Thursday, 30 July 2015

Ta dah!

This post seems to have been a long time coming but finally...

remember this?

Downstairs cloakroom
which is now this

and round the corner is this

Rain head shower
The wet room is not huge and quite angular so we used a lot of curves in the fittings, including the mirror (a lucky find in the John Lewis sale!). We wanted a more masculine feel as a contrast to the main bathroom but also warmth so there is underfloor heating all the way through.

Once again I have to pay tribute to Andrew's skill and patience. Cutting the tiles around the wet room drain took a few hours, and several broken tiles, but the result is perfect.

Any way a few photographs for you.

Heated towel rail

Curvy basin and mirror

More curves

Getting the tile cuts right took forever

Body jets


  1. Gorgeous! Fabulous room. Nothing like a bathroom reno to keep a guy sharp I always say.

    1. And how's all your work going?

    2. Still working, but the house is on the market now, so on top of a couple of projects, we also have to keep it unnaturally tidy. So not me. It's listed with a realtor, but I also did this:

  2. Well. Are we impressed. The finishing touches since we last saw it. Nearly all done now?

    1. Well the wet room is! Now moved on to the last of the large projects - knocking down the work shop - it's all the clearing and sorting that's hard.