1980's Bathroom to Elegant Accessible Spa Bathroom

8 years ago
last modified: 8 years ago

Our out-dated bathroom was unsuitable for a disabled family
member: the bath was too narrow and too high, and the shower area too small to
accommodate a stool for sitting. Inspired
by hundreds of Houzz pics, we wanted a beautiful bathroom that was also multi-functional and easily accessible. bathing
space we needed. The disability
specialists we approached could only think of the clinical hospital-style bathrooms
they were used to. Thankfully local building services company Colcro Ltd came to our rescue.They installed our extra wide and deep Japanese bath was installed on a new sunken floor, height adjusted for our family member. A wet floor space next to the bath has an overhead rainforest shower providing ample room for a seat whilst showering. Beyond the room wide glass shower doors a stylish wash room contains a wall hung toilet, countertop basin and wall-mounted taps. To enhance the feeling of space the bathroom door matched the washroom walls. Hydrotherapy jets, air jets, and chromatherapy lights in the bath, were combined with chromatherapy downlights in the ceiling for their health boosting properties. Finishing touches in the walnut floating shelves and high-quality Thibault wallpaper, raise the overall look and feel of the new bathroom to that of an elegant spa. Thank you Colcro

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