This bathroom is a recent installation from the Worthing area designed by Aron who works from our Worthing showroom. This design is based on the current trend for deep impactful shades in the bathroom which seem to be extremely popular at the moment. The tiles used for this bathroom are Slate coloured Savanna ceramic wall tiles and because of their gloss coating help to reflect light around the bathroom and work exceptionally well with the white Deuco bathroom furniture chosen.
The furniture used in this bathroom is from British manufacturer Deuco, who have been manufacturing bathroom furniture for over thirty years. Deuco is a common choice for bathroom furniture as they have an extensive range of different unit sizes, unit colours and design features that can be seamlessly integrated into the bathroom. The fitted furniture here is comprised of three different unit types to make the most of the space and also to allow ample room for essential bathroom functions. The first unit from left to right is a WC cabinet which internally houses the cistern, while a back to wall WC bowl has also been used so no pipework is visible. The central unit is a basin cabinet which holds the Imex Alma basin which in turn holds the Vado life basin mixer. The basin cabinet also has extra storage space with dual door access from dainty sphere button handles. The final unit is a single door and drawer unit which simply offers some extra storage space. Deucostone solid surfaces have been used in this bathroom as a durable solution to top furniture units.
Another furniture feature of this bathroom is the stunning HiB xenon mirrored cabinet. This cabinet is designed with LED illuminating lighting, soft close doors and a sensor switch for simple operation. It also has mirrored sides, an integrated USB and shaving socket. HiB mirrored cabinets are an extremely popular choice in a bathroom with demisting technology and stylish lighting both alluring features.
The shower used in this bathroom features a tiled ledge which is useful for storing bathroom necessities and also adds a bit more space to the shower. A Britton bathrooms shower tray has been used which fits with the Crosswater infinity sliding door. An infinity sliding door has the benefit of ultra-smooth sliding and soft close mechanism to avoid harsh impact. The shower itself is from Vado and uses the Sensori Smart Touch digital operation system. This allows simple touch operation from the waterproof panel built into the tiling in the shower.
This bathroom makes use of a full height Eastbrook towel rail which has plenty of room for towel storage and warming. The final feature of this bathroom is Terra Karndean Designflooring that has been used from the Opus range. Karndean flooring is a popular choice in the bathroom as it offers a warmer flooring solution than tiling with a completely waterproof finish. If you want to incorporate any of this bathrooms’ features into your own then request an appointment below.