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Projects Featuring Roper Rhodes
Trossachs Drive, Bath
This wetroom makes a real statement with the dark wall tiles and furniture. The room includes a clever recess storage box in the shower wall. The tiled shower floor butts up to the the side of the bath allowing a space saving layout that leaves room to fit in a large basin with furniture underneath.
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.
Granville Road, Bath, Housing Development
A mid-high end housing development/new builds in Bath with 4-5 bathrooms per plot. Beautiful detached new builds with a small downstairs cloakroom and a range of elegant en-suites and a bathroom. Tiled boxing is a easy solution that helps to hide the toilet frame and pipework. Additional mood lighting was added underneath the furniture to give a relaxing atmosphere.
Sydney Road, Bath
A very interesting project in collaboration with Charlotte Langley Interior design. This grade listed Georgian property had a previous life as office space but has been painstakingly converted back into this residential grand mansion. The 7 bathrooms ranged from cloakrooms, bathrooms and wetrooms to the jewel in the piece which was the spacious Master En-suite. This room had a luxurious bespoke double basin, bespoke double entry wetroom shower and built in bath, all clad in a stunning natural marble. The sizeable space had plenty of room left for an extensive run of wardrobes for the ultimate in opulence.
Morris Lane, Bath
This bijou wetroom uses a space saving corner basin with vanity unit for much needed storage. The textured wall tiles add an element of interest to the room as the lighting casts varying shadows across the surfaces. Picking a similar colour for the floor tile gives an illusion of more space as at some points it can blend the floor and wall edges where they meet making them seem as one.
Miller Walk, Bath
Two separate basins can also work well instead of a large double basin as shown in this project with a large shower tray to replace the bath and make the spacious walk in shower.
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.
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.
Commercial Toilets, Easton, Bristol
This commercial Project in a Office rental business consisted of a Ladies and Gents toilets and a Disabled Shower Room. The Toilet cubicles, Vanity units and Urinal panels were all made to measure for easy installation. These all have easy access removable panels for maintenance. There are many colours to choose from for these products and are designed for easy cleaning and to be robust whilst also user friendly.
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.
Hulbert Close, Corsham
This bathroom was converted into a practical and magnificent wetroom for a customer with mobility issues. The previous layout only had a bath tub which could not be used by the customer.
It was converted into a easy access wetroom with level floor which involved chasing the shower tray former and waste into the concrete floor.
The toilet cistern and the basin frame/waste pipes were all hidden in a false wall which resulted in a easy to clean room with sleek and minimal appearance.
A recessed illuminated mirror cabinet gave extra storage whilst not impeding on the room space.
Fold down grab rails were added either side of the toilet for support when transferring to the pan and the basin was wall hung to allow space for a wheelchair underneath.
A wonderful job installed by You Love Bathrooms
Magdalen Ave, Bath
This room had an awkward sloping roof that constricted the design layout. The back to wall toilet was best positioned at the lowest height point to give maximum head room for the basin & shower. The concealed toilet cistern was then hidden in the lowest point of the roof.
The wall mounted basin and furniture unit was short projection which means that it does not stick out too much into the room. The furniture had one large drawer and a smaller hidden drawer to give additional storage. It gives the appearance for more floor space being wall mounted and the stud wall behind allowed the waste pipe to be hidden.
The shower has a stunning storage recess in the corner which has LED lighting to finish it off. The clever use of mosaic tiles is carried on behind the basin to tie the whole room together.
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.
Emerson’s Green, Bristol
This bathroom & shower room was installed by the skilled team at Aquabathrooms. The shower room has a stunning walk-in shower with a very on trend crittall effect shower screen , a shower system with drench head and some shimmering mosaic effect wall tiles. They also used a coloured shower tray for a wetroom look.
The counter top basin is sat on a wall hung, treated wooden shelf. The beautiful illuminated mirror above has a very practical demister pad so that it doesn’t steam up.
In the bathroom they have angled off the soil stack in the corner with some diagonal boxing to make it blend in more. Normally the vertical waste pipe (required for pressure release in the waste pipe) is an obvious square boxing in the corner of 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.
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.
The show stopping centerpiece in this design really is the wall mounted vanity unit with beautiful vessel washbowl and illuminated mirror. The worktop on the vanity furniture is a slim waterproof mineral resin material which is practical and modern. To keep the sleek look the illuminated mirror not only has a demister pad but also has a integrated charger socket so the nearby walls don’t require an ugly charger socket.
