Currently there is a bigger choice than ever in bathroom fittings and furniture. Lights are available in all shapes and sizes including low energy LED lamps. There are different flooring options including underfloor heating and many types of tiles for both the floor and wall.
I can supply and fit any bathroom you would like, make alterations to the walls and floor if necessary, and advise you on the reliability of the various parts so you can make the right choices.
Some examples of my past projects are featured below.
This small cloakroom has large porcelain tiles on both the floors and wall. The walls needed some renovation so that they would hold the very heavy tiles. A new dropped ceiling was fitted with the extractor fan and lighting wiring hidden in the void. A movement sensor switch controls the lights.
This bathroom was re-fitted to make it safer for an elderly person to use. The chair in the shower and support handles by the WC neatly fold up so others can use the bathroom. A floor to ceiling post is fitted just outside the shower door to give additional support when getting out of the shower.
I re-fitted several bathrooms for elderly people in 2014, this picture shows the seat folded out of the way and the floor to ceiling pole is fitted to the right of the shower door. This particular shower screen has one large sliding door giving easy access and there’s plenty of room to move inside the shower.
Here a new ensuite is awaiting decoration and a new floor covering. The furniture, WC and basin were chosen to take up the least amount of the available floorspace. The door and one section of wall were moved to give more space around the shower.
Before this bathroom was re-fitted, extensive work had to be carried out on the walls, floor and ceiling. The house is very old and as many as possible of the original floor boards were cleaned up and re-used. There was little or no space under the floorboards to run the pipes.
Cast iron pipes ran along the wall above floor level. The client wanted a period feel to the bathroom, so a timber paneled section was built in over the pipes and painted white. This paneling was continued along the wall under the window and a traditional style radiator fitted. The stand alone bath completing the design.
This bathroom is larger than most and the client wanted a fairly minimalist, clean, uncluttered look.