We finished refitting the master bathroom about six weeks ago, but we’ve been waiting for some small bits and pieces to arrive. Now that it’s all done, let’s check it out.
Nevertheless, we got there in the end and we’re super pleased with the outcome.
Products we used in our finished master bathroom
The bath tub we opted for was Charlotte Edwards Purley, which is a 1700mm freestanding bath, with a 170 litre water capacity.
All the taps and mixers (bath, sink and shower) are Crosswater Belgravia with white glazed ceramic indices. The Victorian design works perfectly in our Victorian farmhouse.
For the water closet we opted for the Grohe Euro Ceramic Deluxe WC. It’s a rimless toilet and features a ‘Triple Vortex’ flush that uses three water outlets to create a super powerful flush that is silent and splash-free. It also uses incredibly small amounts of water to successfully flush, every time.
We chose the Louise oak and stone vanity cabinet from Tika Moon. It’s heavy and well built, and adds contrast in our bathroom.
Shower tray and glass
We selected Merlyn for our shower tray (Merlyn TrueStone Rectangular Shower Tray – 1700mm x 900mm) and glass with side flap (Merlyn Ionic Wet Room Glass Shower Panel).
As a word of warning, the shower tray is obscenely heavy, so make sure you’re aware of this if you’ll be using it on the first floor.
Shower wall panel
We didn’t want the hassle of tiling and grouting the shower, so we selected the 6mm Minerva carrara white wall panel. The panels are non-porous and stain resistant, and look amazing, complimenting our shower controls.
Also Crosswater Belgravia, this is the 12” traditional chrome shower head and definitely delivers on the rainfall shower experience.
To keep things watertight and easy we laid down Spectra Light Grey Cement Luxury Click Vinyl flooring with an acoustic underlay. This is much better than tiles.