This large bathroom project saw Peter Robinson design and install a large, separate shower area fitted with a stainless steel shower with rain head and standard head. The enclosed shower with glass door separating it from the main bathroom. The bathroom itself is a mix of modern and traditional with crisp white walls offsetting the exposed beams in the room. The grey marble walls and floor tiles, painted blue bath panel, traditional stainless steel bathroom fittings, wall mounted towel rail, inset walk in shower built around original beams of house. Ceiling mounted downlighters. Electrics, underfloor heating and plumbing.
Wet room custom built into corner space of room utilising the space well with a corner fitted toilet, sink and shower. Peter Robinson Installations carried out the full works including tiling, plumbing and electrics. This awkward corner space was transformed into a gorgeous wetroom. Mosaic tiles and inbuilt wall storage areas. The wetroom is one of a number of projects completed by Peter Robinson Installations in this house in Whitchurch near Monmouth.
Peter Robinson Installations laid these stunning natural tiles in Gloucestershire in this Barn Conversion.
This kitchen design by Peter Robinson Installations included a large, uniquely tailored kitchen island which was a hand carved wooden island with granite worktops and modern clean feel to kitchen. The large kitchen featured cream cabinets and sand coloured granite worktops with curved edges, ceiling down lighters, a mix of solid and glass display doors glass display cabinets, stainless steel handles and pink walls.
The island incorporated a built in oven and storage consisting of drawers and cupboards.
Peter Robinson Installations was tasked with taking up the existing floor, laying underfloor heating and tiling the entire room at this house in Shirenewton. The kitchen / dining room area looks amazing finished with large, square grey floor tiles.
We’re delighted to be showcasing this complete bathroom refurbishment project carried out near Usk, Monmouthshire. This small bathroom underwent some big changes.
The hot water tank was moved up into the loft and changed to a high pressure system. A new floor was created using old oak flooring and blended with a new, custom built curved step to allow access into showed without the big step.
Storage cupboards were designed, built and fitted above the bath and painted to colour match the new vanity unit. A new shower cubicle was installed. The stylish bathroom was fitted with a new towel radiator and finished with new, dimmable LED lighting
All materials were sourced and supplied by Peter Robinson Installations sister company SIMI Kitchens
PR Installations carried out all plumbing, electrics and decorating.