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    Ignore the price cause you can find them alot cheaper like a few hundred dollars, its what I'm thinking of using in my reno.
    http://www.reece.com.au/bathrooms/pr...estanding-bath

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    Default Bathroom renovation opinions PLEASE!!

    A freestanding bath will make it look more 'designer'. But they are a monster to clean behind without at least 30mm clearance. If you have a small space definitely go built in.

    Unless you are selling immediately as freestanding looks more flash

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    Default Re: Bathroom renovation opinions PLEASE!!

    We just did our main bathroom. And because there is a shower in the ensuite, I was happy to do a shower over a bath ( we put in a semi free standing bath) ...small wall hung vanity and toilet.
    ( before that was no bath)
    Personally id prefer the floor space in the first layout pictured, the one with separate bath and shower looks a little squishy.
    Our room is 1.7 x 2.4

    Good luck!

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    Default Bathroom renovation opinions PLEASE!!

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    Default Bathroom renovation opinions PLEASE!!

    The problem we've found (even with our design that we did) is that the door is opening onto things.

    You couldn't use the vanity with the door open if it was opening that way, and if it opened the other way you couldn't open the shower door unless the bathroom door was closed. I guess it usually *would* be closed though anyway?

    I don't know if people see that as an issue? Or no?
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    I think you will find that in any bathroom though, the door is usually closed but I'd prefer it open up to the vanity then the shower iykwim? I'd also personally have a door and not a slider, sliders are ugly and unhinge easily and you can see the track. Plus if you move the door it might cost you alot because you'd have to re-plaster and have a chippy there etc.

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    Also with the 2nd image I attached, you have the slider going the other way, so it slides into the shower end, which would have the space to fit the slider, it wouldn't go into another room? So then if the door is open, you see the vanity and not the shower.

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    Anwyay, I hoped I helped alittle, I have no more ideas lol Good Luck x

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    Default Bathroom renovation opinions PLEASE!!

    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    A freestanding bath will make it look more 'designer'. But they are a monster to clean behind without at least 30mm clearance. If you have a small space definitely go built in.

    Unless you are selling immediately as freestanding looks more flash
    Unfortunately we'll be here for a while :-/


 

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