Bathroom Design, Derby
Bathroom Design Service
A home is not complete without a bathroom that suits your tastes and preferences. While some people enjoy long baths inside a bathtub, others want glass covered shower rooms with anti-slippery tiles. For this reason, the design and planning stage of a bathroom requires being carefully tended to. That’s why we keenly review your bathroom needs during our bathroom consultation. At this stage, we will perform an in-home consultation, on-site analysis, comprehensive review of the design, and a summary showing the scope of work.
The design of your bathroom is heavily dependent on the fixtures you choose. But this comes with a lot of responsibility; picking the right fixtures is not an easy task. But lucky you, because we assist you in selecting the best fixtures suitable for your needs, tastes, and preferences. Our years of experience in the field provides you with the knowledge you need to make data-supported buying decisions. We will assist you to qualify and narrow the options of finishes and materials, budget and quote the final products, place orders, and coordinate delivery.
Creating the right design for you takes plenty of effort and time. You need to pick the proper floor tiles, choose stunning colours, configure the layout of the shower, and more. You will want to make a lot of decisions, which can overwhelm you, and that’s where we come in. We will not only visit the site and review the job, but we will also coordinate with contractors and various trades.
The best part about our design process is that we’ll offer you a sneak peek of what the bathroom will look like before you sign off. Through the use of CAD drawing and images, we will give life to your ideas on a PC screen. You will not buy designs that you do not approve of. And the best thing about the images is that they are 3D; they provide a realistic view of how the bathroom will look like.
When picking a bathroom design, it is crucial to determine the number of people who will use the bathroom. There is a big difference between a family bathroom, wet room or an ensuite one. In case of a high frequency of use, you can go for a double washbasin, allowing for more than one person to use it.
What’s more, incorporating tiles on floors and walls for family bathrooms is ideal as maintenance is low. Wood panels, wallpaper, and other material are unsuitable for children as they allow for easy marking and require regular changing.
Another consideration to make during the design stage of a bathroom is space and storage required for the bathroom furniture. A bathtub might require a bigger space than just a shower head. We also want the bathroom to have sufficient space to fit a wheelchair for disabled people if this is the client’s case. This also calls for the installation of fixtures at a low level as well as setting up of grab rails. Call us today and book an appointment. We’ve got your back!
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