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Mr & Mrs White, Kendray, Barnsley, South Yorkshire – an “outstanding” stylish disabled wet room that the whole family could be proud of.
13 February 2019
Following an accident the existing bathroom had become increasingly difficult and unsafe to use and as a result a disabled adaption. Educated to a point having spoken with the council over possible solutions the couple were filled with dread, believing the adaptation would look institutionalised and disabled.Read More
Mr & Mrs Kay, Bradford, West Yorkshire - An unsafe and unusable bathroom was transformed into a disabled wet room with minimal design requirements due to minor alterations to the layout.
31 January 2019
With a few minor DIY adaptations consisting of the odd grab bar and a toilet frame already in situ the time had come to consider completely adapting the bathroom to facilitate a safer bathing experience, that one day may have to become assisted.Read More
Mr & Mrs Hewitt, Lofthouse, Wakefield, West Yorkshire - A poorly designed standard bathroom suite was transformed into a specialist, yet aspirational, mobility friendly wet floor shower solution.
11 January 2019
Mr & Mrs Hewitt lived down south but had recently purchased a bungalow in West Yorkshire to be near their Son and Daughter-in-law. The existing bathroom however needed adapting with a stylish and accessible mobility friendly solution however time was of the essence as works needed to be completed before Mr & Mrs Hewitt relocated.Read More
Mr & Mrs O’Connor, Harehills, Leeds, West Yorkshire – a multi-functional and multi-generational mobility wet room that met all users wants, needs and requirements.
13 December 2018
An odd shaped, small and old fashioned multi-functional bathroom that needed re-configuring in order to achieve accessibility, assisted and mobility friendly bathing was transformed into a wet room that met all users wants, needs and requirements.Read More
Mr Roberts, Pontefract, Wakefield, West Yorkshire - An unusable, tired and dated bathroom was transformed into an accessible wet floor shower solution that included a number of bespoke features.
26 November 2018
A 1900’s Victorian house with a bathroom that dated back to the mid 60’s, early 70’s was indeed of a renovation in order to facilitate safe and accessible bathing. Converting the existing bathroom into a stylish shower room the wet floor concept included a number of extra special bespoke features.Read More
Mr & Mrs Ambler, Pudsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire - Conscious of not wanting the adaptation works to look overly disabled the design required a perfect combination of accessibility and style.
19 November 2018
An existing bathroom that had been semi-adapted in order to facilitate continued use had unfortunately run its course and the time had come for more drastic measures in the form of a complete rip out and refit of something more accessible and mobility friendly.Read More