To help celebrate our 21 year anniversary we are taking a closer look at 21 wet room projects we have had the pleasure of supplying wet room floors for. We hope they provide some inspiration for your bathroom project.
1. Dual former wet room with matt black finishes
This stunning en-suite wet room uses a dual former combining the Square Tile-In and SuperSlim Tile-In products to ensure the drainage merges seamlessly into the tiled floor. The drains are finished in matt black to match the taps and shower head. The frosted en-suite door helps to create some privacy whilst maintaining a light and spacious feel to the room.
2. Bold bright feature wall
Using a bold bright block of colour in this modern bathroom in a home of multiple occupancy, creates a practical but fun bathroom space. The Level Access wet room ensures the space can be enjoyed by all residents.
3. Eye-catching patterned tiles
Using stunning patterned tiles to bring colour and vibrancy into the bathroom creates an eye-catching design. The patterned tiles bring personality to the room, and key colours found in the tiles have been used throughout the rest of the room to tie the design together. The Square grate system mirrors the shape of the square tiles being used within the room.
4. Contemporary disabled en-suite
A contemporary disabled access en-suite bathroom, using our classic Square grate wet room floor solution. The room is bright, spacious and offers all the practicalities needed. The 4-way fall on the Square former ensures the wet room floor is completely step and trip free.
5. Hard wearing masculine design
Using Forbo vinyl sheet flooring, this slip resistant floor is incredibly hard wearing. The Level Access wet room floor is a fantastic cost effective solution to a en-suite bathroom, and the dark colours used in the room give it a modern masculine feel.
6. Simple, classy and stylish
Simply stunning. The wet room includes a custom-made Linear shower former. The flooring which covers the former is 30mm cast concrete, offering a truly simple, classy and stylish floor finish. The wall cladding used a solid surface (Corian) with a seamless finish, with no grout lines, blended and polished out. Glass panels were all bespoke-manufactured using 10mm toughened safety glass. Placing the free standing bath in the middle of the room screams luxury.
7. Luxurious natural stone design
Creating a high-end, luxurious and discreet design. The INFINITY I-Line was used in this wet room to showcase and not detract from the beauty of the natural stone.
8. Monochrome bathroom
We love the monochrome interior design of this luxurious bathroom. The striped floor tiles draw your eye down the room towards the wet room shower elongating the room and drawing your attention to the beautiful wall finishing in the shower area.
9. Large bathroom space
Clever design features are used in this room to maximise the large space, whilst keeping some areas such as the toilet tucked away out of first sight. The INFINITY I-Line wet room floor product is used to create a seamless floor finish throughout the room.
10. Patterned tile in neutral tones
Another example of using a patterned tile, however this time in a neutral tone, creating an interesting yet more subtle design.
11. Sophisticated grey tiles
Using the INFINITY I-Line wet room floor system to create an elegant, seamless finish. The grey tiles are sophisticated and timeless, and the rain shower head enhances the spa like experience.
12. Log cabin en-suite
Making the most of the log cabin features, this en-suite uses a large shower former to cope with high water pressure.
A combination of materials within the room sit cohesively together for a stunning modern design.
Black mermaid boards with flecks of glitter throughout the panel were used on the walls instead of tiles, creating a sophisticated statement feature wall, and white wet room flooring was installed by Mark Pinnock of Spec Flooring was used to contrast with the black walls.
13. Mosaic tiled floor
This monochrome en-suite wet room uses a combination of metro tiles on the walls, mosaic floor tiles, and black and white map wallpaper to create a stunning opulent design. A bespoke Linear channel was used to accommodate the 6mm thick tiles, along with a gully that can cope with high flow rate up to 50 litres per minute.
14. Large format marble slabs
Every detail was careful considered in this luxury bathroom renovation. Large format marble slabs were the used to emphasise the luxurious feel of the property, and the INFINITY I-Line wet room floor system, along with the gold details gave the bathroom a sense of grandeur.
15. Stylish disabled access bathroom
Another example of a stylish disabled access en-suite bathroom. Using neutral tones, chrome accessories, and a classic Square grate wet room system, this bathroom is elegant and functional.
16. Small bathroom space
Making the most of a smaller bathroom space, a wet room can enhance the room, making it a more practical, user-friendly space.
17. Wall hung sanitaryware
Using wall hung sanitary ware within a wet room maximises the space and makes it even easier to clean. The neutral tones of this room bring a calmness to it and create an open inviting space.
18. Gold details
The gold accents are completely on trend, and the marble tiles provide a classic, timeless backdrop.
19. Luxury timeless elegance
Show-stopping design, combining luxury fittings and sanitaryware for a timeless elegance. The crisp lines and use of glass in the space open the room up whilst also zoning it for different bathroom functions.
20. Double shower room
Making the shower space central to the design creates a stunning focal point. The double shower room also has a very pleasing symmetry which perfectly balances the room.
21. Spa sanctuary
Source: Gilpin Hotel
The open plan design of this wet room which stands within the bedroom produces a indulgent spa experience. The use of natural materials, plants and a green feature wall design help to connect with nature and the outside space beyond.
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