This project was a bathroom renovation started and completed in April 2017. The client contacted us because their bathrooms were rundown and in desperate need of repair.

The walls in the shower were water damaged, so they weren’t actually using the shower any longer. We solved this issue and much more.

We put a new design in place with all new fixtures, flooring, and tiles. After receiving the green light, we went in and stripped the space, renovated it, and made it look and function beautifully.

Full batrhroom shot


Like most of our renovations, we used Reece for the bathroom products, including:

  • Mizu Drift wall bath mixer for the bath and basin
  • Mizu Drift mixer for the shower
  • Phoenix Gen X heated towel rail
  • Kado freestanding bath
  • Posh Solus MKII shower rails
  • Forma back-to-wall toilet seat

Meanwhile, for the tiling we used:

  • 300 x 600 rectified Cordoba dark grey floor tiles
  • 300 x 600 rectified matte white wall tiles

We like to use this colour combination for many of our projects, and our clients were thrilled with the outcome.

We also installed a Dominque MKII wall cabinet to finish the look.

To bring in more light and airflow, we also added a big Queenslander galley-style window.

After that, we painted the space to finish it off and complete the renovation. We basically redid the entire space not only to meet but exceed our clients’ needs.

Bath basin taps
Mirror sink cabinet


The project took about a month from start to finish. Here’s how it went:

  • Met with clients and put together a plan
  • The pre-ordered window from New Look Windows.
  • Spent a day performing demolition and stripping the space
  • Let the surface water damage dry out for a couple of days
  • Accessed the water damage and cut the slab to move the drains around
  • Spent two days roughing the pipes into the walls
  • The electrician ran all new switches and power points
  • Tilers scraped and re-tiled the floors and walls.
  • Installed the cabinet, stone, and glass shower screen
  • Finished installing the tapware
  • Repainted the space
  • Cleaned up and voila…the project was finished!


Thanks to our experience and excellent communication with the client, the entire process went smoothly and according to plan. In the end, she was thrilled with the result and pleasantly surprised in our ability to complete the project on time.

Since redoing the bathroom in her Alexander St home, she’s referred us to several other clients, and we have a great relationship to this day!

Tall bathroom shot


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  • 5 star review  Very satisfied customer! Stewart and the team at Perth Renovations Co did a super job with our kids bathroom. It was an old 1960's bathroom and the room was completely... read more

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    5 star review  Stewart and his team did an awesome job turning an old bedroom into a top quality bathroom. We couldn't be more happier with the outcome. I highly recommend Stewart and... read more

    thumb MIKE LANE
  • 5 star review  We loved our bathroom renovation and extension in Bull Creek. Perth Renovations Co also fitted a Velux window which transformed the space. Communication was easy throughout the whole process and... read more

    thumb Ola Rogers

    5 star review  fantastic job done by the team...finishing is excellent and great service provided

    thumb Rachel Shelby


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