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Unusual shaped bathroom to wetroom 

toilet wc steps basin before.jpg
before pictures basin, ugly steps.jpg
basin wc toilet before step.jpg
bath shower before .jpg
  • badly fitted grey wall tiles onto lathe and plaster walls (tiles too heavy for lathe and plaster so had to straighten and insulate all walls

  • unneeded boxing everywhere, on ceiling, behind basin, above basin etc

  • lino flooring onto badly fitted floor tiles, for when builders cant tile a floor properly hide it with lino!  


water damage lathe and plaster before.jpg
insulated ceiling.jpg
wet-room tanking jpg
curved step lights.jpg
  • old lathe and plaster water damaged from badly fitted shower

  • ceiling and roof supported properly to remove ugly boxing on ceiling and stop everything collapsing, which helps

  • insulted ceiling and walls

  • extended top step out for more foot room infront of the toilet, made the steps curved and with fitted lights

  • tanked all walls and floor ready for wetroom tiling

roof support and strengthen .jpg

Finished Product

lights curved steps wc traditional basin vanity unit.jpg
wet-room tiled floor screen bar shower devon torbay.jpg
concealed shower valve floating towel rail torbay bathroom fitter .jpg
wc blinds wet room.jpg
curved steps wet room.jpg
bespoke window frame and cill .jpg
  • Fully tanked and insulated wet room floor with underfloor heating

  • Concealed shower valve controlling ceiling mounted rain head and wall mounted riser

  • porcelain floorboard style grey floor tiles, glass mosaics on curved steps with built in lights, porcelain grey wall tiles and the show stopper turquoise blue traditional metro wall tiles with gunmetal grout to highlight the colours throughout 

  • short projection rimless close coupling wc

  • large vanity unit with white granite worktop and deck mounted taps and basin, curved led heated mirror

  • window frame built out to support traditional blinds

  • all unnecessary boxing removed to make use of the space. 

  • all plastering, joinery, tiling, plumbing and building work done by Shaun Taylor Bathrooms, electrical work by Nick O'Malley

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