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Classic Contemporary Wetroom

A beautiful cottage in rural Wimborne required a family bathroom and en-suite renovation. Our client had some ideas of what they were looking for, so our designer worked closely with them to build the foundations to their brief of styles and colours.

We started creating the plans and looking at the best design solutions, as it was clear the current layout did not make good use of the space. We re-positioned the bathtub and suggested a freestanding bath in a painted finish, which maximised the visual impact when entering the bathroom. Envisaging a blend of classic and contemporary products, they had grown tired of their previous traditional style WC and wanted to make cleaning more accessible and far easier. We suggested a wall hung option with a simple low maintenance curved design, which they loved.

A dwarf wall was formed to split the wet room and vanity unit areas, with a bespoke glass panel creating an illusion of space. Encaustic patchwork floor tiles and traditional tongue and groove panelling really finished off this stunning family bathroom.

In the en-suite, we selected a dark wood effect floor and warm grey rustic metro tiles. The previous shower area was almost unusable and awkward for everyday use. We advised the best way to years of enjoyable showering would be installing a level wet room, but producing a watertight finish with a frameless infold enclosure.

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