As requested, here is my white modern bathroom renovation reveal and all the details of what products I used. I get asked daily about details in the bathroom, so I thought it was time to get up a blog post.
After we renovated our kitchen, I knew that the bathroom was next. I wanted it to stay in style with the rest of the house, which is light, bright and modern. We didn’t want an enclosed shower, so we designed the open “wet room” design. It’s perfect and I LOVE it! It’s so easy to keep clean with only one piece of glass and is functional for our family. The bathroom is now 2.9m x 2.7m by removing the wall and making one big room.
The before was outdated and not functional for our large family. The before layout was a separate bathroom and toilet, so we knocked down the wall and made it an all in one bathroom.
Products we used
We got most of the fixtures, taps and items from Highgoves Bathrooms. We did have a few issues with some of the items being faulty, and the warranty process wasn’t easy. We had a non-flushing toilet for weeks due to a faulty toilet which they replaced, but I had to keep following up on it.
Bath – Highgroves (Acacia matte white 1700mm)
Toilet – Highgroves (Ottimo floor pan) 3rd toilet due to the first 2 being faulty.
Taps – Highgroves (all brushed brass)
Mirror – Highgroves (round LED pencil edge mirror 700mm)
Vanity – Highgroves (blackbutt timber wall vanity 750mm)
Floor tiles – National Tiles (concrete Fusion sand 600×600)
Wall Tiles – National Tiles (white matt 300×600 rectified)
Feature wall tiles – The Tile Collective (broadway white matte 60×400)
My Favourite Features
Shower full-length niche/shelf – The shelf goes from one side of the room to the other, which creates a space where I can store all of our shampoos and body washes.
Glass – The curve at the top of the shower glass is my favourite! Originally we were going to have a square piece of glass and then decided on the curve.
Hooks – I purchased towel racks and decided to use the hooks. They sit more flush against the wall and take up less room.
We are going to add a shelf on the wall next to the bath to rest soap (or a mobile phone) on it. It’s something we didn’t think about until we started using the bath and realised there is nowhere to sit anything.
Let me know if you have any bathroom renovation questions!