Wet rooms are the in thing now. They can be so easy to set up and so practical for you in your home. They are easily adaptable to any size of room so you can use them in your en-suites or your master bathrooms.
Choose from various styles, high performance wet rooms which show your personality. You can create such character with these rooms and display such luxury.
Take a look at some of the designs we have chosen form worldwide re-noun designers. I’m sure after looking at these you will have a few ideas of your own to start your own creation.Gregory Carmichael has designed this gorgeous light wet room. It has an eary look of a cell, inparticular Hannibal Lectures cell from the Silence of the Lambs. However much more inviting I think you will agree. The back wall made from natural stone gives this space a solitary feel were you can be truly alone with your thoughts. Look at this glorious wet room by Deana Ashby . The colours are neutral and plain which gives a simplicity to the room. The feature wall tiles give the look of stylish wall paper making this room into more of a boutique rather than a wet room. Honky Architecture & interior design has created an amazing wet room which looks slightly industrial but brings a warmth to the room with the clever use of wood. The down facing shower is almost camouflaged into the ceiling which again adds to the simplicity of the room. Cornerstone Architects shows how a wet room can be included within your bathroom so to keep everything nice, neat and keep what needs to be dry, dry. This roomy marble effect wet room has two shower head spouts to ensure good coverage. Kelly & Stone Architects uses a glass separator to divide this wet room from the main bathroom. The simplistic design is calm and inviting. The bath supplied by Wet Style and designed by Patrick Messier. The lighting is a great and important feature of this design. You need to take note of lighting, it can make or break the experience you are after.