Preston - Project 1

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bdingwall wrote:15 December 2016
  • JE C
    3 years ago
    Hi a bathroom planner told me that for this layout you could get away with 750 between the bath and shower screen as you dont need much space below the level of the height of the bath. cheers Janet
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    GIA Bathrooms & Kitchens
    3 years ago

    It could work, the vanity would need to shrink to accommodate functionality in the rest of the bathroom. I would allow 1600mm for the bath and shower area.

Sarah Bourke wrote:5 June 2017
  • Taylor Theggie
    2 years ago

    If you look closely you can see there is a shower screen

  • Lucinda Shelley
    last year

    I understand what you mean Sarah! I know you could see the glass screen. I'm using this design in my new build and yes I expect there to be water splashing in/on the bath but I don't think it matters unless someone decides to have a bath straight after someone has showered...even then it's mostly the wet floor tiles that are effected. To me it looks like there is a space of 1 metre from the bath to the screen. (5 tiles x 200mm each I'm thinking). I have also allowed 950-1000 depending on the bath I buy. Buying a 'back to wall' bath can save some space & cleaning!

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Hemant Patel added this to En-suite2 days ago

Or do we go with whites plus feature wall?

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lindsayboughton0 added this to Beth A.30 June 2020

Accent wall with tile (different color than the rest)

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