Seeing before and afters of a similar space to yours is the best way to be inspired. Below is for bathrooms that utilize the idea of an open shower and a toilet in the room. In most cases, we have removed the bath all together allowing for a toilet in the room and a big fixed panel walk-in shower. Generally, these layouts always make the room feel bigger because the original shower feels like a wall upon entry by moving this to the back of the room, and or converting the screen to a frameless setup will make it feel so much bigger.
Scarborough Bathroom Renovation
Each of the elements of this bathroom work so well that it is hard to pick out all the best parts. The best example of using space is the sliding door for this ensuite allows for so much more space.
- LED Mirror
- Stack Bond Vertical Wall Tile Feature
- Terrazzo 450mm x 450mm Floor Tiles
Kelmscott Bathroom Renovation
As most of these renovations should be the key is to have the feature wall on the long wall for greater impact. This also had one the worst trying to fit everything into a room I had ever seen in the before when I saw it for the first time.
- Herringbone Blue Feature Wall
- Black Framed Fixed Panel Shower Screen
- Matt Black Tapware
Leeming Bathroom Renovation
Whenever I see a layout like this before in Leeming especially when they are not very deep the all in a row layout is perfect to make it feel bigger just look at the after and how much bigger the space feels.
- Dark Oak Vanity
- 1200mm x 600mm Feature Wall
- Matt Black Tapware
Lathlain Bathroom Renovation
Storage is king for so many people and these owners were no exception with the large wall hung vanities and high mirror cabinets.
- Double Ocaca Vanity
- Blue Peal Feature Wall
- 600mm x 600mm Ceramo Concrete Floor
Maylands Bathroom Renovation
Second story renovations sometimes require you to have a hob due to the existing plumbing not really being able to be touch but like this below Maylands bathroom you can still make it look awesome.
- Dark Wood Vanity Top
- Terrazzo Tiles
- Hampton Shaker Vanity
Applecross Bathroom Renovation
The new owners of this 70’s house were in desperate need of a second toilet being a big family. As the kids were over a certain age the owners had no use for a small bath and wanted to renovate to their needs which I am always a big ambassador for.
- White Gloss Wave Tiles
- Dark Wood Grain Vanity
- Undermoutned Basin
Morley Bathroom Renovation
The owner of this property was looking for a bathroom that had more light and had a wow to it. The hardest part of a renovation like this is understanding the best positions for light into the room so getting the long awning window was key.
- Incredible Rose Gold/Black Combo Tower Mixer
- Half Wall Feature
- Snow White Hexagon Feature Wall Tiles
Fremantle Bathroom Renovation
This bathroom below was an example of a crazy thing they used to do in 70’s bathrooms was the double entry to the toilet from the bathroom and laundry. It’s dead space and no one needs two entrances into a toilet!. The owners decided to get rid of the bath and the door and created a much bigger feeling room.
- Shower Recess
- Wood Vanity Benchtop
- Subway Tiling With Contrast Grout
Lesmurdie Bathroom Renovation
Bricked shower walls are not always my go-to bathroom design as I feel it can block light into a room. That being said they are a lot easier to clean than glass so its a balance of what you prefer.
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Encaustic floors can be awesome for hiding all the dirt and hair in a bathroom as the heavy pattern works as a distraction from straight colours floors where marks are easier to see.
Willetton Bathroom Renovation
If you nail the right feature tile you can really nail a room this bathroom is so stunning and simple in person the owner did a fantastic job during her selections.
- Terrazzo Echo 600mm x 600mm Feature Tile
- Wall To Wall Wall (Triple Wall)
- Large Off Set Single Vanity
Cottesloe Bathroom Renovation
Bathrooms built 60 plus years ago then renovated multiple times can be a disaster this Cottesloe bathroom renovation was about as bad as you can get with unwanted surprises.
- Beautiful Grey Storm Floor/Feature
- Classic Oak Vanity
- Niche With Trim Around To Finish It
Inglewood Bathroom Renovation
One of the biggest overhauls of a house renovation we have ever done this Inglewood bathroom is so beautiful in person the photos do not do it justice.
- Marble Inset For Window and Shower Niche Box
- Marble Wall Tiles Combined With Encaustic Floor and Herringbone Feature Wall
- Light Up Mirror Cabinet With 1200mm Wall ADP Vanity
High Wycome Bathroom Renovation (Main Bathroom)
The owners of this bathroom renovation wanted to have some privacy when they shower so the bricked wall was the plan.
- Shower Built Wall Instead Of A Screen For Glass Shower
- Wall To Wall Wall To House Toilet and Create Shelf
- Marble Carrara Wall
Morley Bathroom Renovation
The wow factor of this bathroom is the double shower niche which was built by adding a wall to the room that did not exist.
- Double Shower Niche
- Matte Black Tapware
- Frameless Shower Screen
High Wycombe Bathroom Renovation
Getting the most out of a small place is this bathroom definition. Being under 2.2m wide this bathroom manages to fit a vanity, toilet, large walk-in shower, and plenty of storage above.
- Wall To Wall Wall For Storage
- In Wall Toilet System
- Custom Made Frameless Shower Screen Over Nib Wall
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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 🙂