Small Bathroom Case Study | Leeds | West Yorkshire
Published: 28 March 2017
Miss Kingsley lives in a second storey flat in the North Leeds area of West Yorkshire. Having recently moved to the lovely, warm, welcoming and cosy set up Miss Kinsley wanted to put her own stamp on the place and desperately update the tired and dated bathroom.
Featuring a large fitted vanity basin unit and a bath with overhead electric shower mixer & curtain enclosure the room was half tiled in a dark blue detailing with pictured border and cushion vinyl to the floor. With brass taps to boot the entire room needed a modern face lift in order to bring it sprinting into the 21st century.
Above all the main aim of the refurbishment was to modernise and breathe life / fresh air into a tired design. A pretty straight forward rip out and refit due to the fixture preferences and available space meant colour choice and the selection of finishing touches would be key to ensuring a stand out design.
With this in mind More Bathrooms Surveyor & Designer, Andy, met Miss Kingsley on site to discuss all her options while measuring up the bathroom in order to provide an indicative cost for the works. Having made her preferences in terms of product clear from the onsite Andy then added additional value by presenting a number of complimentary extras that would lift the overall design.
Modern, functional and low maintenance. The refurbished small & compact bathroom was now as simple as it was stunning. Detailing a P shaped shower bath Miss Kingsley now had the best of both worlds with regards to choosing between enjoying a long soak or a wider and more efficient shower experience. Bringing the renovation to a close was the free standing modular basin unit with overhead illuminated mirror which added to the ambience of the room by making concentrated areas of the bathroom glow.
What miss kingsley said about more bathrooms:
"My Fantastic new bathroom is now complete. I am so pleased and happy with all the work Sam, my fitter / plumber and Mark, the electrician, have done – it looks lovely!”
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