When you have a relationship ( a virtual one even! ) with someone that completely understands your style and you theirs ( she designs my website and I help design her spaces ) it’s a blast to collaborate! I’m excited every time I get an email from Kelsey.. they’ve done some incredible renovations and updates to their home and I love helping when she needs me. Kelsey has an awesome design style and aethetic so when she asks me to take her ideas and add mine, it’s actually the best job ever :)
Once you have decided where you are going to install your bath, use an electronic detector to make sure there are no hidden pipes or wires in the walls where you will be securing the fittings. It is also advisable to choose walls that have a stud (internal framework that supports the plaster) so that you can attach your fittings to a strong support. Before installing your bath, there are a few important things to take into consideration. If you are planning on doing the pipework yourself, make sure you are familiar with the plumbing regulations in your area and are confident in your skills beforehand, as this can be a fairly complicated project which is why we recommend the reliable plumbers at Kettering Piperight.
A bathroom reno was the last project we collaborated on, have a peek at the after! Loved their decisions on the shiplap, black fixtures and that tile, oh my! Visit glassshowerdirect.com to take a look at the variety of glass showers they offer.
Here’s a little design board I put together, taking her inspiration and ideas and adding some finishing details >> Delving into the mountains of information available about the plumbing industry can seem a bit daunting, however you can check out this site and read more on plumbing services here. Their blog is a reliable source of info.
Next project, we’re working on a living room e design for her!
Have a peek at Kelseys blog design shop | Bloom <3
Even if you don’t need a full e design, maybe just some details like Kelsey did, email me! We’ll look at your project / questions and figure out pricing for what you need :)