DIY Family Bathroom Project

For the last two years I've been slowly installing our new family bathroom. Here are some photos of the finished project
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From this, to this, to this! DIY cupboard constructed from timber and mdf. The doors and side panels are made from layered pieces of 12mm mdf, and framed with decorative moulding

From this, to this, to this! DIY cupboard constructed from timber and mdf. The doors and side panels are made from layered pieces of 12mm mdf, and framed with decorative moulding

Recessed shelves in the shower enclosure provide space for towels and shower products.  Tiles from Malborough tiles - chosen because of the uneven edges of these hand made tiles give them a more traditional look, and because I needed the tiles to have a glazed side edge for the recessed shelves.

Recessed shelves in the shower enclosure provide space for towels and shower products. Tiles from Malborough tiles - chosen because of the uneven edges of these hand made tiles give them a more traditional look, and because I needed the tiles to have a glazed side edge for the recessed shelves.

Cupboard painted in Farrow and Ball Charleston Grey.  Glass shower screen from Ebay.

Cupboard painted in Farrow and Ball Charleston Grey. Glass shower screen from Ebay.

I adapted an old Victorian cupboard bought on Ebay for £35 to make this washstand. Marble top with undermount sinks. Taps from Victorian Plumbing.  Mirror made from an old reclaimed oak floor board, cut into strips, mitred at the corners. Mirror glass sourced locally and glued to the frame using mirror adhesive. Don't use silicone, it will destroy the back of the mirror....!

I adapted an old Victorian cupboard bought on Ebay for £35 to make this washstand. Marble top with undermount sinks. Taps from Victorian Plumbing. Mirror made from an old reclaimed oak floor board, cut into strips, mitred at the corners. Mirror glass sourced locally and glued to the frame using mirror adhesive. Don't use silicone, it will destroy the back of the mirror....!

Roll top bath (from Bathstore) with taps and shower mixer from Victorian plumbing. Porcelain plug from Bristan.

Roll top bath (from Bathstore) with taps and shower mixer from Victorian plumbing. Porcelain plug from Bristan.

DIY bathroom mirror made from reclaimed oak floor board. Mirror illuminated (from front rather than above for optimum illumination when in front of mirror) with Davey lamps sourced locally.

DIY bathroom mirror made from reclaimed oak floor board. Mirror illuminated (from front rather than above for optimum illumination when in front of mirror) with Davey lamps sourced locally.

DIY victorian washstand

DIY victorian washstand

bathroom copper pipework

bathroom copper pipework

DIY bathroom project Charlie DIYite

DIY bathroom project Charlie DIYite


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