This bathroom was originally half tiled and contained a bath sink and toilet. All existing tiles, fixtures & fittings were removed and re-plastered where requried. The walls were tiled floor to ceiling and the wooden floor was over boarded with 6mm HardieBacker® 250 cement board prior to tiling. The bath was replaced with a 720x1000 shower tray, and the old electric shower was replaced with a thermostatic unit. The base units, toilet and hand basin were Utopia and the old radiator was replaced with a chrome towel radiator.
Utopia Suite in black
This ensuite shower room was completly taken back to bare plaster, existing units, old tiles and floor covering were removed. The layout stayed the same for the shower, toilet and handbasin. The room was re-plastered, a waterproof plaster board ( Aqua Board ) was installed in the shower area as a secondary barrier to prevent water ingress. A low profile 800mm quadrant shower tray was fitted. Walls are tiled floor to ceiling and the shower installed here was a corner mounted unit, providing head and body jets. The units are a Hi gloss black finish with dark walnut cabinets.
This shower room originally contained a bath and washbasin and was replaced with an 800mm offsett quadrant shower tray and enclosure with twin sliding doors. Heritage base vanity units were installed. The floor had James Hardie cement based tile backing boards installed prior to tiling the floor and all walls were re skimmed in preperation for the perfect finish. A feature brushed stainless steel towel radiator adds a touch of luxury.
This bathroom was designed, with removal of the existing bath. A large 900mm quadrant low profile shower tray and enclosure. This particular style of shower tray means there is only a 25mm step to give a low access threshold for anyone with mobility issues. A Mira sport 7.5 Kw electic shower was installed.
This bathroom was large enough for both a stand alone bath and a 1200mm square shower tray. The bath is free standing which means it can be positioned away from the walls to make it a feature point of the bathroom.
White Suite With Black Quartz Floor Tiles
This bathroom looked stunning with white wall tiles with black border separated with a chrome trim. The shower tray was a 1000mm curved low profile tray, as we were limited for space in this bathroom the client still wanted a maximum size shower tray but because of the position of the window we had a custom made sheet of 8mm of sand blasted toughened glass which allowed us to encroach the cubicle over the window opening whilst still maintaining maximum light. The floor tiles were a Quartz tile which are the new vogue in interior design due to there spectacular sparkling reflective surface.
This bathroom we removed an existing bath and replaced it with a large 1200mm shower tray and cubicle. This particular shower screen incorporated the hot and cold water feed and thermostat control built into the corner of the cubicle frame.
Utopia White Suite
In this en-suite we managed to increase space by re-structuring an internal wall and removing unwanted boxing in, increasing the space available to enable us to fit a 900mm curved shower tray, with a 400mm vanity hand basin unit.
Here an en-suite was built housing an 800 shower tray and screen. We installed new feeds for water and waste pipes, and a complete new soil stack. A toilet, handbasin and towel radiator were fitted along with shaver point, extractor and downlighting. We tiled locally around the shower area and behind the hand basin.