Not only do we create an Exotic Bathroom Installation like this, but, our team can make the average bathroom look special. Because we are a small friendly, family installer, with competitive prices, ask no deposit and can arrange finance. Whatever your budget we will give you the bathroom of your dreams. Or install a luxurious Wet Room.Wet Rooms being our speciality. But we can still create a beautiful bathroom for you. We not only work in Ipswich, but often install bathrooms in Colchester and surrounding areas.
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This, we think, is the ultimate retro bathroom, if you like that sort of thing. Centerpiece being a free standing copper bath costing a grand four thousand pounds. It has a nice tiled wet area for showering, vanity unit and low level WC. not sure about the wallpaper though or the extractor system.
This was a large bathroom, so they could get away with a fairly dark tile. But we don't really like tiles so dark. Anyway, it is still a beautiful job. A free standing bath, nice size shower area with a wet room floor and recessed shelves in the tiles, and a vanity unit.
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. We thought classy.
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.
This is a fair size bathroom that has a shower as well as a bath. The shower controls were set at the opposite end to the shower and two shelves built into the stud wall. A free standing bath and tap gives an up market look, but expensive. The grey tiles looked good but we thought a bit on the dark side, although looked better than in photo.
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.