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Kununurra Main Bathroom

Monochrome magic, prior to the renovation, this bathroom was past its use by date and the client had been looking into renovating it for a couple of years. The end result is a total transformation of the space into a light and airy bathroom with clean and practical lines.

The use of frameless shower screening and light coloured tiles opens the space up and excellent feature tiles make an understated impact. The good quality products will see this bathroom provide years of great service.

North Balgowlah Ensuite

Don't you love a before and after! This is a small 2.4m square en-suite and the previous positioning of the door gave the bathroom a very inefficient layout. It had a cramped shower and a small single basin vanity.

There was no space to make the en-suite any larger but, by moving the door, it enabled a change to the orientation to give far better use of space. There is now a double shower and a 1200mm vanity with double stone sinks, and more room was gained using the Geberit in-wall cistern.

With the new odour control and extraction system, the bathroom now doesn't build up mildew and there are no odours from the WC.

These clients chose Bathroomware House for the great pricing and range of high quality unique products. They say "Thanks to the help of Bathroomware House we have an amazing en-suite!"

Gordon Park Main

The owners of this bathroom keep getting "Wow" comments on their stunning renovation, and rightly so. This is a great example of what can be achieved when you keep the design simple and use quality products that speak for themselves. Modern minimal lines are carried through from the bath, which is allowed to be the unashamed hero of the room, to the wall hung toilet.

The monochrome colour palette allows the shapes to sing, with the circular mirror echoing the bath's and accessories' curves and providing contrast to the square forms in the room. The cleverly tiled storage niche above the bath is a great combination of form and function.

Kambah Main Bathroom and Powder Room

Before this renovation of a 1970’s home, the existing bathroom was small and there was a separate toilet. Some creative and clever designing altered the layout and moved existing doorways to achieve an impressive modern bathroom and a stylish powder room.

In order to accommodate a toilet within the bathroom, a 750mm vanity was chosen. However there was no compromise on storage space as the new 1500mm recessed shaving cabinets provide ample storage and open up the room. The glass shower screen, floating vanity and fluorescent lighting over the mirrored cabinets and stone vanity top creates a sense of space and the recessed shower niche is both elegant and trendy.

The pop-down wastes, corner footrest and Momento Fluid accessories complete the luxury hotel look.

Lilydale Main and Ensuite

The home was approaching 20 years old and the bathrooms were looking a little tired and out of date compared to the rest of the house which had been renovated 2 years previously. Thinking they would like to stay in the house for sometime, the client wanted to spruce them up and enjoy them.

Both bathrooms were very small, and there wasn’t much that could be done to change the layout, so they came in to the showroom for design advice as well as purchase. Clever management of layout, along with selection of quality fittings and finishes, has given bathrooms that are both practical and luxurious. Enclosing the cistern in the wall of the ensuite has given just a little more space and looks sleek and unobtrusive. The little lights in the drawers of the vanity really surprise at first but are both practical and fun.

They settled on the Waipori range from Methven - the Satinet Drencher shower heads and taper-ware with the inbuilt pressure control meant that we could both be using water without somewhere else in the house getting a cold shower.

Last but not least, the bath. So luxurious looking and is a hero, even in the small space.

Monash Main Bathroom

The use of vivid whites and softer creams for this bathroom have brightened and opened the area up. Great execution of space and a nice balance between the white and chrome finishes enhance the sense of space. This bathroom is warm and inviting while still having a clean and uncluttered feel and the lighter tiles open up the space well.

Mont Albert North Main Bathroom

This bathroom makes good use of a tight space, well executed neat and tidy. The sliding shower door creates more room and gaining an extra toilet is a great family outcome.

Narrabundah Main Bathroom

The old bathroom was literally falling apart, loose tiles and a discovered leak meant a full renovation was required.

Clever use of a floating vanity, open shower panel, inwall cistern, light coloured tiles and concealed lighting has really opened the bathroom up to become a luxurious but functional space. The shower and bath storage nooks, featuring contrasting tiles, are real features.

Weston Main Bathroom

The original 1970s bathroom and separate toilet were each very small. Combining the two rooms, and the clever placement of a wall to create an open wet area, has really opened the room right up. As a result, the Luna stone bath has been allowed to feature.