|EKBB Magazine|||||written on: 07-11-2021 12:30pm|
Dan Cook, principle showroom designer at C.P. Hart
• Think about your entrance and doorways, access to the actual bathroom as well as the construction of the wall – grab rails are only as good as the wall they are fixed on. Creating wet room bathrooms as opposed to shower areas is a good step and building in a floor waste can means complete barrier-free entry to use all the facilities without much further work being required.
• Embrace the digital technology revolution – you might be surprised at the advantages it has to offer, not only for the everyday user but also when the bathroom is installed too.
• Mixing materials, furniture finishes and wall surfaces is a great way to add layers of detail. It also gives you the chance to change the look by simply changing one element rather that the whole bathroom each time.
The Mutevole collection from Karol is a modular range of basins, furniture, storage and mirrors that can be added to and updated as your needs change. With units from £1,500 at C.P. Hart, you can mix and match from a variety of timber and lacquer coloured combinations including blackboard and deep wood grain.
• The function side of things, when done correctly, will seem virtually invisible so you can have fun with design. Barrier-free bathrooms offer a shell to create the bathroom of your current and future dreams.
Credit: Hayley Gilbert (Words)
Published: As featured in EKBB Magazine, Issue 251, March 2017. Prices mentioned are at the time of publication
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