Property: Dorma Bungalow
Project: Wet room design and installation
Duration: 10 days
Very small space, a 1200mm long bath was fitted. The dorma aspect of the room being sited on the 1st floor restricted an already small room. Client considered a very costly raising of the roof slope to increase the useable area in the room. The layout and demarcation of the small space into bathing, washing and lavatory made the room feel cramped and uncomfortable.
We decided upon a wet room in order to increase the useable area and open the room out by removing the visual barriers. A small 300mm wetroom screen was all that was required, so the wet room apsect could really come into it's own. Underloor heating was installed to introduce warth into the tiles. The toilet was a back to wall unit and the basin being a wall hung item, helped to open out the area visually.
Storage was further facilited by means of inbuild recessed shelves that were tiled so as to blend into the design. Lights were installed into the shelves, so as not to create dark and seemingly lost space.
Colours and materials
300mm wet room screen
Under floor heating
Impey wet room tray and waste
Light grey floor and wall tiles
Flush fitting brick light for inside the shower area
Decking lights within the recessed shelves
Roca basin and wall hung vanity
RAK BTW toilet
Designer towel radiator
2 mini-sun flush downlighters