When the Robinsons decided it was time to transform their bathroom and give it the wow-factor they felt it deserved, they visited their local Court Homemakers showroom. The displays were great to see, but they already know what they wanted. The bathroom they desired would sit comfortably in any grand hotel.
The Boothby’s had moved into a new build 20 years ago. They loved the house but always felt that the kitchen let it down. It felt disproportionately small and there was a separate utility room and family room which just wasn’t a great use of space. Their brief was simple. Open the space up and give the house the heart of the home it deserved.
Mr and Mrs McCulloch had chosen Court Homemakers to work after their builder had renovated their previous home, which had been a huge success. It’s little wonder then that they decided to choose Court Homemakers again when they bought a new property that they wanted to extend to create their dream open plan kitchen.
Planning a new bathroom can be a little like completing a jigsaw, especially when the pieces just don’t fit together in the way you’d like. That’s where Court Homemakers can help.
Mr and Mrs Williams live in a four-bedroom house and decided they wanted to add a bathroom and an additional multi-functional room that could serve as an additional bedroom if necessary on the ground floor. This meant moving the existing kitchen into what was the dining room, creating the new room/bedroom where the old kitchen had been and converting the existing utility room into a new bathroom.
The client wanted a kitchen that not only looked fantastic, but would blend in with the rest of the room creating a space to entertain family and friends.
When Mrs Eastwood came into our showroom, she informed us that she had a good sized bathroom, but she felt the layout didn’t do the size justice. She said she wanted a design that would blow her away and give the room the wow factor, with a traditional meets modern feel to be in keeping with the rest of the house.