We were able to makeover our bathroom for $2500. We used the Dulux Renovation Range to paint the floor, wall tiles and vanity.
I had some issues early on as the angled brush I had chosen to cut in had very hard bristles so I recommend using a very soft brush. I also wouldn’t recommend using painter's tape over freshly painted walls as when I peeled it off after painting the floors it peeled some sections off so I had to touch them up. It would be better to be careful and cut in by hand.
It was time consuming and tedious especially removing all the silicone, which was my least favourite part. But the overall process was uncomplicated.
We installed a custom shower screen and new taps and a shower head. We made a feature of the wall above the vanity with VJ panelling and a beautiful mirror.
Before and after
How to plan a bathroom renovation
No matter what type of bathroom you have, it all starts with planning and research to discover how you can make maximum use of what is often the smallest room in the house. Check out How to plan a bathroom renovation by experienced Bunnings Workshop member Adam Woodhams for advice on how to create a plan and redesign your space.