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Bootwater Bathrooms offers contemporary styling solutions for your bathroom

It might not be obvious but gone are the days when a bathroom just consists of a bath, toilet and a basin on a pedestal. 

Today, bathroom design and the products that go in them are really, really clever but the innovations and developments are often very subtle. 

One of the best developments is the versatility and practicality offered by fitted furniture. 
Whatever your bathroom space, big or small, fitted furniture creates a unified look, hides all the unsightly plumbing (whilst still allowing access) but also maximises the space available and provides fantastic and creative storage solutions.  Just what a bathroom, en suite or cloakroom needs. 

Specifically designed for the bathroom environment, fitted furniture comes in a range of styles, colours, finishes and combinations, offering fresh and contemporary or period looks with the benefit of co-ordinating worktops and sanitary ware. Colours range from high gloss white to the very stylish matt slate grey or pebble with a choice of door styles and a large range of handles. You can even choose the colour of the carcass to compliment the door finish. 

It doesn’t stop there, for the full effect, matching bath panels, mirrors, wall cabinets and lighting options are also available to provide a totally bespoke bathroom solution without the made-to-measure prices. 

Sanitary ware has also been cleverly and subtly redesigned with a large choice of basin sizes and shapes. Toilets can be back-to-wall so that the cistern is hidden or wall hung to a standard or slightly higher comfort height – again in a range of shapes and styles – all designed to use less water per flush, and with soft close seats if preferred. 

For bidet lovers whose bathrooms just aren’t big enough, the Vitra V Care WC is the cutting edge of bathroom gadgetry.  A toilet combined with bidet functions, it has a hands-free seat that automatically rises and closes after use, a warmed seat and washing and drying function. 

Baths too have changed and now come in beautiful shapes designed for smaller bathrooms but with curves to support the body and now constructed using double skinned acrylic so that they are strong but retain the water heat.  Steel, cast iron and stone baths are still available for those wanting a traditional feel. 

Showers too have been developed. Wetroom systems are so well designed they offer superior waterproofing than shower trays. Shower trays are no longer flimsy pieces of plastic but formed from especially developed substrates to give them strength and durability. Even shower enclosures are now designed with quick, easy release clips for panel and door movement, and water-repellent finishes on the glass to make cleaning easy. 

Finally, to complete your bathroom, it’s worth having it professionally designed to ensure that it will work for you and is a perfect fit. Bootwater Bathrooms offers a free design and quotation service and provide a fantastic range of products from a number of different and reputable manufacturers.  The end result – beautiful bathrooms with performance to match. 

Bootwater Bathrooms
3 Stoke Road, Portishead, Bristol  BS20 3BQ
Just off the High Street, behind Impero Lounge, free parking to the rear.
Tel: 01275 844580
Email: bootwaterbathrooms@gmail.com
www: bootwaterbathrooms.co.uk

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