Wet rooms are essentially shower rooms that do away with the shower screen and tray, and have an expansive, fully tiled shower area. If your bathroom is on the meager side you probably will need to include a shower screen to stop everything from getting sprayed.

Remodeling a bathroom is an inspiring project, giving these important spaces a new appearance and better purpose. And while a bathroom remodels has many components and parts from the layout to the flooring, the plumbing is one of the most significant pieces. The plumbing for a bathroom remodel includes not only running the lines to the various water outlets and drains, but also installing the fixtures that you use each day like toilets, sinks, and faucets.

Rainforest Shower Head

Designer bathrooms of all kinds have many varied styles of showerheads. Some have small nozzles for a more sharp, powerful stream, while others have a rain shower nozzle to provide more of a covering, rain-like experience. No option is really “better” than the other. It’s absolutely all about personal preference.


Matching Sink Unit

Your sink and toilet don’t have to match, but if you really want a consistent theme to run throughout your bathroom then it’s vital that you buy a toilet and sink from the same series.


Seamless Flooring

Bathroom floors are inclined to standing water, slippery surfaces, and mildew. When updating floors in your bathroom, it’s important to consider function as well as looks.