Business owners Anthony and Clint have over 20 years of combined experience in both the building and bathroom industry.
Anthony having worked in the family business tile shop is well accustomed to current trends and styles, working closely with customers to design beautiful bathrooms to suit each customer’s personalities.
Clinton a licensed builder who says, “ Attention to detail is crucial when constructing a bathroom”
Clinton personally overseas each and every job handpicking only quality tradesmen to ensure a flawless end result.
Yes we do! We have friendly in house design consultants ready to assist with bathroom layouts, tiles and PC items, alternatively we have a qualified interior designer Tina Workman available weekends by appointment only.
Tina is a university qualified Interior Designer who specialises in residential design and can give you professional ideas, advice and tips on how your bathroom space can work best.
Yes we do. And yes there can be many traps for the inexperienced bathroom renovator. However our understanding of the regulations and construction methods used in unit complexes, not to mention understanding the body corporate and working within their guidelines will ensure your bathroom renovation is executed efficiently and affectively with no headaches.
No. In fact, some people go on holidays whilst the renovation is happening. You can rest assured knowing your home will be in good hands, with strict key security measures in place, full supervision of the renovation and a team that will always respect your home and your privacy. You’ll have complete peace of mind working with Bydesign bathrooms.
Yes. All work carried out by Bydesign Bathrooms is of the highest standards and exceeds today’s regulations and industry standards. The renovation will be fully insured and comes with a 7-year warranty.
Features are a great way of creating interest, making a bathroom look bigger or taking the focus away from the messy areas of the bathroom. The most important thing to remember about feature tiles is that there should only be one feature in a bathroom and everything else should compliment that feature.
To make a bathroom bigger, choose one wall and cover that entire wall with a feature tile. Using the entire wall instead of a small section of it will have the effect of pushing that wall back and giving the illusion of a wider space.
Mosaics and Italian feature tiles make a bold statement when used on an entire wall. But this is quite an expensive option. But you can get the same look by choosing a less expensive tile with an interesting texture or pattern.
The major trend in Europe is for more feminine colours, patterns and textures. Floral that look like wallpapers have been popular for a while now but most of the ones we see in Australia are heavy and dark. The new style is much more subtle with patterns embedded into the tile so that you only see the pattern as a texture when the light hits the tile from a particular direction. It’s a very elegant look. The new trend in pattern is for more delicate patterns such as lace imprints or Japanese style floral.
The second major trend is for larger format tiles, particularly for floors and feature wall. Larger tiles make a space feel much larger and more luxurious. In a bathroom, this will visually increase the size of the space significantly. The larger format also has a practical application in a bathroom – less grout lines mean fewer crevices for mould and soap build up so it is much easier to clean.