Nuance by Bushboard
Nuance is Bushboard’s award winning bathroom wall panel system, created for showers, wetrooms and around the bath. The designs are not just beautiful to look at but uncompromisingly high performance and easy maintenance too, as it’s uniquely fitted without extrusions and 100% waterproof guaranteed.
It’s what bathrooms have been waiting for!
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|Nuance Brochure August 2019||5.20 MB||02-Dec-2019|
Projects Featuring Nuance by Bushboard
Warminster Road, Bath
This pentangle shower fits the space perfectly with the corner access leaving room for a tall thin radiator that has a large heat output. The feature patterned floor tile oozes style and brings the whole design together. The wall mounted vanity unit gives the illusion of more space as more of the stylish floor tiles can be seen underneath. The round mirror adds a softer shape in to the equation and stops the whole layout from being too angular.
Sydney Road, Bath
The shower in this project was tricky as the toilet waste had to run within the space that the shower was going. This was overcome by boxing out with a false wall and this also created a very practical seat in the corner. This area was then tiled and the back walls of the shower seat was clad in wall panelling which turned out to be a quirky design feature.
The fitted furniture added some storage whilst also helping to hide the pipework. The mirror cabinet provided more storage and a neat solution for hiding a charger socket.
The back to wall bath fits perfectly in place and gives the illusion of a freestanding bath whilst joining to the back wall for a watertight seal and not taking up much room when you enter the room.
The existing bathroom in this property (shown in the photo reel) was pleasant enough but our designer Rob and the fitter succeeded in bringing it fully up to date with a light, modern look.
Using a combination of Roper Rhodes furniture and brassware, significantly more storage was added to the room. The vertical beam that pushes into the room by the window was incorporated into the design by using a slimline unit in conjunction with the regular units, and a single-piece worktop to give a smooth run of furniture and concealed cistern.
The Merlyn tray required a raised plinth to accommodate the waste. Rather than using a leg set, the fitter has built a plinth the length of the room which ensures that the shower is incorporated into the room without looking out of place, and providing a separate raised area that brings some variation to the room without losing space.
Although the wall panelling in the showering area is made up of multiple panels, rather than using chrome end trims for each panel, the Nuance panels are bevelled and fit together to give a truly seamless look.
The pictures in this project show both the before and after, quite a transformation!