Before & After – Small Bathrooms Perth

One of the most common ways people describe their bathroom to me is how small it is.  A small ensuite or bathroom is not ideal as it is often used by more than one person so what can be done? Well, this is not that post, that post is Click Here for tips for a small bathroom renovation. Below will be examples of different kinds of small bathrooms that we have done to give you some ideas to help during your next renovation as nothing helps more than seeing your space and making it better.

Kingsley Bathroom Renovation

Rounded mirror cabinets really add a pop to a bathroom that can not be understated.

IMG_7240IMG_9742Extra Info – The use of a feature wall is a  modern concept but works because it does not add a third tile to the room.


Atwell Bathroom Renovation

One of my favorite bathrooms we have ever completed not just because the owners were wonderful but more for the great use of space.

IMG_2342IMG_5253_editedExtra Info – Getting rid of the corner spa often in these renovations from the early 2000’s this ensuite really pops with the use of White Marble 600mm x 600mm and Concrete Finish Floors


 Canning Vale Bathroom

The owners of this canning vale bathroom wanted to utilize the dead space at the back of there shower that many of these bathrooms have. By adding in a walk in shower that maximized the space.

IMG_5172IMG_8381Extra Info – Strip lighting can really add a pop to a neutral room and can always be changed.


Bathroom Renovation Brentwood

Like most of the small ensuites below the renovations, we do maximize space with either a better layout or fittings to improve the space.



Bathroom Renovation Maylands

Full height tiling can make a small room feel so much bigger. It adds depths.


Extra Info – Wall hung vanities create a more seamless feel to the bathroom with no walls to the groundbreaking up view.


Open Shower With Toilet

The below bathroom uses an open shower with a toilet directly opposite the shower are often being in line with a splash.

Kinglsey Bathroom Renovation

The key to this wonderful renovation below is the large frameless shower screen and the full height tiling with the right tile. They both make the room feel expansive and clean.

IMG_5912IMG_8236_editedExtra Info – Black tapware on concrete tiles are a timeless feature that works


Bathroom Renovation Churchlands

The crazy thing about this ensuite is the previous owners had renovated the bathroom to take out the toilet and install a gigantic vanity. The new owners wanted that toilet back! but still wanted a larger double vanity with plenty of storage.

IMG_6888IMG_9295Extra Info – Ceiling high mirror cabinets are not always practical but how can you never have enough storage


 Balcatta Bathroom Renovation

Often with this style of renovation, we would place all items on the same wall to have the room function at its best. The owner for this renovation though wanted a much larger vanity and a compromise was come up with awesome results.

IMG_7120IMG_2817_editedExtra Info – When building shower niches be careful of the shower head you pick as it may impact that look and use of the box.


Marangaroo Bathroom Renovation

The owners of this bathroom were looking to declutter as much as possible.

IMG_0140 (1)IMG_9401Extra Info – Wall-mounted toilets are a lot more work and costly but can really add to making a bathroom feel more streamlined.


Corner Screen Ensuite –

Below are ensuites that use a screen with a door with either a 3 part Panel or a sliding shower screen for better use of space.

Bathroom Renovation North Fremantle

 Extra Info – The highlight of this bathroom is the tiling which is a pro tip we use to make a small room feel exciting by diverting your eyes to a wow factor.


Bathroom Renovation Thornlie

 Extra Info – This is the most practical screen for this style of renovation as it moves inwards opposed to swinging parts that move into the vanity or toilet


Bathroom Renovation Lesmurdie

Extra Info – 3 part panel shower screens allow for a central door but often does narrow the size of the door.


Bathroom Renovations Yokine

Extra Info – This bathroom was designed by a client that wanted to have storage and high walls. While I don’t recommend having large walls in a room as I feel it narrows the space by adding subway tiling it makes a feature out of it.

29215951_1662258427197697_3451043412457816064_oTwo Nib Walls

Full-Screen Bathrooms

Below are corner screen examples that use a full screen and door often in a corner with a nib wall or without.

Redcliffe Bathroom Renovation

IMG_0674IMG_8086IMG_8179_editedExtra Info -Black trim is great for those external corners that can match into the tapware.

 Shelley Bathroom Renovation

IMG_0386IMG_7282IMG_7393_editedIMG_7330_editedExtra Info – Wall hung vanities are great for creating space. The use of large-format tiles such as this 600mm x 600mm are great for making it easier to keep clean.

So the only type of small bathroom off this list is what I call – ALL IN A ROW where all your items are on the same wall. Click Here For That Before and After

Small bathrooms can be annoying plain and simple.  A lot of our bathroom we renovation in Perth have are ensuites on the smaller side and our clients are often frustrated trying to make this space the best it can be. The way I always look at it is aim to de-clutter, whether its the mirror cabinet to get items off the benchtop or making a shower floor hobless you want to create a minimalist bathroom at all times.

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. If you are looking for a bathroom renovation quote and live in Perth, Western Australia just email us at

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