Almost three-quarters of clients who contact us looking for a bathroom renovation quote in Perth will often start out by saying “I have a really small bathroom”. This statement most of the time is true with some exceptions I shall not name. So the right type of advice is crucial on these types of bathrooms with the below great articles that have real bathroom advice will help you with bathroom topics storage, tiles and practical before and afters that all help you visualise your small bathroom space in a better light.
Many older bathrooms are small by design, especially in certain Perth WA suburbs. They were built during a time when bathrooms were thought of as practical spaces, not spaces designed for relaxation. Today the bathrooms we build have both in mind. People want a beautiful space but want that space to feed their busy needs. Generally, the smaller bathrooms in Perth are the ensuites and this is just of years of doing bathroom renovations in this city.
Every bathroom needs storage plain and simple. The problem in a small bathroom is that storage space takes up room in the bathroom itself so how can you get around the problem?
Ensuite bathroom renovations in Perth are the last renovation people seem to do in their house as it’s the one room often people don’t see so it becomes a non-priority. A small ensuite is not ideal as it is often used by more than one person so what can be done?
7 Small Perth Ensuite Renovation Tips
For most of us we are all trying to create more space in our homes. The reality is our bathrooms have an overflowing drawer of make-up, deodorants, razors, spare toothpaste and toilet roll, and those sample size amenities we take from hotels, with the thought that they’ll be useful for the gym or our next holiday (but never actually use!) –
It’s 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.
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