new bathroom what do you think

(16 Posts)
muchaboca Sun 17-Apr-16 19:26:28

Had this mocked up today. Victorian building but small bathroom with no windows and lowered ceiling. Trying to keep it reasonably old fashioned looking. Bad picture but tiles are grey and white on floor. Bath panel is light grey as is cupboard over sink.

NapQueen Sun 17-Apr-16 19:31:34

I love the flooring and the old style radiator. Id have some storage built into that cut out shape above the bath end.

Honestly not too keen on the tiling behind the sink and rad - along with the bath tiles and the floor tiles its too mish mash. But thats my taste.

muchaboca Sun 17-Apr-16 19:44:55

Thanks for feedback - should have said there is no tiling over sink and radiator it is just a bad picture. I would probably have a few white tiles over sink (same as over bath though they look grey in picture)

muchaboca Sun 17-Apr-16 19:46:33

Also the bath end bit is (existing) storage you just can't see the doors - would have them same colour as bath panel and cupboard.

nipersvest Sun 17-Apr-16 19:51:24

looks nice, could you afford to tile the walls?, i assume the white wall is painted, ime paintwork in a bathroom can be problematic (mould, cracking etc), particularly if there is limited ventilation due to there being no window.

MaureenMLove Sun 17-Apr-16 19:54:24

I think it's fab. I like everything about it! I'm just imagining all the different coloured sets of towels you could have. You could change the entire look of the room every time you change a set of towels!

muchaboca Sun 17-Apr-16 19:54:59

We were going to have some panels at the shower which are apparently the new thing? (I've never bought a new bathroom before). Most walls are currently just painted and no mould - I suppose I could always get more if it became an issue though

RaeSkywalker Sun 17-Apr-16 19:55:03

I agree with nipers- very nice but could you tile at least the walls around the bath? New bathrooms are exciting grin

woody2976 Sun 17-Apr-16 19:56:38

thats lovely smile

WicksEnd Mon 18-Apr-16 11:33:26

Ooh that's swanky. Looks a little cold but once you get all your towels and stuff in, it will look lovely. Where did you get the mock up done? I'm having mine done soon, knocking The separate toilet down which is currently next door, to make a bigger bathroom and I don't know where to begin planning wise!

OutToGetYou Mon 18-Apr-16 12:12:48

Personally I loathe tiles. We've just re done our en suite with minimal tiles. Wanted panels in shower but pushed the price up too much do we used really large tiles, then just one of those cut for over the sink. No others.
Actually, it's grout I don't like. Looks untidy, and gets really stained.
Our walls will be stone blue, and we're having white towels. White tiles and slate floor.
I love your flooring. If the tiles over the bath are white then yes. Don't like them looking grey.
I like the monochrome look, be nice to be able to swap out the towels and accessories for different looks

muchaboca Mon 18-Apr-16 12:55:13

I'm not overly keen on too many tiles. They've suggested the few we have are metro style ones which again I'm not convinced about - they will definitely be white though.

Got it done at bathstore. They came out to measure and then you pick what you like in the shop and they create the 3D images. We tried a few different variations and it was really useful. Price wasn't too bad but I know there are varying reviews of the shop. Glad that most people think it looks good - I've not got much of an eye for design.

FelicityKate Tue 19-Apr-16 19:53:50

I think it looks lovely! Very similar to what I'm trying to convince my DH to go with. Would you mind telling me what the approx room dimensions are please?

muchaboca Tue 19-Apr-16 20:34:43

No problem Felicity see attached - I'd prefer feet and inches but better than nothing! It's only a small room.

muchaboca Tue 19-Apr-16 20:39:34

Sorry that was crap maybe this shows more info

FelicityKate Fri 22-Apr-16 16:21:53

Thank you! Mine's slightly smaller but it's given us lots to talk about. Good luck with it all!

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