Take a look at this brilliant bathroom transformation

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Re-working the layout worked wonders for this once dark and dated bathroom.

When the owners moved into their five-bedroom detached house in East Sussex, they soon realised that the Edwardian property would need refurbishing throughout. ‘We considered doing everything at once, but decided it was better to do things in small chunks over the years,’ say the owners. The couple decided to hire local bathroom designer Chris Burton of The Brighton Bathroom Company.

Altering the look of the bathroom without too many additional costs was essential. The owners suspected that the room had once been divided into two to create a separate loo, as there were two different-sized windows and the loo was positioned too close to the bathroom door. After deciding to shuffle things around, they relocated the loo to the right-hand wall, which freed up more space. They also removed an old water tank from a cupboard to create more storage space.

Image credit: David Parmiter
Image credit: David Parmiter

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