Bathrooms and Laundry
PeasInAPodQuick tiling question- need answer asap
15 March 2011
I'm not sure what you mean about the grout, but if it doesn't look right definitely question it. As mentioned above with your skirting/floor/wall tiles, anything goes,…
MissWould you ever have a wall hung clothes line in the laundry?
16 March 2011
We don't have a wall hung clothes line in the laundy but I wouldn't rule it out as an option. I actually have a built in robe in the laundry (shelf and rail) and the plan…
vanders2What basin is this and does anyone have one similar?
18 March 2011
or try this place if your in Melbourne, for half the price of a Reece basin, I couldn't spot the difference in quality. http://www.firstchoicewarehouse.com.au/ ... inner1.php
WoolyConfused about what order everything goes in.
18 March 2011
Hi I have been looking for info on order for bathroom. See link below http://www.freediyadvice.com.au/bathrooms.html It tells you the correct order and other handy…
onc_artisanHaving upstairs and downstairs directly above each other?
19 March 2011
FWIW it is more cost effective to position wet areas on 1 side, above is as good as it gets. all on 1 of the sides is a heap easier for plumbing, but can only imagine as…
SquirtyChookGirlBathroom tapware for an older style/cottage house
25 March 2011
I paid $450 for the basin set in the powder room. While they are not cheap, they are extremely well made (ceramic disc, etc.) and done so in Australia. We plan to be in…
SquirtyChookGirlIs it really so hard to keep small tiles clean?
7 April 2011
Thank you, Pippi, what a great look! I regret a few things with our new extension/reno and they are not going with the floor and wall tiles I REALLY wanted in the…
sirgoatBathroom accessories - is it worth paying more?
12 April 2011
we use cheap fittings in our rentals. i always throw out the fixings it comes with and grab some spring or gravity toggles. If they come off the wall the tenant has a…
chatterboxshower cubicle ( the all singing and dancing type) vs tiled
12 April 2011
thanks for that - had a look at the web site - dont think I would like the price of the unit... (would probably need a shower seat to sit down on)
PhillshzHelp on deciding: separate or combined shower/laundry
16 April 2011
Yeah i`d stick with the current version myself,i`d just replace the laundry door with a CSD to keep the space behind the door that you would lose with the door open. Its a…
kytonbathroom tile pics......anyone???
18 April 2011
Kek had compiled the previous threads:- viewtopic.php?f=21&t=37089&p=550833&hilit=show+us+bathroom#p550833
becks81Vanity Polytech woodgrain direction and Polytech - HELP?
19 April 2011
Thanks Kyton. We went with Polytech in the end with the grain running horizontally. I'm so excited!!! My new stress is the shower: feature mosaic, shower rail and recess…
sceen7Underfloor heating vs flextray membranes
21 April 2011
This question doesnt neatly fit into any of the forum headings..... so here goes. We are planning a flexitray floor for our main bathroom with tiles over. For this room we…
AlvinMcFrameless vs Semi-Frameless Shower - Costs?
22 April 2011
Yes, frameless showers tend to use thicker glass...½ inch glass panels and ⅜ inch doors for maximum stability. Also, they are as the name implies have to frame, just…
tonyeliza01Possible sewage breather pipe in laundry cupboard
23 April 2011
Thanks for your reply. You could be right as there is a hole on one edge of the basin (about 5cm in diameter where the washing machine waste water hose should be connected…