Unusually for our website, this entry includes a CAD image and a plan of the project. With a small en-suite it's impossible to get an overall photograph of the room and, if you don't know the space, you may be wondering how it all works, so the CAD image and plan are to help make that clear.
A traditional wet room with no level changes is not possible in a building with concrete floors, but we have managed to retain the other advantages of a wet room over a shower cubicle (more useable space, no glass screens or doors, much easier to clean) by making the base of the showering area raised by 90mm, just enough to allow the gentle tiled slope and central drain to carry the water away (see image 8).
The Mira shower fittings are on the back of the central pillar, enabling the water to be directed away from the basin and the rest of the en-suite and there is a convenient niche for shower products in the wall nearby. The Mira remote is mounted on the wall by the mirror cabinet so you can set your shower going without getting wet, but also reach it from the shower.
For nice warm towels we like this Zehnder Spa radiator, and spare towels can be rolled and stored on the tiled shelves in the alcove above the WC.
When it comes to vanity units, this one by Laufen is a favourite as it is sleek in design and has a large basin for it's overall size, and the drawers are roomy enough to be worthwhile.
Photo credits: 1-7 Mark McLoughlin