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31/07/2014: Bathroom and en-suite project is near to completion

This en-suite and bathroom project is taking shape now. The floor and wall tiles have been laid in the bathroom, using light coloured textured porcelain tiles on the walls around the 'L' shaped bath and shower, to contrast with black porcelain tiles on the floor and outside wall. The black tiles are polished in situ to give a stunning, lustrous surface that is smooth yet natural loooking.

Nice touches include the niches built into the walls for storage to preserve space and make it easier to reach bath products when showering or bathing. The natural wood cabinet and basin surround contrast with the tiled surfaces, complementing the textures and enhancing the feeling of warmth in the room.

The plumbing is all in place now, as are the electrical fittings give subtle, energy efficient lighting just where it is needed. With only detailing and the finishing touches to do now, our customers will soon be using their bathroom and en suite.

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