Wood effect tiles have become ever more popular over the past year.
The images below show a Cheltenham project where the Client wanted everything possible within the limited spaces available.
Ensuite – The ensuite comprises of a walk in shower with flush ceiling mounted shower. Basin with storage and Toilet are both wall mounted. The large heated mirror above increases the space visually. For this bathroom we used a Pocket sliding door to increase space in the adjacent bedroom
Family Bathroom – The family bathroom needed a bath and shower, so we used the Bette Ocean shower bath with a Crosswater screen. Wall mounted taps help with the space and minimise clutter. Again, basin with storage and toilet are both wall mounted. Another large mirror with heat and lighting increase the sense of space in this internal bathroom with no mirror
Tiles used are Mandarin Stone Cheltenham Troy polished for walls, honed for Floor and Wood effect tiles also sourced by Mandarin.
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This is a Hacker kitchen we finished just over 1 year ago ! It happens to be mine ! (Shame we no longer live there, my new Traditional kitchen in our new should be finished in about 6 weeks once Ive built the orangery!)
If you would like to know what products we used like Cordivari Radiators, Silestone tops and Siemens ovens, then please email me on email@example.com
Its always nice to get a good review on Google:
“I can’t recommend Simon at Pittville Bathrooms highly enough. Not only does he offer an excellent design service (streets ahead of his nearest competitors here in Cheltenham) but he stepped in at the last moment with a delivery team when our builder pulled out. We’ll be going back for our en-suite”
Thanks Nick !
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All the images and videos are of our own work ! No stock or library shots here.
A Special thanks to Spencer Nash http://www.sgnmedia.co.uk/ and Spencer McPherson http://mcphersonstevens.com/