Re: After some bathroom layout ideas4
Jun 20, 2018 12:59 pm
The easiest way to do it is to minimise the movement of the major services that cost a lot to move and create the most disruption to the exisiting space if you do. Therefore, work with existing plumbing and electrical. That said, if you have wooden floors, and the space underneath is accessible, that may not matter so much. Outside of that, you would need to state what it is you are trying to achieve with the renovation - in other words, write yourself and your designer/trademen a simple design brief, listing what you don't like about the current or what you would like from the new.
Re: After some bathroom layout ideas5
Jun 23, 2018 10:10 pm
The house is elevated so there is about 4ft space below floor. When bath/ shower cubicle is removed we expect that the ceiling will need to be re-sheeted. Tiles cover lower half of 80% of walls. We will fit some batts in the external walls while we have the opportunity. This is the layout I am thinking.
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