What the client wanted

Idsall School reached out through our website and after seeing their initial email, we jumped into action. After a few emails back and forth we organised a phone call and got to know them a little better. Their school toilet refurbishment project sounded really interesting, and as soon as we started talking, we were bouncing ideas back and forth to get the right idea.

They had an idea of what they were after but gave us the creative freedom to curate and come up with a few designs for them. After our call, we were able to create designs that our clients loved. After presenting them and further conversations we finalised the design and got ready for the work!

Idsall School were looking for a lovely modern twist for their washroom, it needed to be stylish but functional, which is something that we specialise in. The school wanted a space that could be easily maintained and cleaned so that they could keep everything tidy and help protect against the spread of germs.

They also asked for a darker colour scheme which is very on-trend at the moment. However, we needed to pair this with a lighter colour in order to keep the space looking large and airy. This, paired with bright lighting situated at around 6000 Kelvin, made sure that the space looked just right.

What we achieved

The finished school toilet is an amazing space that we’re really proud of. Working with such a large space meant that we had a lot of room to play with. However using a darker colour to draw the room in slightly helped us to create a space that looked just right.

With a number of commercial fixtures and fittings, we were able to finish the school toilet with a premium feel and that helped to tie in all aspects of the refurbishment. We also wanted to make sure that the toilet would be safe even if the floor was wet, with that in mind we used a waterproof safety flooring that helps to enhance grip underfoot to keep people upright.

The client also wanted to make sure that they had an accessible toilet so that those with disabilities were facilitated and catered to as well. this type of inclusive outlook is important not only morally but legally too. Certain establishments that meet the criteria must have accessible toilets on site.

Key Solutions Included

  • Safely flooring
  • PVC cladding
  • Compact-grade laminate cubicles
  • Bespoke vanity units
  • IPS (integrated panel systems)
  • Electrical (lighting)
  • Painting
  • Plumbing