Its a common problem with loft conversions that the roof line controls how the bathroom is set out.
Here in connection with a loft conversion company we where able to control the bathroom sizes before the conversion started. This enables both bathrooms to work with out stooping or low shower head heights. The use of the Velux makes the space feel bigger and the tiles are a real statement. We are known to design around odd spaces and the recess towel storage was a nice finishing touch.
The specification here was luxury followed by being robust.
Originally with a his and hers basin set up the rest of the room just did not work, we moved things around to provide a bigger shower lower to the floor, removed all box sections that where not required and then played some optical tricks to make the room seem larger. It was a privilege when design controls an installation and here we proved what was possible to achieve that hotel look.
This was one of four bathrooms in the property where no wall or floor was straight and workman ship before not to the highest quality.
The difficulty then is installing glass shower enclosures with little tolerance, there is no where to hide when it does not fit. The workmanship in this bathroom almost can’t be seen as to deliver a seamless finish, this bathroom required planning of the final fittings even before they where taken out of the box. Overall the achievement and delivery on this modern classic means it now works practically as well as it looks.
If you're thinking of having this type of work done, just get Simon; you really won't regret it.