A design to transform this 17-year-old outdated master bathroom to a modern and light spacious luxury bathroom in a small Lincolnshire village.
The existing bathroom was used mainly as a guest bathroom, however my clients felt it needed updating and wanted it to feel more spacious and modern. They already had ideas on how they wanted the bathroom to look but needed advice and guidance on how best to put their ideas together. They were also concerned on how the new sanitary ware could be re-positioned as the floor was built of block & beam.
We looked at several different styles and sizes, colour schemes & textures for the walls and floor, based on the theme of modern and light, with the ambience of luxury.
By removing the stud wall which housed part of the shower unit, created a flood of light into which was a dark corner. New LED spotlights replaced the dim existing spots. The WC Suite was re-positioned onto the back wall creating more space for a large D Bath to be psoitioned under the window, with a set of chrome bath mounted tap & shower head. A new larger shower enclosure was positioned where the existing shower cubicle had been. A chrome flat towel rail was positioned between the shower cubicle and bath, for easy access to their towels. The large gloss white vanity basin unit was set on four chrome legs to create a sense of space. Two large drawers meant plenty of storage, keeping the bathroom free from clutter. To create more light & storage, a LED mirror cabinet was positioned above the vanity unit. Finally, to add to the luxury feeling of this beautiful room, large porcelain textured tiles were used for the floor, inside the shower cubicle area, together with large matt white wall tiles.