If you’re looking for a neat way to break the mould for your next bathroom renovation, try checking out some bathroom showrooms Perth. Scan what’s available, get a read of what keeps happening and what the “patterns” are in design. From there, you can figure out how to make it your own.

If that’s not good enough for you, though, here’s another idea. Break the rules.

No, we don’t mean break the rules of good design or practicality. That’s just bad. We mean to break the preconceived rules that don’t necessarily add anything to your bathroom experience.

First, consider this idea: get rid of storage in favour of function.

You’re thinking “What?” Every bathroom needs storage, right? The more of it, the better. Except that’s not exactly right, is it? In fact, storage is probably something you can apply a minimalist mindset to when your renovation starts.

What you want to do is to get rid of the clutter and anything you don’t need. Just how many towels, toiletries, and cosmetics do you really need in everyday use?

Remove the clunky bathroom vanity. Take out the floating sink or those cabinets and open shelves with narrow space or are awkwardly placed. This gives you more space to work with and a lot less clutter. You open the bathroom visually, which can help you better picture how to make more use of it.

Once the clutter is cleared up, then you can think of something more useful than more space.

Think of other ideas. Maybe you have an all-in-one washer and dryer now because you have more space for it. Maybe you can install a new, better vanity.

Here’s a small bathroom design tip that may not sit well with traditionalists: tear out the bathtub and add a modern walk-in shower surrounded by seamless glass. It’s a great way to save tons of space in your small bathroom. A seamless glass door may be more expensive than a shower curtain, but will definitely be more durable. Not to mention, it will open up space and add value to your home.

Not ready to give up on the bathtub? You can still add a seamless glass shower or tub enclosure.
Look at the fixtures and tiles, the various finishes available. A bathroom space is usually smaller, so you’re looking at something less and making that be more. Time to break out of the confines and try all sorts of things.

Consider adding accent lighting, for instance. Tile a stripe in tile or marble.

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