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An ensuite bathroom is a fantastic addition to the home. It is convenient, luxurious and adds value to your property. It can also take the 'pressure' off of your family bathroom, providing extra facilities. However ensuite bathroom design can be a challenge. Many of us do not have very large rooms to work with, so ensuite bathroom design can become an exercise in making the best of what will be a small space. At Bespoke Bathrooms, we can help you create the ensuite bathroom design of your dreams and install it to the highest of professional standards. Following are our ensuite bathroom design tips to give you some ideas of how to create a stylish, individual and practical ensuite in even the smallest of spaces. Ensuite Bathroom Design – Bathroom Furniture and Sanitary Ware If you're fortunate enough to have a large space for your ensuite, you will be...

On the face of it, to a budding DIY expert, a bathroom installation project may seem like an easy way to save money while self­building or renovating your home. In this article we will look at some of the pros and cons of carrying out your bathroom installation yourself, and of hiring professionals to carry out the work. DIY Bathroom Installation • Cost: The main reason that people choose to forego bringing the professionals in is, of course, the money that (theoretically) can be saved. Bathroom installation is not cheap, and if you have the skills to carry out a bathroom installation you might feel like your money would be better spent on better quality items for your bathroom, rather than on labour to fit them. However, paying for beautiful basins, bathtubs and tiles may seem like it was futile if you find yourself struggling to fit...

When you've made the decision to revamp your bathroom, you'll be thinking about all of youroptions. Should you design and purchase your new bathroom yourself and hire bathroom fitters to install it? Or should you use a company who provides the whole service from start to finish? Many people think it can work out to be cheaper by buying your new bathroom, and hiringbathroom fitters to install it. However, this can be a bit of a minefield. There are many highlyprofessional, quality bathroom fitters around but finding them can be difficult – after all, you don't want to spend all that money on lovely bathroom furniture and fittings, and end up having a cowboy make a mess of your new space. Having your bathroom revamped can be a stressful process. A highly functional room in your house will be out of action for a while, and you'll...

A bathroom renovation is an exciting time, the high point often being choosing your new bathroom suite! You may have a very specific idea of what you want, or you might simply know what 'feel' you want to achieve from your bathroom renovation. Choosing the right bathroom suite is critical in the design of your bathroom renovation, so we've created this short guide to help you. Consider your space A lot can be done with a small bathroom renovation to maximise the space, but you still have to think about how everything will fit. That huge, luxury bath you've been coveting might not seem so brilliant when you haven't got room to swing a cat! However, there are many space­-saving bathroom suites available, with wall­-hung sinks and toilets for example, or built in storage, that can make it easier for you to achieve what you want with a small room. However before choosing a wall-­hung sink...

There are many routes you can go down when designing your new bathroom, and one of the big questions will be whether you paint or tile.  You may decide on a combination of the two, but many opt for full bathroom tiling.  Tiles are versatile, practical, waterproof, easy to clean and suit any bathroom.  Many people assume bathroom tiling must be cold underfoot but as tiles naturally retain heat, this generally isn't the case. With such a huge range of tiles to choose from, in a vast array of sizes and colours, it can be hard to know what to opt for and what will suit your bathroom. Our handy guide will help give you some ideas for your bathroom tiling, Bathroom Tiling: Size It's often advised that the size of your tiles should depend on the size of your room, although there are no hard and fast...

However exciting a bathroom refit may be, like any large­ scale building work it may cause some disruption in your home. When you hire Bespoke Bathrooms for your bathroom refit, you can rest assured that we will endeavour to make the process as smooth as we possibly can. However, there will be a period of time where you will be unable to use your bathroom and this can be a stressful experience. Often we don't realise how much we rely on such basic, everyday necessities untilthey are taken away. We hope this handy guide will help you survive your bathroom refit with the minimum amount of stress possible. Hot Water You may find that your hot water is unavailable at some stage, depending on how much work needs to be done during your bathroom refit. You will need to make sure you have plenty of saucepans to fill to heat on the hob – and an...

The benefits of a wet room are many – wet rooms are becoming more popular as a modern choice for people who are perhaps looking for something different, something more accessible, or to save space. A wet room is, essentially, a shower room in which the shower cubicle and tray are done away with. The shower area is open and the whole room is water­tight. The door will usually be raised a little above floor level, and the shower area will be fully tiled from floor to ceiling. Wet rooms are sleek, smart, low maintenance and very trendy. So, what are the benefits of a wet room? Is a wet room the right option for your home? Accessibility If you have mobility issues, you might find that you're drawn to the idea of a wet room because they are far more accessible than traditional bathroom suites. Without baths or shower trays to negotiate, it's much easier...

Daydreaming about your bathroom upgrade is an essential part of forming an idea of what it is that you crave in a new bathroom.  Some people may have a rock-solid idea of exactly what they want, others may simply covet a particular 'feel' that they want their bathroom to have. Everybody's home is different, and the way you use your bathroom will be different too. So what key points should you be taking into consideration when planning your bathroom upgrade? Consider your budget This is probably one of the most important things to bear in mind.  Design-wise, you do not have to spend a small fortune to get the look you want, however 'cheap and cheerful' is rarely the best way forward when it comes to a bathroom upgrade.   Poor design, shoddy workmanship and sub-standard materials will, at best, lead you to planning another bathroom upgrade -...

The installation of luxury bathrooms is our speciality. Our tight knit team offer a wealth of experience in one-off luxury bathroom design. If you can dream it, we can do it. From beautiful wet rooms, to custom built rainfall showers we will work with you to create your dream bathroom. In today’s busy environment we meet more and more homeowners looking for an oasis of calm in the home. Somewhere to go to get away from emails and phone calls. With a luxury bathroom you can have that ‘get away from it all’ spa experience everyday in the comfort of your own home. From sauna’s to jacuzzi baths to custom built wet rooms - we can do it all. We will arrange a meeting with you to discuss what elements you would like incorporated into your new luxury bathroom. We will take a look at the space and determine...

Looking for a reputable company who fits disabled bathrooms? Our bespoke bathroom service is perfect for those who need to adapt or change their bathroom to accommodate special needs. With our unrelenting focus on building quality bathrooms, you can be sure that your new special needs or disabled bathroom is built to last. Some services we can provide as part of our disabled bathroom fitting are: Grab Rails Shower seats Level Access Shower trays Disabled toilets Wet Rooms Adjusting height of hand basin Back rest against the toilet cistern Bath with hoist Lowering light switches We understand that no two situations are the same so we will meet with you to discuss what you need from your disabled bathroom. We will then work with you to draw up design drawings. Once these are approved and you are happy with the design we will schedule the job. We then order all the sanitary ware and special equipment. Once that...