Modern update: Cost-effective bathroom renovation

Modern update: Cost-effective bathroom renovation
Universal Magazines

Proving that you can revamp and even fully renovate a bathroom without moving existing plumbing – saving you time and money

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“This renovation was about a modern update within the existing space. To avoid too much extra plumbing work, which can really add to the cost of a renovation, we kept key items in the same position, which works well. The toilet is neatly tucked away out of view from the doorway.

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We were able to go larger with the vanity to accommodate plenty of storage, including a four-door mirrored cabinet. The finger-pull handles give it a nice streamlined look and also complement the sleek stone vanity top.

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The existing in-built bath was replaced with a large oval freestanding bath that really makes a statement, while a large frameless shower sits neatly in the corner with a combined overhead and hand shower.”

Designer: Luke McGuiness for The Bathroom Shop, with Luxe Bathware

 

SHOP THE LOOK

Bath Luxe large oval-shaped

Shower Luxe frameless glass with overhead and hand shower rail

Toilet Luxe classic back-to-wall

Vanity Luxe large handle-less unit with stone top

Cabinet Luxe four-door mirrored cabinet

Basin Luxe soft rectangular ceramic

Taps Luxe classic round

Wall tiles Gloss white

Floor tiles Mosaic

 

SHOP THEIR SHOWROOM

18–22 Nepean Highway, Mentone Vic

(03) 9585 3229

tbsm.net.au

 

Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 21 Issue 4

Publish at: , last modify at: 23/04/2015

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