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Alisa & Lysandra Albert Park Renovation Episode 4

Alisa and Lysandra’s Albert Park first floor bathroom contains more layers than first meet the eyes. Hidden within the modern, minimal-seeming bathroom design are hints of different styles and trends.

Scroll down to discover the tiles they chose.

Their choice of floor tiles, Promenado, boasts an exposed aggregate concrete look, but with all the benefits of a glazed porcelain tile. Concrete is already a durable and low-maintenance material, but porcelain takes it one step further. These tiles won’t ever need to be resealed and they’re even tougher than the concrete that inspires their design.

The walls showcase a stone look tile, and Alisa & Lysandra go large with a 600x1200mm size. The blend of natural textures and the man-made industrial application of natural stones referenced in the terrazzo tiles adds an exciting dimension to the new bathroom. Unfortunately, these tiles are no longer ranged but the below tiles are suggested to get the look;

GET THE LOOK WITH THESE TILE SUBSTITUTES

And that’s not all. The twins’ bathroom also includes a sly nod to – and clever new take on – framed shower screens. Is this the start of a new trend?

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