Before and After – Classic Bathroom Layout

Seeing examples of something is the easiest way to decide if you like it or not. One of the things i tell clients all the time is look at as many examples as you can when it comes to bathrooms. Now i’m not saying overwhelm your self i mean it more in a way of picking up things you like and you don’t like. The purpose of this series is 1. everyone loves seeing a transformation and 2. seeing a transformation that is the same or similar layout to yours makes the world of difference. If you missed the first series click here. It covers the same layouts as below except with a freestanding bath.

 

Canning Vale Bathroom Renovation

 *Note – This bathroom does not use the nib wall like the other bathrooms in this series. This is an example of the owner choosing the gap instead if you want the pros and cons of the gap v nib wall click here.  The other star of the bathroom is the undermounted stone top which gives a classy feel to the room.

 Bathroom Renovations Success 

 *Note – Hobless showers like this allow for a cleaner look on the floors. The key to hobless showers is to have the tiling spot on so the water does not run out. A key note is to remember semi frameless screens are the best for hobless showers.

Bayswater Bathroom Renovation 

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*Note – This bathroom is an example of how walls close in a space. Just by removing the wall and replacing with see-through glass it creates a big feel to the room. This is an example that it does not matter how dark your floor is the light wall tile will make the difference.

Leeming Bathroom Renovation 

*Note – The client used two different floor tiles for this bathroom. One was a 300mm x 300mm which was in the shower and the other was a 300mm x 600mm on the outside. They did this to maximise the drainage in the shower. The other star of this bathroom is the frameless shower screen which ha a nib wall internally.

Safety Bathroom Bathroom Renovation 

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The floor tile for this bathroom which is called Ferrari 300mm x 600mm is one of the most beautiful tiles in person. The wall hung vanity still works with a nib wall and a hob but the feeling of space does get lost.

If keeping your budget down is your plan these examples are the best at that. They keep the plumbing where it is and just makes the room better. Generally, the most expensive aspect will be the custom-made screen but one way to avoid that is do a pre-made screen. What you should keep in mind though as some pre-made screens are generic and the tiling needs to be spot on to accommodate these products. If you are unsure about baths read our article here that covers the pros and cons of having a bathtub. Happy renovating and always remember enjoy the process of creating something new and beautiful as its really rewarding for all the hard work you put in.

Its important to note that all our advice is general in nature and all bathrooms are unique so always speak to your local qualified tradesman for the best advice. At on the ball bathrooms we love feedback so let us know what you think with a comment below or if you are looking for a bathroom renovation quote and live in Perth, Western Australia contact us on 0419964678 or email us at ontheballbathrooms@gmail.com

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