Insta-worthy Bathroom Upgrades on the Central CoastA dated bathroom is no fun to live with (and there’s a few of them on the Central Coast!), but the good news is that a complete bathroom renovation can be completed swiftly and with minimum disruption to your family.
We offer Central Coast families an end-to-end bathroom renovation service, completed by top quality tradespeople and with each project personally led by W Residential owner Adam Weinert. We take pride in the quality of our workmanship and relish the opportunity to deliver unique features to make your bathroom extra special.
If your existing bathroom space is on the small side (many are, especially those from the 60s and 70s), we can discuss with you the possibility of making some structural changes to extend the bathroom space. Some families decide to take up space from adjoining rooms to create a larger bathroom, especially if there are unused spaces or plans to extend anyway.
The only trend in bathroom renovation that you need to consider is the trend for individuality. You can make anything work if you have a little vision (or borrow some from Pinterest!). A couple of ideas you might like to consider are:
- Prime positioning of a feature element of the bathroom, which could be a freestanding bath, or a beautiful timber vanity, for example.
- Privacy – if your bathroom window needs to face the street or a neighbour, consider frosted glass and/or plantation shutters, both look very smart.
- Lighting – think about the layout of the natural light in relation to the vanity mirror, and then consider what extra light you’ll need to light your face. In addition, you can create a beautiful ambience with extra lighting such as underneath a wall-mounted vanity.
- Storage – do you have sufficient storage nearby to the bathroom or will you need to incorporate some cupboards or shelving into the bathroom itself?
- Shower – if you’re keen on an open shower, you’ll need plenty of space to prevent water splashing around the bathroom. If you’d prefer a cubicle, you’ll want to aim for at least 1m by 1m to allow room to move around comfortably.
- Features – where niches have been super popular for a few years, now ledges are popping up more and more, which are essentially mini half walls (or dwarf walls)
- which create a ledge at the top. If you have lots of room so you’re not worried about taking up extra space with your ledge, this could be a fun and contemporary feature to include.
From the inception of our project throughout the build and now rearing into completion our double bathroom renovation could not have gone better. The cost is very reasonable, and my beautiful finishes are given a super high-end glisten and gleam!!
Emily J, Wamberal.
Have a look through some of our recent bathroom renovations on the Central Coast