This bathroom was transformed incorporating large (1800mm x 800mm) bath, double ‘floating’ vanity basin and shower unit with bath filler outlet.
The double basin unit, as well as being luxurious,gives lots of storage space in the soft close drawers.
This control unit allows the user to set the temperature and a timer for the electric element of the dual fuel towel radiator.
￼The concealed shower valve controls both the flexible shower outlet and also fills the bath via the overflow outlet.
Wood grain effect click vinyl flooring contrasts with the white and chrome bathroom fittings. The cistern for the toilet is concealed in a wardrobe on the other side of the wall.
The tiler skillfully negotiated this arched doorway to meet the customers requirements.
Low maintenance UPVC ceiling panels look great and 6 LED downlights reflect endlessly off the glossy porcelain wall tiles. A 6 inch, ceiling mounted extractor fan does a fantastic job of clearing the steam.
Wall hung vanity units with a of the plumbing hidden in the wall give a greater feeling of space in the bathroom.
￼This bathroom was transformed using PVC wall panelling (‘white sparkle’ from MB Decor). The panels, when installed correctly, give a w￼￼ater proof and easy clean alternative to tiling.
￼The floor was finished using ‘click vinyl’ waterproof floor system which is available in many different styles and is also water proof.
The bathroom as it was…
This tidy looking suite including shower bath, wall hung basin / semi pedestal and closed-back toilet was purchased from B & Q by the customer.
The nature of this sanitaryware allows all of the pipework to be concealed and making the bathroom look neater and easier to keep clean.
The bath was replaced with a low level shower tray and slider door enclosure.
PVC panelled ceiling with chrome infill lines, LED downlights and extractor within the shower area.
The customer purchased this suite including modern vanity set from Tecaz.
The ceiling provides stylish, low maintenance alternative to painted plaster.
The bathroom as it was….
Suite supplied by Ben the plumber.
This is a very small bathroom so to make the most of the space, a short shower bath was fitted across the width of the room and the position of the toilet and bath was changed.
The concealed shower was fitted at the opposite end to the shower outlet so that the user can turn on the shower before they get in.
The customer chose a vanity set with a very slim counter top to make the most of the limited space.
The basin is incorporated within the composite countertop
The bathroom as it was
In this installation, the bath was replaced with a full length shower tray with a fixed glass screen.