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Master Bathrooms

There are plenty of good reasons for remodelling or modernising your bathroom, not least adding value to the property.

The décor may be outdated, the fixtures are old, the tub’s too small, you need more space in the shower. Ageing householders might need accessibility aids to make life more comfortable. When it comes to a makeover, nothing makes a design statement like a freestanding bath or perhaps a fitted tub with seamless decor panels and backsplash. What about a vessel sink mounted on top of a matching vanity unit or his’n’hers double basins. Larger showers are in, especially with glass enclosures, but don’t eliminate the bathtub or it will impact on selling potential. Check out new close-coupled, wall-hung and back-to-wall toilet designs, but remember that when you start moving pipes and outlets, it adds to the expense and upheaval. Complete the look and provide a fully waterproof finish, with seamless agglomerate panels and liners, pre-grouted glass mosaic and large granite, quartz or recycled glass floor tiles.

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  • Beautiful, hardwearing agglomerate surfaces work just as well in the master bathroom, thanks to their non-porous properties and outstanding resistance to stains, scratches, colour fading, mildew and bacterial growth. The 3 metre long sheet size makes for seamless wall surfaces, bath panels and back splashes, with no grout lines to interrupt the colour, while the same material can clad vanity units, wash basins and unsightly pipework. A collection of over 50 colours and finishes in granite, quartz and recycled glass and porcelain will suit every style of bathroom.

  • Remodel your master bathroom with perfectly matched sanitaryware suites from leading brands such as Roca. Complement these with beautiful brassware, bath-shower mixers and shower columns in chrome and other finishes, with a choice of vitreous china and acrylic shower trays. Then make your bathroom safer with stylish accessibility aids from the innovative HEWI brand, characterised by quality design and a high degree of functionality.

  • Hard agglomerate flooring is the perfect choice for wet and humid bathroom environments, either as click-together planks or rectangular floor tiles in a variety of sizes. Colour-matched materials enable you to extend the wall and ceiling décor down to ground level, for a sophisticated floor-to-ceiling look. These non-porous, inherently slip-resistant materials withstand water spills, chemical cleaners and sudden impacts, whilst remaining pleasing to the touch and the eye.

     
  • Authentic Italian glass mosaic tiles have a long association with baths and wet areas, dating back to ancient Roman times. Their ability to withstand hot and humid bathroom environments stems from their non-porous, anti-fade properties, as well as the ability to resist knocks, stains, scratches and everyday wear. Polyurethane mattress-backed and web-based fitting systems nowadays make installation a breeze, even over existing tiled surfaces.