This was our opportunity to work with a discerning customer whose professional role is within the building industry. The customer had clear ideas on how she wanted her finished bathroom to look in her Victorian home.
We started by the complete removal of all old wall tiles, fixtures and fitting.
After lengthy discussions with us and trips to our tile supplier the customer changed her choice of wall and floor tiles a couple of times. Her final decisions bring both light and texture to this modern bathroom.
Our customer wanted to maximise the bathroom space whilst retaining a bath and shower. We achieved this via the installation of a compact shower cubicle and free standing bath with wall mounted fixtures, (tap and shower head).
A compact ladder towel rail was installed adjacent to the newly fitted shower for ease of use and warmth to the whole area.
Down lighters into the newly boarded ceiling can be switched from cool to warm white as required enabling the customer to change the feel of the bathroom space.
A Montrose wall suspended vanity unit with built in sink was installed adjacent to the floor mounted WC giving the illusion of greater floor space. Above the vanity unit we installed a mirrored glass wall unit with top and bottom lighting, thus increasing the light and airy feeling of the room.
We laid a water proof floor membrane before laying Victorian style floor tiles. These were complimented by a large plain white wall tile.