Most people who have spent a lot of money on a new washbasin, vanity or bath will attest to the sheer luxury these simple investments can add to your everyday routine. Lucy Sutherland reports.by Lucy Sutherland
The one room in the house that seems to have evaded trends for the past 10 years. However, many are now moving away from the white, the clinical and the minimal
Whether you use it for relaxing or just to spend a penny, there are plenty of exciting things happening in the bathroomby Alicia Brodersen
Want to make your bathroom your own but cannot possibly afford the costs? Materials and tradesmen are expensive, so if you want to deal yourself a ‘royal flush’, just follow these simple do-it-yourself steps to making your bathroom ‘beautiful on a budget’.by Kasey Barkle
Past generations wouldn’t believe their eyes if they walked into a trendy Australian bathroom today. This was once where they carried out their necessary ablutions at either the sink or in the bath as quickly as possible because there would usually be other family members waiting. They were lucky if the toilet was inside the house.by Judy Judd-Sandwell
A mere 60 years ago, a sizeable proportion of Australian homes still had outside toilets – moving the loo inside, with the consequent adjustment in plumbing, was at the cutting edge of bathroom design.by The Housing Industry Association
Big is beautiful when it comes to renovating your bathroom. According to the experts, the most significant trend in bathroom design to emerge over the past decade is size.by the Housing Industry Association
Practical tips for bathroom renovations.
There are many aspects to good bathroom design. Don’t splash out on a renovation without considering them.by Pietro Scalise
To make your planning easier, here are some bathroom fittings to consider that are kind to the environment as well as your pocket
Sick and tired of your bathroom looking dull and outdated? More and more people are transforming this often forgotten space into a working piece of art.by Terrence Dessaix
The ‘smallest room in the house’ has shed its purely functional image to play an important part in the life of the home.
You can be as expressive and creative in designing your bathroom as you would be with any other room.