When it comes to planning for retirement, replacing a bath with a shower might not be top of your list of priorities. But “future-proofing” has become a major new trend among those who care about planning for the very long term.
Our accessible bathrooms service offers peace of mind for homeowners and their families as they approach old age. We’ve seen a steady growth in requests for wetrooms and walk-in showers, with many customers keen to design their bathrooms for the changing demands of later life.
“Snug.” “Compact.” “Cosy.” We’ve all heard the sales spin that tries to describe a small room without admitting the obvious: that it’s small. However, we at & So To Bathe see a lack of space as a fantastic opportunity to get innovative with small bathroom ideas.
Ah, yes – the cramped British bathroom. Lack of space is a perennial problem for many of our customers, especially those living in period homes. Victorian and Georgian-era houses tend to have small-ish bathroom spaces; Indeed, some of the nicest period houses we’ve seen have remarkably small bathrooms.
The good news is that we’ve found some ingenious ways to maximise your bathroom space. Designing a small bathroom can be very rewarding if you play it right. Here’s a few tips and tricks we’ve developed over the years: