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 bathroom renovation is a worthwhile project for your home that can even help to add value if selling is your plan but a common problem many homeowners run into is determining what’s trending now.
While there are timeless options you can choose for your bathroom, technology and trends are always changing. If you plan on updating your bathroom in 2018 hear are the latest trends that bathrooms in Perth WA are experiencing.
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.
Willetton and Leeming feel like the suburbs we have renovated the most over the last 20 years. It really helps with the feel and the design of the bathroom as we can either go back and look into our records or have a feel of what bathroom options work for this area.
Black trims on the shower screens are becoming more and more popular. It is an extension of the black tapware rage that’s booming currently. To make it easier I have put examples of this below with jobs we have done and stunning bathrooms from around the net.
Located in the southern suburbs of Perth, Atwell is a blend of new and newer homes. Most bathrooms in the area are only about 20 years old with a lot of Pastel and Italian style bathroom designs being present in the area. The older part will contain a lot of colored plastic fittings which has discolored over time. The bathrooms though are generally quite spacious. Now we have gone into way too much detail of the area lets tackle this bathroom renovation tackled by on the ball bathrooms.
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.