Growing is the trend of open fixed panel shower screens we can sometimes forget people can want a door and rightly so whether it is due to wanting to retain water or just wanting to keep warmer.
Below are some bathroom renovations we have completed throughout Perth that use the corner screen and hopefully your layout will be below to help in your renovation process most of these renovations are Ensuites.
- First Section (Full Screen)
- Second Section (3-Part Screens For Smaller Bathrooms)
Full Screen (Often Square or Rectangle)
Full-screen shower screens are often exactly as they sound often square or rectangle shape. They either use a nib wall for the gap or leave 100mm spacing to make the spacing easier to clean.
Bibra Lake – Bathroom Renovation
Note – Brushed brass is the hardest of all shower screens to do in semi-frameless and took us many tries and patience to nail this project.
West Leederville – Bathroom Renovation
Noranda – Bathroom Renovation
Shelley – Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Frameless showers look stunning but are not always the best for retaining water.
Dianella – Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Black trim shower screens make a statement and tie best into your tapware, brushed brass is a little harder to do as you can not always get the same finish to match.
Guildford Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Powerpoint placement is getting a lot hard with regulations so take it into consideration when having a double sink where you can put your PowerPoint.
Redcliffe Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Stone sinks can take you down a more organic bathroom experience.
3 Part Shower Screens
Three-part screens are exactly as they sound. They are screens that often will have three panels with the centre being the opening of the shower door. These layouts most likely have the toilet and vanity on either side and you are limited for space.
Fremantle Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Long planks either in wood or decorative features are best used vertically to create height
Noranda Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Hampton/Shaker style vanities are popular but something that is not just a trend!
Maylands Bathroom Renovation
Note – First floor bathrooms often can not be made hobless or have wall hung vanities due to the existing plumbing heights but you do not really know until you rip out that bad boy.
Lesmurdie Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Frameless shower screens allow you to see all the features in a room and do not distract
Bayswater Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Go the shower niche when you can they are so much better than a rusty shelf
Lesmurdie Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Side lighting mirrors are great for makeup
Below are the most practical but least like in the sliding door ensuite screen set up
Bibra Lake Bathroom Renovation
Thornlie Bathroom Renovation
These Are Renovations That Use A Full Screen But Often The Space Is Long)
Leeming Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – White can make a room feel so damn big!
Ashfield Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Pendant lighting makes a deep feature that draws your eyes
Wembley Downs Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Encaustic floor tiles are great for having an easy to clean floor tile
Kensington Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – Have a feature wall! They add a wow factor that is priceless.
Kingsley Bathroom Renovation
Pro Tip – You can save money on a custom made vanity by using a gap on either side and hand towels.
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It’s important to note that all our advice is general in nature and all bathrooms are unique so always speak to your local qualified tradesman for the best advice. At on the ball bathrooms we love feedback so let us know what you think with a comment below or if you are looking for a bathroom renovation quote and live in Perth, Western Australia contact us on 0419964678 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article was written by James Mc, one of the founders of On the Ball Bathrooms with over 15 years of bathroom renovation experience combined with knowledge of over a 2000+ completed renovation projects. We hope that we have helped you in any way with some helpful renovations tips or just at least some pretty renovation pictures to look at 🙂