Our bathroom design philosophy focuses on practicality with style; beautiful bathroom suites and showers, plenty of hidden storage, great lighting, and underfloor heating. And we design and manage the installation of everything for you.
If you need help with your bathroom design, we offer an all-embracing service. Based on your brief, we produce 3D visuals to help you to see how the space will work; we also bring samples to give the complete picture. We design ingenious yet discrete bespoke storage, decorated to blend with the background. Our lighting design gives bright task lighting for general use and subtle background effects for night-time visits.
A high street retailer will sell you a bathroom suite, but you will have to sort out everything else; your plumbing, heating, electrics, decoration, flooring, window dressing, building work and other fittings. It is easy to overlook these details when budgeting for your new bathroom design: the suite and taps are obvious, but other features are important. We cover everything.
… and because our bathroom design is all-encompassing, you see the total cost of the finished renovation before you make any commitment to proceed.
The array of bathroom suites is bewildering: wall-mounted, close coupled, pedestal, no pedestal, half-pedestal; we help you to decide what’s best for you. We favour wall hung sanitaryware and concealed supplies, because it is easier to clean; it is more expensive, but you get a better result and a more stylish look.
Good bathroom design would include a shower niche for soaps and shampoos with a light to provide a warm glow at night. We avoid metal edge beads, preferring the look of a through-bodied tile. Small details like the neat tile overlap on these edges are important to us, and our regular contractors understand this.
As for the debate over bath or shower, the basic answer is simple – if you have a family home, keep a bath. You can always fit a small one. If your family has left home, they may return with grandchildren – who often need a bath. When it comes to sell, young buyers look for a bath for their children. We’ve managed to give clients the luxury of both, even in a small space. A small shower-bath with cube or curved end is a great, cost-effective solution.
The wet room below is squeezed into a small space just 2m x 1.8m; we made it feel spacious by installing a hinged shower screen whilst providing ample space for an elegant freestanding bath. Below you can see how the hinged glass door protects the rest of the room from spray; click on the first image then scroll through to see how this room developed.
We mentioned that we design and manage each bathroom refurbishment from initial concepts through to full installation, including all finishes. Most of our clients seek a luxury bathroom design and you may care to read more in our selection of bathrooms and en-suites.