KUDOS have been designing and manufacturing innovative showering products from their base on the edge of the Lake District since 1999. They have built a reputation for beautifully designed, precision engineered luxury shower doors, bath screens and shower enclosures.
As they have complete control over all aspects of the manufacturing process, they can be confident in maintaining the highest standards of quality and performance of all of the products that leave their premises. Each one is made to deliver the very best in functionality and value.
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Projects Featuring KUDOS
Northend, Bath, Housing Development
A mid range housing development with 3-4 cloakrooms/bathrooms per plot. A bespoke double basin unit was used for the master en-suites due to certain size requirements. The fitted funiture was a cost effective way of hiding pipework and giving practical storage space. LED light ribbons were added to the furniture plinths for a stunning aesthetic. The furniture worktops were a solid surface material that is waterproof and robust whilst the made to order sizes reduced installation time as no cutting was required.
Lansdown Ridge, Bath, Housing Development
This high end new build housing development had 3-5 bathrooms per plot. The fitted furniture was preferred to conceal the pipework whilst giving practical storage. Adding small lights to the furniture plinth and bath panel can add a glamorous appearance.
With the most spectacular views in Bath, Landsdown ridge is an extremely prestigious development. The specification on the build is very high and most of the houses in the development were pre-sold before they were even built.
The thorough methods of the bathroom fitter employed by the developers on this installation made working with the clients a dream. The products for the unsold houses were selected for their durability and general aesthetic appeal whilst each of the clients that had purchased before the building commenced had the opportunity to customise their bathrooms.
Housing Development, Tyning Road, Bathampton
A perfect example of a mid-high end new build housing development of plots with 4-5 bathrooms. The large double basin and wall hung vanity unit in the master en-suite gives the feeling of opulence. The ready assembled fitted furniture used in the other bathrooms helps hide the pipework and adds also ticks the box for the requirement for much needed storage with our modern day lifestyles.
The lighting under the furniture gives subtle mood lighting which can be extremely useful when using the room in the night or when winding down in the bathtub.
Hotel, Russel St, Bath
This Hotel bathroom renovation was carried out one room at a time to keep the business fully functioning. The basins were carefully picked so that they provided a space for customer wash bags and toiletries. They are mostly wall hung for ease of cleaning the floor underneath usually with no furniture to reduce the chance of water damage by guests. The majority of the rooms had showers over the bath so guests have have the option of either the shower or the bath function. Steel baths were chosen for their strength and resilience to scratches and chemicals.
Most of the mirrors were illuminated with a built in shaver socket on the side to give a sleek appearance. They also had demister pads to stop them steaming up and even some had magnifying zones.
The toilets chosen were back to wall with the concealed cisterns housed in some tiled boxing that also provided a useful ledge and some shelves glass were added above for extra storage.
Easy to use taps and showers were picked so that guests could operate without any help or guidance.
The sleek rooms are minimal, calming and a classic hotel styling that was appropriate with the building.
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.
This project was for a stunning villa near Wadebridge, Cornwall with 3 bathrooms.
There has been some boxing created behind the toilet to house the toilet frame/cistern and to conceal the pipework. An useful access hatch has been created in this boxing for maintenance which is open in the main photo.
The large slim white shower tray blends well with the white carrara effect tiles which also make the room feel bright and airy.
In the other shower room the pentagonal shower enclosure gives good access to the toilet and basin area with the angled off corner reducing the chance of kicking the corner of the tray or colliding with the glass.
The wetroom tray former is cut into the floor to give a large, flush shower area with the expertly cut tiles. This gives space for an impressive double entry walk in shower with one simple glass screen supported by two arms. You normally require at least 2m width to fit a double entry shower in an for it to work correctly. The underfloor heating is an efficient way of heating the room and will dry up any standing water from showering keeping the room free from damp.
The recess box in the shower allows for stylish storage without impeding on the user space that a wire basket would.
The floor standing vanity unit gives maximum storage in what would be wasted space underneath the basin. There is also subtle storage above in the recessed illuminated mirror cabinet. Being sunk into the wall means that it gives the feeling of more space and the lights on it allow for task lighting when using the mirror. Inside the cabinet the charger socket allowing for toothbrushes an shavers to be hidden away out of sight.
Installed by Oakley Creations
Oldland Common, Bristol
Some stylish bathrooms installed at this property by the talented team at Aquabathrooms. The space around this bath was boxed in to conceal the pipework which also allowed for the long recess storage box behind it. It also left space for a concealed valve and waterfall style overflow filler meaning no spout was required. A luxurious effect is to add some lights to the front of the bath panel to give some fabulous mood lighting.
In the smaller cloakroom they have also used some tiled boxing behind the wall hung toilet and basin with wall hung vanity furniture. This half height false wall is used to hide the toilet cistern and frame and also the pipework for the basin. There needs to be some reinforcement behind the wall mounted basin for support or you can also buy purpose built steel frames for this too. The glamorous lights have been added underneath the toilet and basin for practical low level lighting which also accentuates the fact the basin and toilet are wall hung, making the floor space seem larger.
Church St, Bath
The stylish shower room really does stand out with the great use contrasting tiles in the shower and behind the basin. The illuminated mirror really helps to bring out the accent colour with the blue LED glow. This mirror can easily be adjusted to the users preference of brightness and colour temperature as well as being steam free and touch-less switch.
The fashionable, special finish basin mixer and shower system are bang on trend and give a very boutique look to the room.
In the bathroom the back to wall bath has achieved a freestanding look that gives the feeling of luxury which is highlighted by the darker contrasting tiles behind. The back edge of the bath is sealed to the wall which is water tight and easy to clean. It also helps if you are conscious of space and they tend to be easier to install too. The large recess alcove above the bath allows plenty of space for candles and toiletries. There is also a large bespoke mirror above the bath which gives the illusion of a larger room and helps reflect light around.
The original basin and taps were reused in this shower room as the were quality vintage pieces in good condition. We married up the brushed brass finish with a new shower system and basin bottle trap for a uniform look.
Some stunning LED lighting was used in the shower recess boxes and under the tray which made them real features. This also matched up to the illuminated mirror with built in demister pad which keeps it steam free.
The large tray had to be raised up due to the waste but the colour nicely blends into the wall tiles creating a seamless design. The matt surface of the tray has anti slip properties for safe showering and is easy to keep clean. The simple piece of wetroom glass was used on the walk in shower keeping it minimal looking and the shower head had to be ceiling mounted due to the low ceiling height and sloping ceilings.