This is an important update in regards to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and what Jeremy Colson Bathrooms is doing proactively to protect your family and keep your refurbishment on schedule.
Masks & Gloves
Our team now wear disposable masks and gloves while...... Read More
A lot of people I meet are surprised that I offer bespoke and handmade bathroom furniture, wall cabinets and mirrors. They often assume that they’ll need to select pre-manufactured options from a mainstream supplier.
One of the drawbacks of buying...... Read More
Jeremy Colson Bathrooms has won “Best Of Customer Service” in Surrey on Houzz®, the leading platform for home renovation and design. The 10 years old bathroom design and installation company was chosen by the more than 40 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than one million active home building, home improvement and design industry professionals.
The Best Of Houzz is awarded annually in three categories: Design, Customer Service and Photography. Customer Service honours are based on several factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2016. A “Best Of Houzz 2017” badge will appear on winners’ profiles, as a sign of their commitment to excellence. These badges help homeowners identify popular and top-rated home professionals on Houzz.... Read More
Refurbishing your bathroom can be very stressful, overwhelming and time consuming, so choosing the right company for your bathroom project is really important. You envisage a highly skilled team who will refurbish your tired, old bathroom with care, skill and precision. It’s also important for them to listen and understand your needs, understand what you want and to inspire you with ideas to complement the ideas you’ve been contemplating for some time. Above all, you need somebody you can trust and work with closely. So where do you start?
Take time to plan everything and don’t rush
The idea of a beautiful and new bathroom brings with it a lot of excitement. You may be tempted to get started and be done with it as soon as possible. However, you shouldn’t rush to get things done. Gather your ideas, think about what you want and don't want. Consider when’s the right time of the year to have the work done - keep in mind other commitments at the time of the refurbishment. Having considered the above, take time to find the right person for the job. Nothing is more expensive than doing things twice. A good company will be 3-6 months booked up, so be mindful of this.
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There is nothing more appealing than taking some time out to relax after a long day. Spending some time relaxing in your bathroom is definitely a must and recreating that luxury hotel bathroom experience is what you desire. Here are some suggestions to transform your bathroom into an even more luxurious and comfortable space to spend time in.
Fluffy towels and perhaps a bathrobe?
Freshly laundered and fluffy towels as well as bathrobes and slippers are a must. No one wants to use a damp towel from the morning before. Towels can be maintained by fluffing or shaking washed towels before placing in the tumble dryer and fluffing them again when you remove. It will be worth it! Small touches make a big difference. Think about installing a heated towel rail that has an additional electrical element to keep them warm for when you need them or, when your central heating is off.... Read More
Once you are at the planning stage, choosing tiles will be one of the most important decisions you’ll make. With the vast amount of choices on the market, it can be difficult to decide which tiles will work best for your space.
Tiles are an integral part of every new bathroom and should not be chosen in isolation from other features; it is important to properly consider your space, style of property and colour scheme before picking your tiles.
Picking the size that works for your space
A common choice for both large and small bathrooms are medium sized tiles, which are always viewed as a safe choice. However, you shouldn’t be afraid to use larger or smaller sized tiles. Larger tiles can make a room feel bigger, because the grout lines will be less frequent; this will give your bathroom a more open feel.
Smaller sized tiles can be used in tricky areas or as features, for example if the space between the basin, toilet and other features is compact; smaller tiles will require less cuts and will create a more streamlined look. Keep in mind that wall tiles should never be larger than than the floor tiles you use... Read More