The wall hung toilet has a matching piece of furniture to house the cistern and frame in the same finish as the vanity unit so it is all coordinated.
The bath has been slightly brought off the back wall, boxed in and tiled. This has allowed room for a large recess box and to give the high end look has been illuminated along with the bath front panel.
The shower door is a clever infold door that looks minimal like a normal pivot door but it opens half in and half out to avoid colliding with anything directly in front of the door. Another stunning installation by Aquabathrooms.
The Glen, Saltford
Installed to a high finish by Aquabathrooms, this relaxing bathroom is spacious and modern.
The large quadrant corner shower allowed easy access into the room where a square or rectangular one would cause a pinch point at the corner.
The wall mounted basin with vanity unit has easy to organise drawers and a swivel basin mixer where the spout can pivot out the way for face washing etc. The illuminated mirror cabinet not only has task lighting on the front and mood lighting underneath but also has demister pads to stop the glass steaming up when showering. There is also a charger and USB socket inside to keep everything hidden away and tidy.
The bath has been boxed in with alluring lighting and recess box for candles and soaps to help unwind at the end of a long day.
Installed by Oakley Creations this stylish bathroom complimented the original features of this period property.
The matt black brassware, mirror, flush plate, heated towel rail and wall lights complement the original cast iron fireplace bringing the whole scheme together.
The long and thin room fits the freestanding bath down one end perfectly whilst still allowing good access to the toilet and basin area. This is helped by the curvy shape of the bath (when compared to a rectangular one) which is made of a strong mineral resin material which also has good insulating properties too.
The wall hung toilet has some tiled boxing behind to hide the cistern and frame. And the wall mounted basin with vanity unit also allows for more of the floor to be exposed giving the illusion of a larger room and making it easy to clean.
The subtle wall lights either side of the mirror and above the bath are not only bang on trend but also give a relaxing tone to the room and highlight the ceiling beam which adds character.
Hotel, Wells Rd, Bath
This 19th Century building had a complete refurbishment to create a luxury boutique bed and breakfast hotel near the town center in beautiful Bath.
They used classic styled products inspired by the Edwardian & Victorian eras in keeping with the property. One of the deluxe rooms had a roll top bath in the bedroom for touch of opulence. Another room also had a very unique shower with the back wall being a bespoke piece of glass that looked into the corner of the bedroom which was very useful at letting in natural light.
To cater for all clients we also supplied the goods for a Inclusive design (mobility adapted) wetroom which had two basins set at different heights and some stylish grab bars.
The pretty patterned floor tiles add some interest and the classic carrara marble effect wall tiles make the room feel light and a airy.
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
Park Road, Keynsham
This contemporary shower room had a 1400mm long, ultra slim shower tray with one full length piece of glass giving a minimalist look.
Opposite are the wall hung double drawer vanity unit and resin worktop with matching matt, mineral, counter top basin that give useful storage and handy surfaces for all your daily toiletries. The illuminated mirror has a demister pad to stop steaming up after showering. The toilet is rimless which means it is hygienic and easy to clean. The hanging pendant light and vertical mosaic strip really make it a stand out feature wall which is a welcome sight when entering the room.
The sloping ceiling caused a few complications with this shower room design which meant that a bespoke shower enclosure was needed. A digital shower was also used which took advantage of the roof space above. The coloured and textured shower tray blended well into the floor tiles and has anti-slip properties. Being a tray with no tiles or grout lines means it is far easier to keep clean compared to wetroom trays.
The gorgeous wall hung basin has a very handy slab to the side of it for resting toiletries and the vanity unit below has an aluminium, handle-less drawer front which is very water resistant. The illuminated mirror with demister pad and bluetooth connection with speakers also has task lighting and for mood lighting there is a wall light above. For even more storage there is a wall mounted tall boy to the side.
Inspired by one of our display bays in the showroom, this shower room has a beautiful corner shower which is the centerpiece of the room. Arriving in a kit format the wetroom tray and shower side walls are installed then the tiles of their choice are applied. The glass door is then fitted at the end and is all deigned to fit perfectly. The pentagon shaped shower is perfect for smaller rooms with the angled off corner allowing for easy movement to its adjacent basin and toilet. The side walls of the shower allow for some floor to ceiling LED lighting on the inner surface and the back walls have some delectable recess boxes which also have some small LED lights which are all bathroom waterproof rated. The gloss wall tiles help reflect the light making a dazzling room.
