A layout change was key to creating this luxurious bathroom

A layout change was key to creating this luxurious bathroom

Little loos and expanding families are not a excellent blend. That was a little something this home-owner had first-hand information of in their outdated household. So when she and her partner moved to their 1950s house in Nottingham with their two little ones, their renovation journey started out with the lavatory thoughts.

The h2o tank and boiler ended up getting up space in there, and as they needed to install a full new heating process, it was the fantastic option to adjust the toilet layout and make it into exactly what they required. ‘The current tub, basin and bathroom ended up pink, and though I do appreciate pink, that was a little bit considerably for me, so I was eager for that to go,’ she suggests. 

Bathroom sink on gold metal frame with round mirror and metal wall lights

(Picture credit: Potential PLC / Rachael Smith)

Earning place

‘In our last household, the spouse and children lavatory genuinely irritated us as it was in no way quite significant sufficient. We desired to make this as significant as we could. With the original ground approach, there was a lot of useless area we preferred to change the structure to make the most of what we experienced.

‘There was a separate lavatory and WC, a larger sized than essential landing, and a huge constructed-in cupboard. We decided to knock concerning the two rooms, distribute on to the landing and remove the cabinet for additional usable house.’

Walk-in shower with white metro herringbone tiles and gold coloured fittings

(Graphic credit history: Foreseeable future PLC / Rachael Smith)

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