Laufen Sanitaryware was used in the way of a Val Vanity Unit and Laufen Pro WC with Geberit concealed cistern and flush plates and a plain white gloss tile was chosen to accentuate the clean lines.
The room had internal SVP boxing and pipework that was tricky to deal with, so Sam, the designer from Court Homemakers, decided to angle off the walls and create a tiled studwork. This narrowed the vision towards the basin and, when coupled with an LED wall mirror, really made the vanity area a focal point.
For the shower, a Kudos Pinnacle8 sliding door was used to save space and was combined with an Aqualisa concealed shower valve. And to complete the overall clean look, and the need for functionality, Karndean flooring was fitted.
The design certainly wows! And maximises the use of the space as requested in the initial brief. The client is really pleased with their new en-suite, which is now, not only functional, it looks great too.
If you’re thinking about a new bathroom, or indeed a new kitchen or bedroom, and don’t know where to begin, give the team at Court Homemakers a call. They’ll work with you every step of the way, making your dream room into a reality!