Wet Room Case Study | Leeds | West Yorkshire
Published: 7 July 2017
Mr & Mrs Phipps existing bathroom was originally fitted by ourselves approximately 20 years previous to their second enquiry with us. Returning having received excellent service and a first class installation the existing bathroom had stood the test of time and was still in good working order albeit a little tired around the edges and outdated in terms of current designs.
Consisting of an enclosed bath, separate shower enclosure, pedestal basin and closed couple WC the contrasting, fully tiled, walls were all the rage in the early-mid 90’s whereby two opposing colours were used, separated by a detailed boarder.
Wanting to achieve a complete bath to shower room conversion due to no longer wanting or requiring the need to bathe, Mr & Mrs Phipps returned to More Bathrooms seeking professional help and advice. Following a detailed discussion on site Surveyor & Designer Paul created Mr & Mrs Phipps the transformation of their dreams, while offering guidance and suggestions when it came to presenting the options for all the fixtures, fittings and finishing touches.
Having initially set their mind to incorporating a large shower enclosure Paul proposed a wet floor shower concept which he believed would suite the wants, needs & requirements of the couple better, while opening up the size of the room making it more versatile in use and appearance. Falling in love with the concept and design immediately, Mr & Mrs Phipps had set their heart on a fully tiled, minimalistic, wet floor shower conversion that oozed simplicity and elegance, and once again they were not disappointment with the finished installation.
What Mr & Mrs Phipps said about more bathrooms:
“Absolutely delighted with our new bathroom. Would like to particularly commend Sam who fitted it to the highest standard, and Paul Tarbard who guided us through the whole procedure from start to finish. Can highly recommend Passmore's for the quality of their service, products and fitting.”
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