Installed by the talented team at Aquabathrooms.
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.
Belcombe Place, Bradford-on-Avon
This bathroom has a dazzling appearance when you walk into the room that is mainly due to the perfect use of mood lighting. The waterproof LED lights have been used to great affect around the bottom of the bath, under the wall mounted vanity unit and in the shower recess boxes which all face downwards (meaning you can’t see the light source) and gives a high quality finish to the room.
The illuminated mirror also has the same backlit style which continues the theme and also has a contactless sensor switch and demister pad to make sure it is steam free.
The wall hung toilet has the frame and cistern hidden in some tiled boxing directly behind it keeping the room contemporary and minimal. What would be wasted space above the toilet boxing has been converted into storage with a mirror cabinet.
The wetroom shower area has a larger fixed glass panel and to reduce the water splashing out it has a smaller hinged glass panel that can be rotated as required. The shower valve is at the entrance so that it can be turned on without a shocking splash of cold water. As well as practical shower handset they have a luxurious drench head with both rainfall and waterfall function.
In the master en-suite and bathroom there are wide, bespoke wall hung vanity furniture units and double vessel basins which allow for storage and a practical worktop to rest all your toiletries.
The illuminated mirrors above also give useful task lighting and glamorous mood lighting. They also have integrated demister pad to keep them steam free whilst showering and touchless sensor switch.
The master en-suite also has an elegant large recess box in the wall for storage of shampoo bottles and soaps. As the walls were solid brick, this was achieved by creating a false wall which also housed the wall hung toilet frame/cistern which was located at the far end of the walk-in shower.
In this wetroom two pieces of glass have been used on the walk in shower with one at the far end to help protect the wooden furniture under the basin from any water damage. The flush ceiling mounted shower drench head gives a minimal look and maximum head height.
Behind the wall hung toilet has been boxed out and tiled to contain the cistern and frame. This full width half height false wall also allows space for the wall mounted bath valve which operates an overflow filler meaning no bath spout is required. This boxing ledge as creates a very useful surface for any toiletries or ornaments.
The wall mounted basin with double drawer vanity unit has a LED ribbon light installed underneath for effective mood lighting that helps highlight the floor space underneath and give the illusion of more room. This lighting also nicely marries up with the illuminated mirror above.
Bath Road, Saltford
The striking main feature of this project is the freestanding bath which stands pride of place in front of the large sash window and in main view when you walk into the room. Its white colour stands out proud in contrast to the dark painted walls and the industrial style grey tiles. This room can take the striking darker shades due to large amount of daylight let in by the tall window.
One tall column radiator has been used to the left of the window to supply heating to the large room whereas a smaller ladder style heated towel rail to the right of the window is used for drying the towels.
The large 1200mm wide basin gives the feeling of opulence and the large areas either side of the bowl allow for practical surfaces to rest toiletries. The basin is resting on a chrome stand which can offer support of the basin weight and also provide a hanging space for a hand towel. It also helps to create the feeling of more room space as the frame is minimal and reflective allowing for more of the wall and floor to be seen.
Distinct colour changing LED mood lighting has been used in the shower recess boxes and around the toilet boxing to give this room the wow factor.
Installed by the skilled team at You Love Bathrooms
Under Knoll, Peasdown St John
Fitted furniture has been used to great effect here as the cupboard under the basin creates storage and the worktop provides a very useful surface for resting toiletries. The basin and worktop are an integrated all in one piece made out of a waterproof, mineral resin. This means that it is very hygienic and easy to clean with no silicone to worry about. It can be cut and finished on site and so no long lead times. The furniture also helps to hide the unsightly pipework.
The shower bath also has a colour matching bath panel to help tie the whole theme together. The patterned floor tiles give the whole room a classic style with a hint of modern boutique.
Designed by the talented Ruth at Silverwood Design
Bath Road, Keynsham
Mood lighting has given this room a real wow factor. The false ceiling has been slightly lowered to allow for a soft LED lighting around the edge in a recess. This can create a relaxing ambiance for bathing. The downlights are installed in the false ceiling to give task lighting. The small LED spot lights in the furniture and bath plinths also help to give a glamorous look and the mirror cabinet finishes the room off with matching lights.
