The existing bathroom featured a bath, WC & basin.
The bath was to be replaced with a large walk in shower with no step – often referred to as a wetroom.
We project manage installations like this every week.
This project involved planning / design as well as the project managed installation:
• custom cut mirror fitting
• waste disposal
The final room featured a wall hung, back to wall toilet with concealed cistern sat aside a wall hung vanity unit.
Lifting the furniture off the floor helps to create a sense of space, as does the large custom cut mirror mounted horizontally above.
A light fitting was made to fit over this mirror to bounce the light around the space further.
A large 1600×900 walk in shower area took up all of the space previously occupied by the bath, and featured a fixed glass screen and flipper panel to contain the shower spray.
A vertical column of glass mosaic tiles complimented the rest of the porcelain wall tiling.
A twin head thermostatic mixer shower was fitted to give the customer a nice showering experience.
A wetroom floor meant that there was no unsightly shower tray or step up into the showering area, just a drain in the centre that all water flowed into.
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