Case Study - Wetroom Conversion
Brief:

My clients wanted to have a light, airy, modern family bathroom with the addition of a separate shower. Their main bathroom consisted of a bath with mixer tap/shower over the bath, basin and toilet.

It was dated and tired with peach suite, peach tiles and gold worn fittings and the layout wasn’t using the space to its full potential.

Project:

I wanted to give my clients a bathroom that could be enjoyed by the whole family with clean lines and a minimalist no fuss look, but with a hint of glamour and luxury.  The whole layout was redesigned to make the most of the space available.

By adding a contemporary free-standing bath on the main wall gave the wow factor.  The wet room shower gave it a luxury feel and a wall-hung toilet and sink gave a more spacious feel. This is also a more hygienic option, as there is no hard to reach areas to clean.

By removing the corner cupboard more space was created for the sink with under storage and mirrored wall cabinet.

Before

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The feature tiles chosen where used to highlight the main areas of the space, housing the chrome wall mounted bath fittings, and concealed shower fittings, with a overhead fixed rainfall shower and a hand held mixer shower.

The tiles included a mixture of textures of slate, metallics, greys and black and looked stunning with the backdrop of large white rectangular ceramic tiles. The floor tiles uses where non-slip textured slate grey.

A shelf with lighting was built into the wall of the wet room shower giving a glamorous feel as well as a practical storage solution. The lights can also be dimmed giving a relaxing subdued lighting experience so when having a bath it feels as if by candlelight.

A wall of glass was inserted into the floor and ceiling, this gave a very contemporary feel to the space.

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