Create a unique look with a bespoke bathroom renovation from Empire Bathrooms

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When it comes to the bathroom, many people are happy to settle for a stock standard look with white walls, fixtures and a neutral finish. But what if you want something different? When you commission a bespoke renovation from Empire Bathrooms, you can create a space that reflects your own unique style. From small details like tape-ware style and colours to large elements like tile designs and wall coverings, there are no limits to how much customization we can offer. Whether your tastes run traditional or contemporary, modern or vintage, our team of expert craftsmen will work with you every step of the way.

How to create a bespoke renovation in your bathroom

It’s all about the details. When you design a bespoke bathroom renovation, it’s important to think about every little detail. Start with the basics — Everything from the plumbing and electrical fixtures to the type of flooring and window coverings needs to be decided upon. From there, you can add your own personal aesthetic. Pick your colours, design your tiles, decide on your wall coverings and more. When you want a bathroom that’s truly your own, a bespoke bathroom renovation is the best way to get there.

Wall renovations in a bespoke bathroom

If you’re starting from scratch, one of the best places to start customising is with the walls. There are several different options available to you. You could, for example, opt for an interesting artistic tile design. Or, if you want a smoother surface, you could choose a decorative wall covering. If you want to upgrade to a more durable surface in the future, removable wall coverings like wallpaper and decals can make it easy to change things up in a few years without having to start from scratch.

Tiling options

Whether you pick ceramic, porcelain or natural stone tiles, you have three main options when it comes to materials. Natural stone tiles are incredibly durable and last a lifetime. Tile can also be an excellent choice for allergy sufferers, as it is less porous than most other materials, making it easier to clean and less likely to trap mould and bacteria. Ceramic tiles, on the other hand, are softer and are relatively easy to cut and install. With so many options to choose from, you can create a unique look with tiling alone.


A vanity is a common element in many bathrooms, but you can choose the look that best suits you. If you want to go the custom route, there are plenty of options to choose from. For example, you could opt for a classic wooden vanity with a classic design. Or you could choose a more modern look with materials like stainless steel, granite and concrete. No matter what design you choose, your vanity must be functional, too. Make sure to consider how it will work with your plumbing system and other elements.


When it comes to shower renovations, the options are nearly endless. You could choose a simple tile design, or something more intricate. You could go for a modern look or something more traditional. You could even opt for a completely unique design. Whatever you decide, your shower renovations are a great opportunity to inject some personality into your bathroom. If you have limited space, consider a wall-mounted shower head, or a corner shower to maximise your space.

Other customisation ideas

Whatever your tastes, there are plenty of ways to create a unique look with a bathroom renovation. You could choose a unique lighting fixture, or pick out your sink and tapware style for a cohesive look. You could even add a special finishing touch like a decorative rug or special artwork. The possibilities are endless.

In summary

The bathroom is a place to unwind and relax after a long day. But many people feel they don’t have the budget to make it into the space they’d like. If you’re not happy with the look of your bathroom and would like to remodel it, a custom renovation is the best way to get the look you want at a price that works for you. Custom renovations allow you to pick out every aspect of the renovation, down to the materials and fixtures used.

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