How Agnes And An­drzej did it

Ideal Home (UK) - - Bathroom Project -

Above ‘PUTTING FOUR WALL-MOUNTED MIRRORED CAB­I­NETS ABOVE THE WORK­TOP GIVES US ALL THE STOR­AGE SPACE WE NEED, AS WELL AS RE­FLECT­ING LIGHT AROUND |THE ROOM,’ SAYS AGNES

Mirrored cab­i­nets with demis­ters and LED lights, £850, Am­berth ‘We’d rented for years be­fore buy­ing this bun­ga­low a year ago. It was run down, but we knew we could make it our own. This is the only bath­room in the house, so we wanted to have a de­cent-sized bath and a proper shower. We’re both tall, but the ceil­ings aren’t very high, which was go­ing to be a prob­lem. A de­sign com­pany, Am­berth, had been rec­om­mended to us, so we de­cided to see what they could do. They sug­gested sink­ing the bath be­tween the joists, which makes the room feel more spa­cious and it’s easy to step down into it. They also came up with the idea of a full-length win­dow with opaque glass to bring more light in.

The build­ing work and in­stal­la­tion took four weeks and cost £9,500. We love it and know we’ll be happy with it for a re­ally long time.’

com­pos­ite stone basin FOR A MORE SEAM­LESS, MATT LOOK THAN WHITE PORCE­LAIN Ideal Home loves Sprayed brassware Pick an amaz­ing ac­cent colour to turn taps and fit­tings into a fea­ture

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