Our homes today boast many bathrooms of various shapes and sizes to meet the variety of needs across our family units. Your bathroom renovation will need to take into account many factors including the size of the existing space and whether this can be enlarged, how many people in your family will be using the bathroom, if your family size is likely to increase in the future, where the bathroom is located within the home as well as many other considerations.
When planning a bathroom renovation it’s a great idea to look around the internet and magazines to gather ideas of what you like (and what you don’t like) which can help you work through the myriad options available. Compiling bathroom renovation ideas will also help your designer understand the colours and styles you find appealing.
Bathrooms can be tricky spaces to renovate and often require the co-ordination of a range of tradespeople to fulfill a brief. Many homeowners do not want the responsibility of this organisational stress so choose to work with a full-service bathroom renovation company such as Nouvelle. Because we hold a full builder’s licence, we are able to provide a single point of contact for your bathroom renovation and we take care of liaising with all the tradespeople and sub-contractors. This gives you peace of mind knowing our professional team is in charge.
This bathroom renovation in Sydney embodies the very essence of traditional glamour. Designed to suit the style of the home, the space incorporates a free-standing Slipper bath with a rich, coloured exterior as well as a large double vanity. Note the frosted glass shower panel which only extends two-thirds of the way up the wall to create the impression of more space and the matching half-height privacy panel adjacent to the toilet.
This bathroom above was given the designer treatment with a feature bath taking centre stage along the back wall, enhanced by a sparkling blue mosaic feature wall. Specially-designed louvres provide privacy when needed yet still allow light and air to flow into and around the room. Plenty of storage is provided in the vanity while the ‘floating’ basin makes an otherwise heavy unit appear light.