Tiles and Tiling in Thrope Astley LE3
In order to create a timeless bathroom, the customer opted to go with a beige colour, which is very neutral indeed and it would enable him to introduce other colours in the bathroom through towels and shower mats, among other things. The tiles chosen, apart from being beige in colour, were 300 x 600 mm in size and they were ceramic. The effect that this customer chose was a plain, straight tiling effect.
What we did
The team of specialists from our tile centre got to work, finishing the job from start to end in approximately 10 working days. Before the job was completed, the customer came to our bathroom showroom and chose among a wide selection of beige tile suppliers for the project.
Here’s a brief breakdown of what we did.
Tiling and chrome finishes
Apart from installing all the tiles, we also chrome-trimmed the bathroom to give it a better finish across the weather and sewer stackers as well as along the window area.
Tiling the boxed-in area
In this bathroom, there was also a staircase that came into the area, which was originally painted. However, we tiled the whole boxed-in area, making it completely maintenance-free for the customer. It was fully tiled, apart from the shower area, where we installed beige panels that would be easy to clean with a wiper blade. As such, the customer could clean the bathroom efficiently as opposed to scrubbing the tiles and grout as well.
The vanity and the flooring
In terms of the vanity unit and the flooring, the customer already had a wider vanity unit for storage. We again finished everything off with chrome fittings and fixtures and added vinyl flooring to create a greater and more prominent contrast within the entire bathroom space.
Changing the electric to a thermostatic shower
Although the customer originally had an electric shower, we installed a pump to feed the gravity tank to enable them to have a thermostatic shower instead. As such, the water pressure is now far better than the electric shower and it is also much more affordable to use on a daily basis.
The finer details
In terms of perfecting the finer details in this bathroom, we also used anti-mould silicone in the bathroom both within the shower and outside the shower area. We then matched it with a similar colour where we used anti-mould grout.
With another successful bathroom renovation to our name and another happy customer, we are pleased with the final outcome of this project and we know that the customer is satisfied, too. When they visited our tile shop in Leicester, the customer had a wide variety of tiles to choose from – from porcelain to ceramic and each coming with a wide range of colours for that timeless effect that would also be easy to clean.
If your bathroom is in need of some TLC or you’d like to renovate it completely, we encourage you to browse through our selection of tiles in Leicester to choose the effect you’d like to go for. You can let our team of specialists handle the rest as we work with your requirements and specifications to ensure the perfect finish and great results. Get in touch with us today! We are more than happy to help!
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