Marlborough place, St. John's WoodContemporary Bathroom, London

Inspiration for a small contemporary master beige tile and ceramic tile ceramic floor bathroom remodel in London with an integrated sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and white walls —  Houzz
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fabulousbath8 wrote:Mar 5, 2015
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    Dom Designs
    Let me check the exact sizes and I will get back to you.

    As far as I know the client is happy about the shower and hadn't complained about the splashes.

    That may slightly depend on the fact that he is rather slim and possibly doesn't splash about too much.

    Also if you install underfloor heating and put a shower mat in front of the opening then any splashes will land on the mat and dry up very quickly.

    But let me check the dims you have asked for.

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    Dom Designs
    Hi again, the shower as I mentioned earlier is 1650 x 800, the screen is 1000mm wide and 2000 high. So the remaining opening to enter the shower is 650 which is adequate. If you install underfloor heating the splashes should not be a problem. Also as this is not a classic wet-room scenario and the shower tray is raised above the floor and also ever so slightly tilted to make sure the water runs into the waste well you should have any trouble.
    If you want you could go for a smaller screen also, like 900 wide which would give you a more generous entry.

    Hope this helps!

    Any issues or questions let me know!

    Kind regards,

cathywoodard wrote:Apr 25, 2015
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    Thank you for the information.Love this bathroom.

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    Dom Designs
    Thank you for the kind comment! Let me know if you need any further help and advice or further info on other products used in this room. Ksenia
kochendorfer2012 wrote:Jun 2, 2015
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    Hi there and thank you for your question. The towel rail is from Zehnder, it is from their Yucca range. I am not certain it is still current though, as their website doesn't show it, but you can find it online with other suppliers. Try contacting Zehnder direct to check if it is still in production.

annaabraham wrote:Dec 24, 2014
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    Hi there, the sink is from Catalano and the cabinet is Schneider. Hope it helps!
annaabraham wrote:Dec 24, 2014
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    Dom Designs
    Thank you very much for your words of praise, I must say I am very please how it worked out not just aesthetically but also practically as it is a very narrow and generally not a large room. Yet it has everything it needed, including a spacious shower as well as a double basin! Thanks again!
anna_biag wrote:May 29, 2019

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