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Chris and Debbie went for a complete remodel of their existing bathroom. We removed a bath at one end and replaced with a walk-in shower and removed and shower at the other end and replaced with a Japanese inspired soaking tub. They chose an anthracite coloured vanity basin, wall hung cupboard and towel radiator that complemented the style of the luxury vinyl tile flooring we installed. All in all the Chris and Debbie are extremely pleased with how their new bathroom looks and feels.
The wall are fully tiled with a large gloss white tile. Some say white tiles look clinical, but this bathroom looked special, clean and bright.
Mrs Porter wanted a bright look but not white tiles on the walls. So she went for grey wall tiles with a mosaic border, white units to match the P shape bath and white floor tiles. We also fitted four down lights in the ceiling. We think it worked very well.
Mr Young went for a modern look with light, driftwood style, vanity units and a P shape bath, which gives more shower room than a standard bath. We also changed the radiator for a heated towel rail.
Here you can see we used a stone effect tile laid in brick fashion. A whirlpool bath and vanity units.
Bathroom with wet area
This was a spacious bathroom in a listed building. The owners wished to have a wet room, but retain a bath. So we obliged. We removed all the floor boards and replaced them with twelve mill cement board. Tanked all joins and installed underfloor heating. the floor was tiled with hexagonal tiles. The walls were tiled in white. all in all it made a very nice bathroom.
Nice Basic Bathroom
This is a nice but very basic bathroom with the minimum of tiling. We always recommend a full tile especially in a wet room.
This is a top end luxury bathroom. We cater for everyone, from the smallest normal bathroom, to the utmost in luxury.
This bathroom was tiled in a grey tile containing shiny silica. It has a 1500 P shape shower bath. The customer tiled the floor with old broken bits of tile. We thought it looked quite good, different, unique.
This was a narrow bathroom and the bath was originally under the window, which, made the room feel very narrow as you walked down to the basin at the other end. So, we used a 1500 bath and cut the tap holes off to enable it to fit across the far end of the room. We then had to mount the taps in the wall and fitted a mirror in the tiles with a small border around it. The tiles were all white and looked good. We also hung the basin under the window with a semi pedestal. The WC remained in it’s original place. The room now feels twice the size.
Black and White
This was a reasonably priced job. Although the vanity units pushed up the price a bit. But it shows what can be done on a fairly limited budget.
Another mirror set in the tiles. This not only makes the room feel much bigger, but, does stop steam from getting behind the glass.
This was in a smart restaurant in Hua Hin Thailand. No, you can't have one. I don't know where they came from.
At the other extreme, the next photo is one we found in an old temple. I can make you one of these though. lol.
This bathroom was tiled with a black slate and sealed. So it could not look any darker. Erm, well, not sure, it was nice in its own way, but it was like being in a cave. Even more lighting I think.
Yes, a Victorian look. This bathroom came out OK but not to our taste. The customer loved it though, and that is what matters.
This was the customers design, not ours, but it shows that even with a plain or white tile you can add some interest.
We do not only install luxurious bathrooms, but very ordinary ones as well. See how we updated this sad old bathroom; to a clean bright modern one at reasonable cost. Again, vanity units and a mirror set in the tiles.