Not only did we transform one bathroom this week, we installed two in the same property. Both bathrooms were transformed in to wet rooms and used some amazing tiles from the Porcelanosa range. Wet rooms are a great addition to your home and not only do they look extremely impressive, they add value to your home. Read on to see how they turned out.
Bathroom 1 – Modern Wet Room
The first bathroom previously included a traditional bath, sink and shower with a bespoke angled mirror. We stripped the room completely and started from scratch. From the Porcelanosa range the client chose two types of tiles – Rodano Taupe for the wall and floor and Ceramico for the feature wall. To keep with the modern vibe that a wet room creates, we installed a walk-in rainfall shower as opposed to a bath.
The furniture chosen for bathroom 1 is from the Roper Rhodes Aruba collection in the colour washed oak. This was simple enough that it didn’t take away from the impressive feature wall on the left. Although the tiles and furniture are slightly darker it didn’t take any light away from the room as the sky light was there to brighten everything up.
Other features include a towel warmer, LED downlights and a frameless glass shower screen.
Bathroom 2 – Ensuite Wet Room with Sauna
This was an interesting room to work with as it already featured a built-in sauna! As this took up a lot of the space in the room we installed a compact furniture range which integrated the sink and toilet. This allowed extra storage underneath the Isocast sink to make up for elsewhere in the room. The shower in this room was also a walk-in rainfall.
The furniture in this room was again from Roper Rhodes and was chosen from their Mode range in the colour Larch. The Porcelanosa tiles were Acerco for the wall and floor and the feature wall used Modern Line tiles.
Additional features in this room included LED spotlights, a towel warmer and a frameless glass shower screen from Lakes which added a sleek finish to the shower area.