The goal for this project was to maximise the showering area which was somewhat restricted by the eaves in the room. The potential for this room was further compromised by the limited drainage options for the shower.
By creating a false wall, we were able to run the drainage from the shower tray behind this wall, avoiding the unnecessary pipework 'boxing' which would have spoiled the sleek, modern appearance of this room. Additionally, the false wall gave us the freedom to construct a niche useful for shower storage and enhancing a spa-like feel.
The use of carrara marble tiles with their soft grey shading creates a timeless elegance and opens up this room to create a light space.
The contemporary minimalism of the Design+ walk-in shower from Crosswater elevates the sense of space further with the frameless glass enhancing the natural light.
Designer Kelly Hoppen's vision for her shower collection was to combine sleek design with functionality. This is illustrated well here by the contemporary two-way shower valve in chrome.
The Zion square fixed shower head made from solid brass compliments the linear appearance of shower tray, niche and valve.
We are delighted with our new bathroom
Paul and the team were great throughout the whole process from the design right through the finishing parts of the installation. The design phase was excellent and allowed us to explore a range of ideas and products to maximise the space we had available. The fitting team were also great to work with, their flexibility and care allowed the bathroom to be fitted smoothly around our working week. Again, the end product is superb.