Plan a Bathroom
Even the most compact space can be transformed into a spacious pampering zone. But before you start stripping tiles and selecting taps, think about your requirements.
The right layout, bathware selections, and ample storage can transform a cramped, tired bathroom into your own boutique hotel-style zone.
Replacing your kitchen cabinet doors is cheaper and easier than pulling out entire kitchen cabinets
Sizing And Measurement
Size Matters: If a large bath in a small space is still a priority, you can compromise by downsizing the vanity or installing a shower head above the bath
- Shower: Allow at least 800 x 800mm for the shower recess.
Most bathroom renovations take about four to five weeks, and it’s worth requesting a building work schedule in the early stages.Before the demolition commences, you should decide on all your bathware items and tiles (known as PC items in the trade). Check out various magazines and bathroom displays first, and make sure each item follows a similar style or tone.
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