For most of us, we are all trying to create more space in our homes. The reality is our small Perth bathrooms have an overflowing drawer of make-up, deodorants, razors, spare toothpaste, and toilet roll lastly let’s not forget those sample size amenities we take from hotels, with the thought that they’ll be useful but never actually use!
A shower niche/box/shelf is a practical and stylish vessel for all your necessities. The reason I have used so many slashes as like all parts of renovations different tradesman have different names for the same actions. For this though we shall go with the niche as it sounds cooler.
The rising popularity of inbuilt shower recesses is due to a few reasons but the number one is the hatred people have had with rusting shower shelves and the cramped nature of too many items sticking out the wall, Who hasn’t banged their head or elbow on a shower soap dish?, If you haven’t, consider yourself very fortunate.
We are all looking to save money it’s in our nature well for some us (my wife would say i don’t know the meaning of the word.) With that said you have come here looking for advice on how to save on your bathroom renovation, whether you are looking for a cheap or cheaper bathroom renovation we will do our best to give you a few handy tips on where you can save money.
Choices for tiles now is greater than it has ever been in Perth. Those though in a tight bathroom renovation budget, cost can be a huge limiting factor when making selections. So we are offering 3 tips to see how you can save on your bathroom tiles but not diminish the overall look of your finished bathroom renovation. 1. Pick…
I’ll keep it short. This tile is timeless, you get different variations and patterns but the core style is beautiful. Perth has so many options in going down the route of this tile as you can see below in bathroom renovations completed in Willetton, Forrestfield, Henley Brook and Kelmscott they can be done in a variety of different ways. It looks best done from floor to ceiling but you can break it up with a darker floor if you want something a little more serviceable.
In Australia, a wet room is typically referred to an open bathroom, where the bathroom becomes one giant shower effectively. Now, this maybe not for everyone but if that design is done right the wetroom can be extremely functional.
Stone cladding was a massive trend for about three years but hey I still love it. You don’t have to come from the Stone Age to appreciate the beauty and practicality of natural stone.