Bathroom project advice

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Hi

I knocked the separate toilet and bathroom in to one room and now plan to re-fit.

It's about 2.5m x 2.5m or so, and there is an existing bathroom cupboard in one corner that must stay in place (contains new plumbing and electrics), and there are now two windows there.

I took the old cast iron bath out, but have decided to get a P-shaped bath as there is not enough space for a separate shower unfortunately.

The advice I am after is this:

Can anyone recommend a good producer of p-shaped or similar fibreglass baths (I do not like the feel of the acrylic ones)... or any good suppliers of bathrooms they have used.

Also, could you please let me have your thoughts on mixers and taps... mainly what is good/ who to avoid.

We had an aqualisa shower in our old house which was great - not sure if they are still as good as they were.

Many thanks
 
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Quantum baths from Carron make a good variety of shapes and sizes.

There's a really good one where the shower bit is square and works like a decent shower enclosure but isn't overwhelming on the bath bit. I've also fitted that into an alcove without fitting the glass screen and just tiled all around and it worked really well.

Mind you, it's probably acrylic. But it's English made and I think they're pretty good. I'd also go English on taps too, with Crosswater.
 

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