just an update, the finishing touches can make all the difference. From deciding on a shower hook to the tile colours, every decision counts. But when it comes to the materials and overall look and feel of the space, you just can’t go past quality.

When planning a new bathroom, renovation or just an update, the finishing touches can make all the difference. From deciding on a shower hook to the tile colours, every decision counts. But when it comes to the materials and overall look and feel of the space, you just can’t go past quality.

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Have been dying to share this image of the completed ensuite at our Neutral Bay…

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