Design Process

How It Works

If you’ve got an idea of a design for your bathroom, pop in your details and a designer will get in touch with you. From there, you’ll be able to start the process. Their team will come to do an assessment of your bathroom which will include: measuring the dimensions of the room; checking the locations of different systems such as water, waste and electrics.  

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The Outline

The designer will discuss suitable ideas with you on what style to go with and find the one that will best work for your space in terms of form and function. Back in the studio, your designer will draw an outline for the layout of your new bathroom. They’ll get more information from you about the specifics of the bathroom such as styles for the tiles, lights, furniture etc. There can be a lot to consider here, and it’s the designer’s job to guide you through these details.

3D Model

After this, they’ll use a CAD system to create a 3D space of the bathroom design for you to explore virtually. There will be room for necessary changes to be made before you move onto the installation stage. The designer will then give a quote for the work that will be included. 

Supply

The next stage will be supply. The designer will match the best materials for your budget. It’s important they find good quality products for the design of your bathroom. You’ll be able to chat with them about the brands and suppliers they work with.

Installation

For the installation of your new bathroom, a team of various professionals is required. This includes: plumbers, tilers, electricians, carpenters, plasterers and decorators. The designer’s team will work hard to install your bathroom as quickly as they can and to a high standard.

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Send us a message via our contact form to start your journey towards a new professionally designed bathroom.


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