Mobility Level Access Shower Case Study | Wetherby | North Yorkshire
Published: 22 March 2018
Ms Clapham had an traditional meadow styled bathroom suite that would have been approximately 40 years old, in terms of design, but in great working order non the less. Consisting of a bath, with overhead shower, WC and basin the room was fully tiled around the bathing area, and half tiled elsewhere, in delft effect ceramic with colour complimented willow pattern wallpaper on the remaining areas.
A nice looking setting the reasons for the refurbishment works was due to wanting to future proof this typically hazardous room in the home as a result of starting to struggling getting in and out of the bath.
Following a long line of referrals Ms Clapham was more than happy to go with the flow of her designer / surveyor, Garry, with regards to finding the perfect solution for all present and future needs. With a good understanding of what she was looking to achieve, a bath to easy access shower room conversion, Ms Clapham left it to Garry to produce a design that encompassed her requirements in a stylish and accessible manner.
Considering all of Ms Clapham’s requirements Garry proposed a low-level access shower room renovation that made the best use of the available space. Including a quadrant shower enclosure Garry relocated the basin to the same back wall in order to take in a mirror facility, as it was previously situated under the large bay window, and moved the radiator to this space, freeing up the bathroom door opening for increased manoeuvrability and access.
With a comfort height WC to boot the renovated shower room was completely wall boarded in a grey marble with light grey slip resistant vinyl to the floor. Light and bright the chosen colour scheme accentuated specific elements, helping the room feel bigger than it actually was thanks to a number of reflective elements.
What ms clapham said about more ability:
“Chris was excellent; clean, tidy & quick - thank you.”
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