Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly

BATHROOMS

With droughts plaguing our land and Australians’ water usage one of the highest in the world, ideas for water conservation are in constant motion. Australia will always be a dry continent, but we do have opportunities to change the way we use water. And what better place to look at liquid consumption than the bathroom?

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