Bathrooms don't have to be all white..... Whilst white sanitary ware is still the preferred choice, there are plenty of ways to add some colour and personality to the rest of the room - in tiles, fabrics, wall colour, flooring and accessories. Bathrooms are often the smallest rooms in the house, but they are spaces we all use on a daily basis. Clean doesn't have to mean clinical, and functional doesn't have to be boring!
Why not use our Design Coach service to help work through layout and style options for your bathroom update?
Careful planning of space, storage and choice of fittings can add a touch of luxury to even a small space.
A downstairs cloak room and family bathroom both in need of updating. Built in storage above each WC provided space for essential products and reduced clutter. Coloured tiles and coordinating fabric blinds added personality and warmth.
Holiday villa ensuite shower room
A tiny ensuite and awkward alcove were knocked together to create a larger bathroom to house a modern shower, storage around the washbasin and the villa's washing machine. By moving the door it was also possible to create much needed storage for the villa in the adjoining bedroom.
The traditional fittings were replaced with something more modern and practical, but timeless enough to last.
Boiler space to shower room!
An older project but I still like the way it was possible to transform a utilitarian boiler room with WC into a shower room. The replacement of a (rather stinky!) old oil boiler with a more efficient external boiler created an opportunity, but there was a problem....
The room was large enough to take a shower, WC and washbasin, but with a window on the far wall, and door opposite, there was no available corner to fit a shower cubicle. By changing the door so it opened outward into the large hallway, and sourcing an unusual D - shaped shower cubicle, it was possible to create a shower room.