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!