The gloss grey finish on the fitted furniture helps to reflect the light just as the wall tiles do making for a bright and fresh room.
The long 1800mm fitted furniture run offers loads of storage space to help keep the room clutter free. The solid resin worktop is not only waterproof and hard wearing but also offers a useful surface for resting toiletries especially if you have guests round. The white worktop, traditional style basin and toilet nicely contrast the dark grey shaker style door fronts and the patterned floor tiles that incorporate both the colours all bring the stylish boutique theme together.
The unfortunate location of not one but two windows above the furniture means that a mirror above the basin is not possible but to get around this a small, illuminated, wall mounted, extendable shaving mirror has been fitted and a larger mirror on the adjacent wall helps to get around the issue. Two traditional wall lights has also been fitted above the furniture to not only look elegant but help with task lighting.
Forester Road, Bath
The classic grey and white colour theme helps give this bathroom a clean and bright finish. The round shapes are carried through nearly all the products including the bath, basin and mirror giving a soft and gentle appearance.
The freestanding bath has the tall freestanding bath shower mixer in the corner making it more subtle whilst still allowing for the bath to be used from either end.
The curvy basin with floorstanding vanity unit gives maximum storage and the swan neck basin mixer has a adjustable spout to rotate out the way when washing your face.
Altogether a fabulous room well executed and the smaller cloakroom is a clean and practical design.
Luckington Rd, Badminton
This L-shaped room was awkward and needed a bit of thought to select the appropriate products. The sophisticated fitted furniture combined both a standard depth vanity unit to provide large basin and storage with a slim depth toilet unit to make sure the it didn’t take up too much floor space. The waterproof solid resin worktop has been cut back to follow the shape of the furniture below and was finished on site. The fitted furniture also helps to hide any ghastly pipework and the matt shaker style furniture doors add a classy vibe to the room.
The minimalist pentagonal shaped shower enclosure was perfect for this set up as the diagonal corner allows easy access through to the toilet/basin and the heated towel rail opposite. This shape is also practical as there is no sharp corner to walk into or stub your toe on when you are half asleep.
Northampton St, Bath
The pipework behind the toilet and basin has been cleverly hidden in some tiled half height boxing. This also creates a handy shelf running the full length of the room. Another advantage with this boxing is that the mirror cabinet no longer protrudes over the basin so there is no risk of hitting your head.
The floorstanding vanity unit under the basin and the mirror cabinet give maximum storage for all your toiletries, spare loo roll and bleach.
The shower enclosure has a infold door which is a smart solution where the door opens half in and half out reducing the chance of the glass colliding with the wooden door into the room. The shower head has been mounted flush into the ceiling to allow for more head room.
A bright colour scheme has been carried through this room with the white freestanding bath with white bath feet, the matt white vanity furntiure and mirror cabinet, the white toilet seat and the white brick style tiles. The walls have been painted in a subtle pastel shade to give a clean and fresh looking traditional bathroom.
Installed by the skilled Roger from Artizan Bathrooms
This bathroom in a lovely old house in the beautiful village of Holt was originally populated with a tired looking bath, basin and pedestal and a close coupled toilet. The owners had a colourful adaptation of a modern country style in mind and with our design team and their clear vision of tile design and wall colour we think the result is just Wow!
The level access walk in shower, and the clever use of the quirky nooks and crannies in the room gives the room so much more space than before. Hiding the cistern and pipe work in some of the shelving tidies up the pipework and makes cleaning that much easier.
This project began as a real challenge for our designer. The bathroom is set in the underground basement of the property which presented a maze of tight turns for bringing products into the room and a low sloping ceiling within the bathroom itself making tiling and product placement quite difficult.
Our designer utilized the existing layout of the bathroom to take advantage of one alcove for the bath/shower, building out a wall to accommodate the hidden shower valve and to add a storage space. All of the units used are low profile to provide the maximum amount of storage space whilst making the room feel larger. This is coupled with pale tiles and surfaces, and well-placed lighting to counteract the lack of natural light.
A particularly clever trick was the use of underfloor heating…in the walls! This has turned what was previously quite a cold and damp space into a warm, dry and welcoming bathroom.
The final result is a bright warm space with plenty of storage and room to move.