Transform a room into a new bathroom
One of my customers decided to transform a top floor room into a bathroom. As you can see from the before photos the second floor had been set up as a kitchen for a separate granny flat. There had been some utilities for hot and cold water plus there was some waste connections but we did have to extend the soil pipe to allow for a normal flushing toilet rather than using a macerator.
In the new room we had plenty of space but had a sloping roof to contend with, whilst we tried to get a separate shower, bath, basin and toilet in the room. We managed to box out some of the slop and it is possible to have glass cut for bespoke arrangements but in this instance we were able to fit the screen partially into the ceiling. For practical reasons we used a tray but we went for glass panels with a deflector and a permanent opening - allowing ease of access and cleaning. This is a popular option as is the dual shower with a fixed head and a separate traditional shower head on a hose.
The bath is one of my favourites, Carron Status, with the curved corner which provides a soft line in any bathroom but in smaller ones it really helps fit more into the space.