Bathroom Renovation With Style
A lot of light and plenty of space in the modern bathroom renovation
To create a bathroom renovation with style! This original 30-year-old bathroom had a shower, small window, not much light and dated fittings. We removed all the original fixtures and fittings – toilet, vanity and shower, and demolished an internal wall to allow for more light to enter the room via a large window above the vanity. The transformation in this bathroom renovation was an absolute joy to experience.
This bathroom renovation with style required us to bring everything in the space back to its bare minimum and then build it back up again, pretty much from scratch…
The existing fixtures and fittings, toilet, vanity & shower were removed. We removed all the wall and floor tiles followed by the wall and ceiling sheeting.
Next, we demolished the existing internal wall to create a wider window opening. This ran the full width of the room, allowing maximum internal light. The existing plumbing to the shower was capped off and we relocated all the pipework for the new location of the vanity.
Sliding windows were installed next. New villa board was added to the walls and plasterboard to the ceiling. Before the tilers were on-site, we applied two coats of waterproofing membrane. They installed the large floor and wall tiles alongside an elegant feature mosaic to complement the large mirror.
The client chose a Caeser Stone, wall-hung basin and benchtop that ran from wall to wall, as well as a new toilet and basin bowl above the counter, complete with new tapware. This bathroom renovation was finished with fresh paint throughout and PVC plantation shutters.