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Hamptons-inspired bathroom renovation

Finding My Feet

Hamptons-inspired bathroom renovation

The original bathroom was outdated and falling apart.  We changed the layout slightly to include a luxurious bathtub and converting the separate shower to a wet room.  We wanted the bath tub to be the focus so we made sure the window above it shaped it nicely and chose pretty tiles too.



floor tiles

marble wall tiles

shower screen

Bunnings wall mirror above vanity

Bunnings Mondella bath tapware and vanity tapware

Bunnings shower head Mondella

Bunnings hand shower head



Tile cutter

trowels and hammer

nail gun

dulux paint



Step 1

Gutted the old bathroom

Repaired any floorboards or studs

Built new wall and covered old doorway with new frame and window frame altered

Electrician and plumber completed works

Insulation, wet area gyprock installed

Bath installed

tiling and grouting


fixtures installed including shower head, tapware, vanity etc.original 1960s bathroomoriginal 1960s bathroomOriginal bathtub and showerOriginal bathtub and shower



Finding My Feet

Re: Hampton's Inspired Bathroom

Great job on this! Keep up the good work.



Bunnings Team Member
Bunnings Team Member

Re: Hampton's Inspired Bathroom

Hello @lissett 


Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's sensational to have you join us, and thanks for sharing your Hampton's inspired bathroom revamp.


What a beautiful bathroom transformation. The reorientation of the bath towards the window is a great idea and the placement of the shower area in the middle is clever and unique. It makes the area look so open and there is no sign of a bulky shower assembly. The tile colours are nice and neutral and should look good style wise even after several seasons.


Many thanks for sharing.




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