Kinber Close Main Bathroom, Bath
Not much of a move around but a very modern update in this bathroom. As you can see from the included plans/3D drawings and the before pictures, the basic plan is the same as the original bathroom. However it’s still important to do a plan to ensure all the new products will fit correctly.
The new basin unit has been coupled with a back to wall WC unit and incorporates a semi-countertop basin in the same way as the original layout. This allows for a full sized basin with a slimmer depth of furniture which saves a lot of space. The toilet has been updated to a modern Archetype pan from Roper Rhodes with another concealed cistern, utilising a push type flush button mounted to the unit. The countertop is all one piece also supplied by Roper Rhodes and cut to fit the space.
The original wall mounted cabinets have been replaced with a large double mirror cabinet. A large mirror makes a room feel bigger whilst also providing functionality and the storage space of the cabinets hasn’t been lost. The panel radiator underneath the wall unit has been upgraded to an Eastbrook towel rail style radiator which not only heats the room adequately, but also provides plenty of storage for multiple towels.
As with all the other fixtures, the bath was replaced and a new clear glass bath screen fitted to the wall. The new bath has been flipped round so that the sloping end for resting your head is opposite the taps, for a more comfortable position and the taps placed on the same end as the shower.
The walls around the bath and over the basin have been finished with Jaylux Durapanel shower panels. These are super easy to fit compared to tiles and because they’re tongue and groove, provide a seamless finish. The pale panels, worktop and ceramics are offset but a beautiful lavender paint on the other walls opposite the bath, but is still quite pale to retain the modern, clean look.