Bathroom Renovation Case StudiesView all types of renovations
What are the steps to renovating a bathroom, and how long does it typically take? Follow some real-life stories with our bathroom case studies – and discover how Refresh can streamline the whole process for you.
Brisbane Family Bathroom Renovation
Due to health issues, Ben’s elderly Mum moved in with them and being a little less mobile, it was clear that the existing bathroom would not meet their needs. With the lead up to Christmas, a quick bathroom makeover was always going to be a challenge but Refresh Renovations Consultant Rachel Whitford was quick on the case.
Bathroom Bust Out In Melbourne PART 1
With two bathrooms needing attention, it was clear a phased approach would be required for this Melbourne home makeover.
Bathroom Bust Out In Melbourne PART 2
Relocating the laundry to the great outdoors isn’t something most people would be happy about, but with a small main bathroom it was the perfect solution for this Melbourne home owner.
A 1970s home makeover in Wellington
Leaving little left of the tired-looking original house, Refresh transformed this 1970s semi-detached dwelling in Karori, Wellington with a full scale interior makeover.
Auckland Bungalow Revamp
When Auckland locals Tim and Amy McKenzie wanted an extreme makeover of their 1930s bungalow, they contracted Refresh Renovation’s Dave Georgetti to ensure the job was done right.
Upgrading a historic home and ridding it of asbestos
Knowing it would be a challenging project, Maria and Bob Dight decided to renovate their 1878 heritage home in Strathfield in Sydney’s Inner West. Their home was in need of significant updates, including the removal of asbestos, throughout.
Bathroom & laundry makeover in Brisbane
From basic to beautiful – this project saw the creation of a new bathroom and laundry space in an Old Queenslander home. The client wanted a space that would suit her family’s needs and could also work well for guests.
Retirement renovation in Wellington
This Wellington couple decided to renovate their dated, 20-year-old kitchen and bathroom instead of moving to a retirement or lifestyle village. Their aim was to make their apartment more convenient and user-friendly while adding value to their property.