As experienced bathroom installation specialists we can assess where your current pipework is and whether they can be adapted to suit a new layout, plus what can be achieved when you have a blank canvas to work from.
We often get asked which layouts are best for the space our clients have in their home for a bathroom. Whether its starting from scratch or refurbishing a current bathroom space, there’s a variety of different ideas available.
One of the biggest hurdles we encounter is space but with so many great products to choose from we can recommend the best options to suit you.
- Your master bathroom: Having a large space to work with in a bathroom is great and increases the options that are available to you. For example, you can consider having a whirlpool or freestanding bath, separate walk-in shower and even double basins.
- Cloakroom bathroom: Typically a second bathroom usually found downstairs in modern homes with just a toilet and a basin in. Cloakrooms tend to be much smaller spaces and you’ll need to maintain minimum clearances for the toilet and basin.
- Three-quarter bathroom: Midway between a cloakroom and a master bathroom, a three quarter bathroom normally includes a basin, toilet and may have room for a shower bath or shower enclosure.
- Wetroom: A waterproofed, tiled room which has a slight slope towards the drain with the shower-head generally mounted on the wall furthest away from the toilet. In some cases, a wetroom can have a glass panel that separates the shower from the rest of the room. This relatively small space.
When considering one of these layouts, Farringdons will also assess your door entrances, recommended clear floor space, basin heights, bath and shower dimensions, storage and lighting.
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