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En Suite Wet Room with WC Unit and Double Vanity

When making a space more practical and streamline, a wet room is the perfect solution. Our customer wanted to maximise the space in her en-suite and include a walk in shower and double vanity for the extra touch of luxury. The bath and bidet were to be removed and they were open to a slight layout change in order to make the space as practical as possible in relation to space and storage.

 

£15,000 – £19,000

(Project Completed 2022)

 

Vanity:
Montrose Uni Double Vanity & Basin, Stone Carcass & Cashmere Elm Fronts with Chrome bar handles and Aqualla Zen basin mono.

WC Unit:
Montrose Full Height WC Unit with Open Shelf, Stone Carcass & Cashmere Elm Fronts with Chrome bar handles and Uni Back To Wall WC.

Shower:
Aqualla Luca Drench Shower Chrome, with Novellini Fixed and Swivel Panel.

Radiator:
Aqualla Luca Curved 1500 x 600 Heated Towel Rail.

Tiles:
Walls: Saloni Way Gris.
Shower Feature Wall: Saloni Way Track Gris.
Floor: Saloni Way Gris.

 

Design features:

Due to the long and narrow nature of this space, we looked to find ways to give the illusion of the floorspace being wider. We featured a wall hung vanity which opens up the otherwise concealed floor and a wet room style shower area which allows the entire floor to be at one level making it both open and futureproof. The location of the soil pipe meant we were able relocate the WC to eliminate the existing boxing which again added to the rooms width and left space for a double vanity.

When redesigning or relocating certain aspects of your space, it can be hard to imagine. Our design service therefore eliminates these worries and gives you that piece of mind that the products will all work together and give you the practicality that you need. You are able to see your space from different angles which allow you to see the layout and space in each area.

Another way which can incorporate the feeling of space is to use the same tiles on both the wall and floor which gives a seamless and minimal aesthetic. A tile with minimal variation gives a simple backdrop for the furniture and brightens the room also. A feature tile was then placed in the wet area to inject pattern and subtle shadow.

Having furniture which is contrasting in finish between the carcass and front is a lovely way to add depth and colour to a space in a simple and not too overwhelming way. The two shades used have very similar undertones and also tie in beautifully with the tones seen in the tiles.

To keep the design sleek, curved brassware was used to soften the overall look. The radiator, handles, taps and shower all link through their subtle curves and the statement round mirror above the vanity then adds that luxurious lighting.