Walls and Floors
Walls and Floors began in 1987 on a recipe of hard work and long days, with a small garage and a single van; their two co-founders, Mr Greenbank and Mr Green, would drive up and down the country transferring tiles for the latest projects.
Now, present day, they offer an unbeatable range of tiles to suit all your home improvement needs. With over 20 million tiles in stock over 500,000 Sqm and 5-star customer assistance; they really are the Leading Tile Specialists. Celebrating over 32 Years, this is just the start.
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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.
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.
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.