Bathroom & Kitchen Project

A LUXURY REFURBISHMENT OF BATHROOMS & KITCHEN

The owner-occupiers of a desirable property set in leafy grounds between Rowlands Castle and Emsworth had been searching, without success, for suitable companies to carry out full refurbishment of their bathrooms and kitchen.

We submitted design proposals for the family bathroom, en-suite shower room and downstairs cloakroom. Upon request, a design was also submitted for the kitchen which was in the process of being extended to a 40 square metre area.

The cloakroom was the first proposal to be accepted by the client.

This area had been affected by a leak from a badly corroded cast iron soil pipe so the room needed to be gutted and treated for damp before a new floor joist was fitted and new plumbing installed.

The room was fully tiled and fitted with new toilet, washstand arrangement and column radiator. The quality of this installation enabled instructions to be taken concerning the main bathroom and shower room and subsequently the kitchen.

The bathroom colour scheme was a coffee and cream theme which was used to great effect with the mix and design of the wall tiles complementing the furniture scheme

The range of furniture was topped with a Corian solid surface countertop which encased the basin and was also used as a surround for the sunken bath.

The bath was fitted with a tiled panel and step with integrated LED spot lights. The whole Installation of vanity lights, recessed ceiling lights, back lit mirror and infra-red switch operation complemented the room.

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The en-suite shower room employed a very modern brick wall tile design.  A clean minimalist look was created using a wall-hung toilet, walk-in shower, wireless controlled pumped shower, and wall hung basin vanity unit.

This became the customer’s favourite room in the house!

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The central heating system was upgraded by replacing the inefficient oil fired boiler with a SEDBUK A rated condensing gas boiler. The radiators were replaced and fitted with thermostatic valves to further increase the home’s heating efficiency and reduce running cost.

The large walnut shaker kitchen was capped with granite worktops throughout. The same granite was used for 6 window sills and insets into the beige floor tiling that spanned the entire 40 square metres.

Under-floor heating was installed throughout. The latest Neff appliances were built-in, including an induction hob recessed into the granite work surface, top of the range oven capable of steam cooking, US style fridge/freezer and island extractor hood.

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