Modern Walk-In Shower Room Case Study | Knaresborough | North Yorkshire

15 December 2021

Problem:

Mr & Mrs Adams small 3-piece en-suite consisted of an enclosed shower, WC and basin.

Wanting to make better use of the available space and add additional storage Mr & Mrs Adams hoped to give their en-suite a design update.


Design Solution:

Having previously had their bathroom renovated by More Bathrooms before , Mr & Mrs Adams knew exactly where they wanted go to renovate their en-suite. To get the process started they booked a free design appointment for a Senior Designer to visit their home, survey their en-suite and discuss shower room options.

Mr & Mrs Adams were visited by Senior Designer Andy who discussed in depth with them the different styles of shower designs available and how they can make better use of their small space. Taking all information on board Mr & Mrs Adams chose a spacious walk-in shower.

Andy then provided Mr & Mrs Adams with a provisional quote dependent on their final fixture and fitting choices.

Happy to go ahead, Andy used his bathroom expertise and knowledge to create a bespoke walk-in shower room design based on their en-suite requirements.

Andy then invited Mr & Mrs Adams to our Harrogate Bathroom Showroom to present them with a detailed CAD design allowing them to envision their new shower room, alongside assisting them with selecting their fixtures and fittings.


Walk-In Shower Installation:

A spacious walk-in shower with a bespoke Corian bench and glass flipper screen, back to wall WC and semi-recessed basin was installed by More Bathrooms multi-skilled fitter Martin.

Making better use of the available space and creating additional room for Mr & Mrs Adams essentials, the basin and WC was installed within a run of fitted bathroom storage furniture .

Stunning bathroom finishing touches included installation of contemporary grey marble effect wall boards and grey vinyl flooring. Contemporary wave chrome grab rails were also installed to assist with any potential mobility issues in the future.

A large mirror was installed to create the illusion of a bigger en-suite space by bouncing light around the room.


Outcome:

A small en-suite room was transformed into a modern walk-in shower room with contemporary finishing touches.

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