Bathroom installation in Ware, Hertfordshire

This installation was an exciting project for the LH Gas team, as the property was a listed building, situated in Ware, Hertfordshire.

The room under renovation was a disused bathroom. It was going to require a great deal of work to turn it from the shell it was, into the incredibly modern and stunning bathroom we envisaged.

Like most listed buildings, this property was of considerable age and most of the walls and floors were uneven. To complete the foundations, LH Gas had to rebuild three of the walls and the floor. As one wall still had timber cladding, this had to be completely stripped back and repainted. Once we had sanded it back to bare wood, it was then painted with a Farrow and Ball specialist bathroom paint.

Our client’s dream was that the bathroom would be both tranquil and luxurious. With this in mind, we suggested glass paneling on the lower parts of the walls.


 The complexity of this installation required time and care. Keeping the character of the room, without causing damage or removing key features was important. Once the foundations were complete, we started work on the glass paneling templates.

We regularly use Hertford Glass on our projects, and this renovation was no different. Every glass panel was bespoke and made using back-painted glass, the colour choice being from the Farrow and Ball colour-chart.

For the final finishing touches, we built a bespoke mirrored cabinet above the basin and the cabinetry around the boiler that was situated in the bathroom. We had installed under-floor heating and a modern towel rail to add to the warmth and comfort.

We are thrilled with the results of this complex installation and proud to say the clients are as pleased as we are.


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