Trawling the internet for bathroom materials unearthed some real gems, including the antique Spanish floor tiles ([eBay](http://www.ebay.com.au/|target="_blank")) and metal baskets ([Etsy](http://www.etsy.com/au/|target="_blank")). The original owner’s old workbench was up-cycled into a beautiful bathroom vanity complete with white basin sourced at a salvage yard, as were the wall tiles.
This outdoor kitchen by Outdoor Homescapes of Houston features (from left) a Big Green Egg grill, an RCS outdoor refrigerator, an RCS grill, an RCS side burner and an outdoor sink. More at www.outdoorhomescapes.com/blog
I've got a deep, deep obsession with encaustic cement tiles. The eco-friendly tiles, which date back to the 12th century, are individually formed in a hand forged metal frame and deposited with pigmented cement slurries. The frame is removed and additional layers of cement are added and
Andy, I'd like a sink like this one with the shelf underneath if possible as I'm not so keen on seeing the boxing in. Let me know if possible ? West One Bathroom can get a similar sink called an Agape Evo E2. Thoughts please x