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The Complete Bathroom Renovation Guide: Final

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A slew of posts has been steadily released over the course of several weeks, informing you about the elements that can be renovated in your bathroom and the options available. We hope that you now have a better understanding of the various components in your bathroom. To wrap things up, we have compiled a few examples of fully furnished and renovated bathrooms to give you some more ideas.



– Choice of vessel sink enhances the overall design even more because it is fully exposed to reveal a beautiful colour gradient
– The elongated toilet seat is perfect since this bathroom is slightly cramped
– The rainfall shower head ensures a relaxing showering experience despite the limited space available

Interior Designer: Icon Interior Design




-Elongated toilet seat ensures there is enough space for a huge cabinet and mirror at the side
– The vessel sink blends in well with the design to boast a simple and minimalistic atmosphere

Can be improved upon:
– This space seems a little too tight for a bathtub
– Only about half of the tub is exposed
– Not enough room to manoeuvre and fully enjoy the soak

Interior Designer: Inside Living




– The dual shower head is appropriately designed to include a rainshower
– Elongated toilet seat rests nicely between two walls
– Though cramped, there’s still room to move around

Interior Designer: Dap Atelier



– Vessel sink makes the bathroom look stylish
– Good combination of handheld and rainfall shower heads
– There’s also a bathtub in the corner
– Two people can bathe at the same time if needed

Interior Designer: ID Emboss




– Instead of vanity cabinets, a tall rack is used for storage
– Good ventilation for towels and more space for belongings and necessities
– Wall-mounted sink, toothbrush mugs, and towel hangers take up just the space they need and don’t make the bathroom look very packed

Interior Designer: Ace Space Design



– Neat arrangement of shower, toilet seat, as well as vanity
– All in a nice row against one stretch of wall

Can be improved upon:
– Instead of a vessel sink, an integral or self-rimming sink could be opted for so there’s more space between the sink and overhead mirror

Interior Designer: DB Studio



– Vanity cabinet stretches from one end to the other
– Lots of room for storage even though it’s a small space

Can be improved upon:
– Instead of a vessel sink, an integral or self-rimming sink could be opted for so there’s more space between the sink and overhead mirror
– The overhead racks don’t seem to be fully utilised
– Homeowners can consider doing away with them so the bathroom looks more spacious

Interior Designer: Inzz Studio




– Arrangement is neat
– Uncluttered
– Lighting is cosy

Can be improved upon:
– The sink looks slightly oversized for the vanity cabinet
– Can opt for something smaller

Interior Designer: Habit


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