We believe that a wet room is the perfect solution for bathrooms big and small; contemporary, stylish and practical it will suit any space from an ensuite to a large family bathroom. There are lots of options to choose from for the design, features and layout – we’ve put together a list of a few of our favourite ideas to give you some design inspiration…
If you aren’t completely sure about committing to a full wet room, then installing an open-style shower with a shower tray is a really good option. Some people don’t necessarily like the idea of water all over the entire bathroom floor, so this a good compromise that will still give you the feeling of a more ‘open’ space whilst maintaining a form of boundary. There are lots of styles to choose from, in a variety of shapes and sizes so that you can create something that is unique to your bathroom space.
If you decide to transform your bathroom into a wetroom, you need to take into consideration the style of furnishings (toilet, basin etc.) to install. The ideal for a wetroom would be to go for wall hung options; not only are they ultra stylish and modern, but they are much more practical when it comes to water being present on the floor, making cleaning super easy. Wall hung units also have the added benefit of making a bathroom appear larger than it is.
Again, if a completely open space isn’t what you want for your bathroom, then a good option might be to include a shower screen in your wetroom design plans. This again has the added bonus of maintaining an open feel and whether your bathroom is small or large, there’s a style to suit. It’s easy to keep clean if you’re sure to rinse it down regularly, leaving your wetroom looking spacious, stylish and ultra modern.
It’s vital when planning a wetroom that waterproofing is at the top of your priority list – for obvious reasons! We are big fans of opting for floor to ceiling tiling in a wetroom. It's incredibly sleek and stylish and you can still be decorative whilst maintaining the practical element. For a large bathroom then large block colour tiles will look stunning, whereas with a smaller space then small decorative or patterned tiles will create a really eye catching effect.
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