Oct 18, 2015 1:40 pm
About to renovate a terrace i(new kitchen & new bathrooms). Involves three new bathrooms - all from scratch. (existing bathrooms will be demolished). Thinking rubber flooring.
I do not think that I can live with tiles and grout problems again.
Also the bathrooms have to happen very quickly because we cannot lose too much rental time. From past experience, there was a long wait time with water proofing & tiling and the inevitable delays in coordinating it all.
Therefore, we are considering the option of ready made shower enclosures. There seem to be many acrylic options but many look / feel a bit cheap. Can anyone suggest some brands for some stylish options in acrylic or indeed any material? Stainless steel?
Any alternative ideas for quick good looking solutions?
Re: Quick, easy (but stylish) shower solutions2
Oct 28, 2015 11:21 pm
Englefield have a corner acrylic shower wall and base combo which you can buy from Masters, or you can also just get sheets of acrylic and use them to tile the wall instead.
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