She was tired of the small metro style tiling in the shower having to constantly clean the grout and the white painted walls throughout made the space very stark with no redeeming features. Storage, or lack of it, was also an issue.
Bryan suggested a large format 900×450 porcelain tile on all walls and floor with a feature structured tile behind the basin and WC. Matt black tile trims and fittings in the shower, wetroom screen, basin tap and flush button gave a lovely contrast to the grey tones of the tiles and the introduction of the Windsor Oak finish on the vanity unit from Crosswater brought a very contemporary feel to the room – “It’s like a boutique hotel” the customer commented.
The full width niche in the shower area provides somewhere to store showering essentials whilst the recessed LED strip lighting in warm white creates a lovely warm feel adding depth and intrigue to the niches. Tiling the back of both the shower niches with the structure tile ties in with the feature wall and pulls the room design together.