Transformation in Forrestfield
In older homes with one bathroom space is usually at a premium. This client wanted her spa bath but how was she going to fit it? Her solution was to gut the laundry and bathroom giving her a bigger space and then incorporating a European laundry. Wet room open style shower, all drawer vanity and plenty of towel rails. The toilet was updated and kept separate.
Innaloo Bathroom. Before, During & After
This is a tiny ensuite with limited room to move or storage space. A floating vanity with 2 decent size drawers gives usable storage and the illusion of more space. By adding a niche, a nib wall and matching shelving we were able to give the client what she needed as well as a bathroom she loved. We installed an overheight toilet, this is a great option for tall people like our client or for elderly people as a comfort option.
Family of 4 Bathroom in Lockridge
When you only have one bathroom and a family of 4 then space becomes a premium. As a lot of people are doing these days, this family opted to remove the bath and have a larger shower. Having a built in cupboard with internal power points gave them the storage space they needed. Check out their laundry transformation in the laundry page.
Guest Room Ensuite Addition With Built-in Robes
The brief was to build on an ensuite using the outside patio and to add some built-in wardrobes. The new room is only 850mm deep and 4m long. Using the same tile on the floor and walls creates the illusion of more space. and because of the length of the room it is not crowded in any way. With the wardrobes we were able to frame the bed, build in beside tables and reading lights.
Smallest Ensuite in Bibra Lake
This tiny room was in desperate need of renovation, it is only 2.8m2 with dimensions of 1.6m x 1.76m. I don’t know what the original builder was thinking as the shower door barely opened, it hit the toilet, I would not have been able to get in the shower. The vanity plinth had totally rotten away inside.
The clients love their new bathroom and it was the perfect area for a corner opening shower screen.
Bathroom Upgrade in Morley
This bathroom was just past it’s use by date a needed updating. Renovating a bathroom is a substantial cost so you really need to be getting what you want. It takes time and effort to work out what you want and then for us to translate that into a design. This client needed space & storage and was very happy with the end result.
One of the hardest things about renovating your bathroom is “How will I cope without a bathroom?” Well the answer is a portable bathroom. Some people manage with just a toilet and others need the whole bathroom. She didn’t love it but was grateful for the portable bathroom.
Creating Luxury in Gidgegannup
Sometimes you don’t realise just how old your bathroom has become. The planning stage of a new bathroom can be both overwhelming and exciting at the same time. These clients knew it was time to make their own special retreat.
Update in Kingsley
This client loved her bathroom but knew it was needing to be updated. If she could have had the same colours and fittings again she would have. Knowing that she loved her green walls I had something in mind when we went tile shopping. She was so excited when it finished and just loved, loved, loved her new walls.