Mr and Mrs Hodges’ came to us as they had an issue with their bathroom and needed to get this sorted before they put their house on the market. A water leakage from their toilet had caused the floor to rot and they needed to gut their existing bathroom to remove the water damage. This left them with a room without walls and floors.
As their property was a traditional cottage they wanted the look of their bathroom to be in keeping aesthetically but had the latest technology in terms of shower and accessories. Due to the sloping roof and the room restrictions space saving was crucial; the installers boxed an area between the toilet and hand basin to give an elevated platform for a combined radiator and towel rail. Not only did this smarten the room but also enabled the unsightly pipework to be hidden.
The clients were very happy with the completed bathroom and their house was sold shortly after they put it on the market.
Mr and Mrs Berrisford came to us as they wanted to a supply and fit of a new bathroom – they wanted to change their existing wetroom back into a bathroom to accommodate a bath. They still wanted their bathroom to appear spacious even with the addition of the bath so they chose a bath with integrated shower and bathroom furniture that had large drawers in so their stuff could be hidden away. Ensuring the bathroom is clutter-free was a priority for the couple.
Neutral colours were chosen to give a light and airy feel to the bathroom; the on-trend Calypso Chiltern Clay grey cabinets and Lava Stream composite worktop really refreshed this previously tired bathroom.
Mr and Mrs Berrisford – Oxford
Mr and Mrs Berryman visited the Witney showroom as they wanted to change their bathroom layout, update it and have it installed. The current bathroom had a bath in which wasn’t being used and therefore they wanted to remove it and replace with a large walk-in shower. Alongside the shower, Calypso Clay gloss cabinets were installed giving it a modern look. The installers boxed in exposed pipework so this is now hidden giving a clean and tidy finish to the room. Mr and Mrs Berryman were extremely happy with the service they received from the Bathroom Solutions team and the install looks fabulous.
Mr and Mrs Berryman – Hinton Waldrist
Mr and Mrs Clarke had a dated pink bathroom suite and wanted to freshen it up and make it look more modern. They chose white furniture, a suite called Della from Instinct alongside PURA DV8 brassware and patterned tiling, giving a clean yet warm appearance. Another prerequisite for their new bathroom was to get rid of the dated shower over bath and bulky shower screen. To achieve the clean lines they were after, they went for a larger bath without the shower and screen. They swapped their radiator for a modern towel warmer bringing the bathroom into the 21st century. Their bathroom was installed by a Bathroom Solutions approved installer.
Mr and Mrs Robbins came to Bathroom Solutions as they wanted to modernise their tired bathroom but wanted to work to a tight budget. They chose a Fontana moulded basin and worktop which is without joins and a wall-hung WC giving ease of cleaning. To achieve a wow factor they chose a HIB LED mirror and Calypso Stone gloss cabinets. The bathroom walls which were painted in nautical colours were swapped for on-trend grey marble effect tiling and wood laminate flooring was chosen to replace the dark floor giving a clean, airy feel. Their bathroom was installed by a Bathroom Solutions approved installer.
Mrs Thatcher came to us as she wanted to achieve a traditional style in keeping with her property but add a more modern twist. The biggest challenge they faced in achieving their dream bathroom was a sloping beam meaning that the team at Bathroom Solutions had to factor this in when providing their new bathroom design. The design team worked round this by raising the bathroom floor.
Utopia high-end furniture in English Parchment was chosen to allow the bathroom to be in keeping with the period property. Alabaster beige composite worktop with fabricated inset Jack and Jill basins were specified; these moulded basins have no joins giving extremely clean lines and are stronger and easier to clean. Traditional looking ancillaries particularly the mirrors were chosen to accentuate the heritage feel. The bathroom was installed by an approved Bathroom Solutions installer.
Mrs Williamson came to us as she wanted to refresh her bathroom with the latest technologies and create a more spacious feel to the bathroom whilst still including a bath. Her old fitted bath was replaced with a freestanding bath; this became the main feature of the new bathroom. The Pura Essence bath was specified as the tapered sides made sure it didn’t look cramped in the space, Calypso Brecon Graphite grey cabinets and an Alaska Quartz composite worktop were chosen to give it a modern feel. The bathroom was installed by an approved Nicholls installer. Mrs Williamson was very pleased as not only did the room appear more spacious and look great, the room is also easier to clean.
Mrs Williamson – Witney