Modern Bathroom Case Study | Leeds | More Bathrooms
Published: 21 October 2022
Mr. Wilson’s current bathroom was dated, and he wanted to refurbish his bathroom, to bring it up to date and add new features to the new bathroom design. The existing bathroom space was quite big and the current bathroom layout consisted of a dated bath and WC. There was a skimmed wall that had a small window and the only external light source coming into the bathroom was merely borrowed from the bedroom. Other features of the old bathroom included a storage unit that had carpet laid over the box work, which needed removing as it had become an eye-sour over the years.
Mr. Wilson started to search the web to see which company could provide him with his desired bathroom. He came across More Bathrooms and saw the works we deliver. Confident that we could design, supply, and install a new bathroom for him, he booked a free design appointment, to be taken through the process of acquiring a new bathroom, which a designer would go out, survey, and discuss with him in detail all the possible designs and solutions he may want.
During the initial stages of the process, Senior Designer Nigel visited Mr. Wilson’s home and sat with him to discuss in detail any potential design ideas, and requirements he may need as part of the bathroom design.
Mr. Wilson was open to suggestions and ideas on the design and layout of the new bathroom design, only making a few suggestions which were to have another bath, shower, new storage unit laminate flooring, wall boarding, and a towel warmer and fan to be installed as part of the new design.
Considering Mr. Wilson’s suggestions, the new proposed bathroom design that Nigel created, consisted of new flooring, a bath, a shower overhead, and new storage, as per Mr. Wilson’s requests. To complete the new design, new flooring and modern features and fittings were included.
Delighted with the process so far and with the proposed design plan for the new bathroom, Mr. Wilson was handed a provisional quote for the work of the job.
Nigel invited Mr. Wilson to the Leeds Bathroom Showroom. At this appointment, he presented Mr. Wilson with CAD design images to reflect the agreed design of the new bathroom. This would help Mr. Wilson see what his new bathroom design would look like in detailed images. Nigel also took him around the showroom to assist him with the final choices and finishing touches. Once all this took place Mr. Wilson proceeded to place an order with us.
Modern Bathroom Installation
A beautiful bathroom was installed by our multi-skilled fitter Ben. The large new bathroom design consisted of a new p-shaped bath with a shower overhead installed on the inside of the bath. A glass screen was also fitted on the bath to ensure the water is well kept within the bath and for ease of maintenance. To finish the p-shaped bath design, grey wallboards were fit as they’re easier to clean and maintain than tiles. Keeping to the grey colour scheme a tall wall-hung towel warmer was installed at the end of the bath.
A stunning patterned flooring consisting of shades of grey and cream was laid across the entire new space keeping to the grey colour scheme, which is a consistent feature around the bathroom.
As part of the new installation of the bathroom, a closed-off box storage unit was fit for bathroom storage as Mr. Wilson requested, and as part of the new storage unit, a comfort height WC and basin
Mr. Wilson’s dated bathroom was transformed into a beautiful, modern bathroom with a variety of extra features.
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