Bathrooms are a costly addition to ones house. This cost can be reduced by doing your research first and making some decisive decisions before you start.
For example:- •Bath Tub – roll top, Jacuzzi, sunken, sitting, corner, regular or no bath? •Shower – separate from Bath tub, cubical, wet room, part glass, full glass, full body shower or from the top. •Sinks – one or two, sunk, standing or half n half, •Tops – material, colour, free standing •Toilet – separate or not •Lighting – most important I feel with bathrooms. Down lights, up lights, wall lights •Windows- roof , wall, size •Mirrors – hanging , cabinet, floor to ceiling
Hopefully my research will help you with yours. Take a look and enjoy creating your own.Raised bathing areas are the height of luxury. Especially when you have a roll top bath with such style. Susan Corry Design The his and her sinks almost look like wedding rings laid on top of the wooden top. The white walls make plenty of use of the velux window. We like this design a lot. Corner baths are a fantastic addition to the bathroom. They just fit so easily and positioned next to a window like in this design, you can certainly see the appeal. B&Q have produced this fantastic design and all on an amazing budget. The use of a separate shower cubical is all the rage and works wonderfully in this design.
Annie Stevens might be a based in London England but her designs are well worth the travel. I love this bathroom as everything is neat, everything has its place and decisive decisions have been made. Look how the toilet is mounted giving more vanity space. The his and her sinks with the storage underneath.Tyler Mandic design uses natural stone tiles and sleek modern lines. The free standing roll top back laid beneath the double window. The greys against the whites really bring out the brilliance of this design.
Summer Thornton uses an iron frame for the sink unit. With a backing of the white brick tiles it works well. The shower frame extends the same style as the sink. If I had seen this design when I was single I would have used it right down to the plant.