Whether your bathroom is compact or extensive, your designer will always consider the following: –

  • Ergonomic perfection
  • Spatial practicality and efficiency
  • Suitability for the intended function
  • Maximum quality within budget
  • Beautiful design

Bathroom Renovations Footscray 3011

A bathroom was once just a room in the house that was purely functional, lacking style and personality. Here at Western Bathroom Renovations, we will be able to fulfil your needs but still adhere to your aesthetic ideas as well. Work with our highly experienced tradespeople to allow you to transform your bathroom and become a unique space.

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Here are some key bathroom renovation considerations:

Space Utilization:

Efficient use of space is crucial, especially in compact bathrooms. This involves strategic placement of fixtures, storage solutions, and optimizing traffic flow.

Fixtures and Fittings:

Selecting the right fixtures such as sinks, toilets, showers, and tubs is essential. For small bathrooms, consider space-saving options like corner sinks or compact toilets.

Storage Solutions:

Incorporating adequate storage is important for keeping the bathroom organized and clutter-free. This can include built-in cabinets, shelves, or creative storage solutions that maximize space.

Ventilation:

Proper ventilation helps prevent mold and mildew growth, ensuring a healthy environment. This might involve installing exhaust fans or windows that allow for air circulation.

Lighting:

Lighting can significantly impact the ambiance and functionality of a bathroom. A mix of ambient, task, and accent lighting can create a well-lit and inviting space.

Material Selection:

Choose durable and water-resistant materials that are suitable for the bathroom environment. This includes flooring, wall tiles, and countertops.

The story behind

Footscray

 

History

Footscray is part of the City of Maribyrnong and was built largely on the traditional lands of the Kulin nation.[4]

For thousands of years, Footscray was the meeting place of the lands of the Yalukit-willam, the Marin-balluk, and the Wurundjeri people. Koories stalked game, collected food and fished along the river junction, estuaries, swamps, and lagoons. Within Melbourne’s western region, the Marin-balug and Kurung-jand-balug clans of the Woiwurrung cultural group, and the Yalukit-willam clan of the Boonwurrung cultural group shared the luscious resources around the Maribyrnong Valley.[5]

The first European to visit the area was Charles Grimes in 1803. A park, where he landed, is named after him at Napier St.[6]

In 1839 a punt (cable ferry) was built on the Maribyrnong River, it was the only connecting link between Melbourne and GeelongBallaratCastlemaine and Bendigo. The Punt Hotel opened three years later and was the first building in the area. During the first decade drovers transporting cattle and sheep provided the only business at the hotel. After 1851, when gold was discovered out west, the pub did a roaring trade with diggers. Part of the old pub still stands and it has been renamed The Pioneer.[7][better source needed]

The Post Office first opened on 12 October 1857.[8]

Footscray was declared a municipality in 1859 with a population of 300 and 70 buildings. Around the same year the first bridge was built across Saltwater (now Maribyrnong) River

PROFESSIONAL & FRIENDLY TRADESPEOPLE:

Our aim is to keep overheads low and to pass this benefit on to our customers. We keep prices competitive – a beautiful bathroom can be achieved without spending large amounts of money.

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