Small Bathroom Case Study | Huddersfield | West Yorkshire

Published: 27 April 2017


Mr Bojar had a matching oyster shell bathroom suite consisting of a bath, basin & WC. Dark and dated in appearance, the chosen fixtures and fittings had clearly had their day in terms of design and aspiration. A relatively small bathroom the dark colour scheme did not help the claustrophobic look and feel, with lack of storage further adding to the cramped ambiance.


Due to the overall layout of the room not much could be done in terms of relocating key fixtures and fittings in order to make the most of the available space.

Following discussions on site with More Bathrooms Surveyor & Designer Garry Kirkbright, the decisions was made that the best way forward was to conduct a relatively simple rip and refit with significant concentration to be focussed on the overall design, product choices & finishing touches, in order to lift the room, making it lighter, brighter, more atheistically pleasing and functional when in use.

With years of design experience under his belt, Garry worked with Mr Bojar to come up with a design that solved all problems and catered to each of his wants and needs.


Focusing on design trickery Garry’s approach was to do what he could to make the room feel bigger than it was. With this in mind Garry proposed a run of semi recessed furniture which would house the basin & WC, concealing all pipework, making it easier to maintain and providing much needed storage.

Similarly the room was fully tiled in light coloured ditto grey tiles which helped rejuvenate the room entirely. Furthermore, with the additions of an illuminated cabinet mirror and glass shower screen, light was now able to reflect and bounce around the room making it airy and bright.

what mr bojar said about more bathrooms:

Excellent service. Full bathroom strip out, refurbishment, tiling, electrics and fixtures. The installer was brilliant; helpful, competent, friendly and diligent - bathroom looks even better than on the CADs.

Would recommend to anyone and would use again.

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