Modern Bathroom Case Study | York | North Yorkshire
Published: 18 June 2018
Mr & Mrs Pierce had a small bathroom that consisted of a rope edged deco designed bath with overhead shower and matching WC and basin with traditional upstand.
Having come recommended in the first instance as a result of the WC no longer working; a decision was made to explore the option of renovating the entire suite as it was anticipated that the bathroom could benefit from a little TLC.
With vinyl to the floor and white tiles to the walls that contained a combination of blue mosaics the dated bathroom was ready for a modern update which is exactly what the couple decided to do.
Having decided to explore the concept of a full renovation and transform the traditional styled suite into a modern contemporary bathroom a free home survey design & quote visit was booked with More Bathrooms Surveyor and Designer, Andy.
As a direct result of a recommendation both Mr & Mrs Pierce were more than comfortable with our processes and happy for Andy to suggest fixtures and fittings and finishing touches that would achieve their dream renovation.
As a direct result of the size of the small bathroom, and the fact that the couple wanted to retain a bath, there was no other way of fitting all fixtures in the room than to carry out a straight, like for like swap. In essence this would mean that everything that came out would go back in in the exact same space, albeit more modern.
Featuring glacier white contemporary fixtures, including a boxed-in bath with overhead shower and glass screen, pedestal basin and conventional closed couple WC the now modern, light, bright and airy bathroom was fully tiled in a light bumpy white tile with dark anthracite featured mosaic.
what mr & mrs pierce said about more bathrooms:
"Thanks to Passmore for helping us to create a superb bathroom with the minimum fuss. Andy made sensible recommendations at the planning stage and in the showroom. Paul was bright and early every day and worked cheerfully and hard throughout the fitting process. A job well done.”
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