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KevinM
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Just wondering what I can purchase at Bunnings to re-seal a terrazzo shower base? I was under the house this weekend and noticed that there is water d ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
May

Whether you just want to rejuvinate a tired bathroom or start from scratch with a complete renovation, planning is the key to creating a beautiful and ...

qeff
Budding Contributor
11 replies
May

Hoping to get opinions here. I have noticed that my ensuite vanity tap takes very long, approximately 1+ min, before the hot water is emitted. Hot wat ...

robyn1
Budding Browser
3 replies

Help. The instructions are missing. How do I reduce the height shaft to fit in the toilet. This is a very urgent problem. It looks like it needs to ...

Barker
Junior Contributor
7 replies

I recently went to Japan for the first time and absolutely loved their toilets with the built-in seat warmers, bidet, air dryers, etc. We should have ...

AshY
Budding Contributor
7 replies

I'm starting to do renovations on my laundry, toilet & 2 bathrooms. Relocating and shifting the water inlets is quite simple as I'll be taking down ...

Isobel
Valued Contributor

Love seeing the increased use of timber in modern bathrooms. It's noted as an ongoing trend in this article about the top bathroom trends for 2018 - h ...

RenoQueen
Super Contributor
18 replies

Just read a story on Domain - should the toilet have its own room or not? Designers seem split. Some argue the bathroom should be a place for bathing ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor
3 replies

Planning to add a new bathroom on an existing suspended concrete slab. Here is my planning checklistRough dimensioned layout sketchBasic 3D Project S ...

JoshRaf
Junior Contributor
3 replies

Hi All, I thought I'd get everyone’s opinions on whether or not people are still opting to have a bath tub in a 1 bathroom home. A bathtub would be a ...

AndrewSa
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi Workshop Community, Despite turning off the hot water tap in my shower as hard as possible, the water keeps flowing at quite a high rate. I've swit ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
13 replies

When we renovated our 1950s house, we removed the laundry to give us a large open plan family room and added a European-style laundry inside some cupb ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
9 replies

A luxurious bath can add a real "wow" factor to a bathroom and help create an oasis of relaxation. But if you were renovating your bathroom, would ...

dingodudette
Junior Contributor
15 replies

Soon it will be necessary to remove the bathtub from the second floor bathroom and replace it with a shower stall due to age related issues. Is it adv ...

Kermit
Valued Contributor
15 replies

I was having an (admittedly strange) conversation with a work colleague the other day and he said he brushed his teeth in the shower. I thought it ver ...

innyinny
Browser Extraordinaire
18 replies

Hi guys I was wondering if anyone had any stories about installing a shower filter? We're thinking of putting one in our bathroom but don't know if w ...

Andy_Mann
Trusted Contributor
8 replies

I've recently been researching ways that would make cleaning our Boys (2 Miniature Collies) easier on my back, & Micro Bubble bathing came up. They ba ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
12 replies

A bath can be very relaxing after a long, hard day. But many people these days are choosing to save space in their bathroom and install a luxurious ...

LukeBrowning
Budding Contributor
3 replies

We've got a pink bath in our place and I hate it. We've had people say you can get a bath re-enamelled but I wondered whether you could DIY. Could I p ...

Jackson
Super Contributor
3 replies

I can turn the cold water tap on but no cold water actually comes out. There are no groaning or knocking sounds coming from the pipes so I'm not sure ...

Shane
Established Contributor
11 replies

We are planning to renovate our two bedroom house, and considering ditching the bathtub to ensure more space in the bathroom, including a luxurious sh ...

Kermit
Valued Contributor
4 replies

We've had a blocked drain in the bathroom basin for a while. Various methods have had a little success but it soon becomes bothersome again. Keen to h ...

Kermit
Valued Contributor
4 replies

Hi everyone. We're thinking about installing an outdoor shower to complement the swimming pool and would love some recommendations on tapwear that wil ...

Goski
Newbie
2 replies

Hi all, We are renovating our powder room but our waste is from the floor and I want to achieve a floating benchtop look like the below. The space and ...