<a href="https://www.surfaceview.co.uk/" target="_blank">Surface View</a>, a <em>House & Garden</em> favourite, combines extraordinary imagery with innovative technology, to create stunning bespoke prints
The dark ceiling was inspired by a project on *The Block*. “It gives the bathroom a cosy feel, with a little bit of drama,” Marilla says. **Basin** and **tapware** from [Swan Street Sales](http://www.swanstreet.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank"). Wall **tiles** from [Moorabbin Tile](http://www.moorabbintile.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank").: [object Object]
Allie told us, "I never would have been ambitious enough to tackle the mountain mural on my own." Sara helped her recreate the look of the snow-capped range with a fresh modern look to them. Afterwards, Sara confessed, "I’ve never painted a wall mural as part of the decor. It look a while to figure out the mountain scheme layout and the color palette but the end result was so worth it." <a href="https://www.homepolish.com/mag/harnessing-the-great-outdoors" target="_blank">See how they got…
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.