Glasgow bathroom transformation
Interior designer Silvia Ciferri has recently shared photos of her latest project of a bathroom renovation in a flat in Glasgow.
Interior designer Silvia Ciferri has recently shared photos of her latest bathroom renovation project on a flat in Glasgow. Silvia has achieved a major transformational look using Multipanel bathroom wall panels, while saving her client time and money.
Modern with a Victorian twist
Silvia commented that “The flat needed to be put on the market and the client wanted it to stand out from other properties. The original bathroom was in quite a poor condition with considerable amounts of mould on the ceiling, old and dated tiles and discoloured grout.”
Silvia added, “The client was in a hurry to sell the property. I have used Multipanel on many occasions before and have been very happy using it. I wanted the bathroom to look modern, whilst having a Victorian twist. The new Heritage collection of bathroom wall panels with their muted tones from Multipanel looked ideal.”
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"I also ensured my installer used Multipanel Hydrolock tongue and groove wall panels over the bath, as I think it looks much better with a near invisible Hydrolock tongue and groove joining system than using a piece of trim to join the panels together. I like continuity, and the walls look better with a more discrete join.
The whole installation process was easy. We also used Multipanel wall panels for the bath panel. The original bath panel was damaged when it was cut to size, so we used a piece of Multipanel wall panel instead and it works really well with the overall design.”
No more mould
Silvia’s installer Steven Merry of SMJ Trades commented, “One of the biggest issues in this bathroom was the amount of mould on the ceiling. We wanted to avoid the possibility of it coming back. I had used Multipanel ceiling panels in the past and recommended these to Silvia. The PVC ceiling panels are easy to install with their tongue and groove edges. The ceiling panels are simple to wipe clean and there will no longer be any issues with mould.”
This project was so well received that the flat was under offer within ten days of being placed for sale and the new owners are delighted with their new bathroom in which they can relax and enjoy for years to come.
For more details of Silvia’s interior design visit www.casacolori-design.com
If you have an example of how Multipanel has transformed a bathroom we would be very keen to share it.