Simon Turner Showrooms have many years’ experience of installing bathrooms and shower rooms in unusual spaces. For example, this blog shows how we constructed a utility room and then a staircase to a new shower room in a roof space.
Firstly, the utility room and hallway were built and this has given our customers a dedicated space to do their laundry. After building the room we installed plumbing and wiring so that we could install the laundry appliances our customers had purchased. We completed the hallway and utility room by painting the surfaces in popular grey and white paints.
Next, we constructed a staircase to enable us to build a new shower room in the roof space.
The bathroom has been fitted with a Vantage 900 x 900 quadrant shower tray and screen from Eastbrook Bathrooms and the shower cubicle has been fitted with a Mira Coda Pro two-headed shower.
A popular alternative to traditional ceramic tiles on bathroom and shower room walls, is waterproof panelling. Here we have fitted Nuance panelling in White Quartz to the shower area and to half height in the rest of the shower room.
There are many flooring options available for your new bathroom and one which we recommend is Aqua Step Flooring. This flooring is laid as tiles and has a non-slip surface that is warm to the touch, unlike ceramic, stone and natural slate tiles which are hard and cold to bare feet. This shower room was fitted with Aqua Step in Travertine Riven colourway.
The basin unit and tap, the Lily toilet and back wall unit are both from the Essentials range from Tavistock Bathrooms.
The room has been finished with a Realm mirror from Tavistock Bathrooms and a 600 x1000 chrome towel rail from Eastbrook Bathrooms. Lighting has been provided with LED downlights in a white and chrome finish.
Please get in touch (you can use the form below or call us on 01395 267805) if you are interested in using our bathroom designers and fitters for your bathroom project.