Before and After – Shower Baths

Shower baths are not the most loved bathroom item but often are installed for a specific purpose. This may be due to the feeling of needing a bath or wanting to make space for a larger vanity. It really is the type of renovation where you want to be sure of what you want. This day and age if the single reason for having a shower bath is to have a bath we can work around this with a modern wet room which I will show in the last example. Most shower bath renovations are purpose based. This means you only have one if you are trying to gain space or install a toilet.

Ascot Bathroom Renovation

When you do a niche sometimes a simple contrast can make it stand out and make it look awesome. Shower over baths do not always look the most appealing but solid feature walls can break it up.

Modern Shower Over Bath

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Mt Richon Bathroom Renovation

Most small bathrooms we do that want a bath are usually the shower bath set up. In this case it was the use of the added toilet that changed the layout to have the shower over the bath instead.

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Mt Pleasant Bathroom Renovation

Probably one of the smallest renovations we have done, simply by picking one tile you can increase the appeal of a bathroom.

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Ballajura Bathroom Renovation

Almost too many items to name in this small bathroom renovation using the the humble shower bath

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*Note – Owner for this renovation wanted to brick up a second doorway into the room and make use of a wall to wall feature. She elected for a high drop in bath for relaxation and easier to cleaning option.

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Leeming Bathroom Renovation

What I love about this leeming bathroom is the much better use of space. The shower bath set up allowed for a larger bathroom.

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Bathrooms Leeming

*Note – For this main bathroom renovation in Leeming WA, Tammy wanted a large vanity for her daughters as she felt they would much prefer bench space and storage than a separate shower.

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Bathrooms Leeming

Riverton Bathroom Renovation

The owner for this bathroom renovation in Riverton WA wanted to install a toilet instead of having a separate shower. A second toilet was a bigger priority in the house due to it being a 4 x 1.

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Riverton Bathroom Renovation 

Claremont Bathroom Renovation

A classic example below of the owner wanting more storage for there bathroom set up. Get rid of the walk in shower and create a shower over bath.

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Bathroom Renovation Willetton

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Wet Room Example – Bathroom Renovation Thornlie

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Shower baths are not everyone’s cup of tea. The feelings of getting in and out of something high can be tricky and a little slippery. I find people install them for function over style so it’s important to try and nail both if possible. All this is to say renovations have a purpose and if your purpose is to gain something such a toilet then why not sacrifice a walk in show and hey if you love a shower bath then definitely install one its something you have to live with every day so don’t listen to what other people tell you. Renovate to your needs and wants not the needs and wants of others.

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. If you are looking for a bathroom renovation quote and live in Perth, Western Australia just email us at smallbathroomrenovations@gmail.com

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