1970s bathroom totally transformed

A self-taught handyman has transformed the bathroom in his 1970s house in Vedbæk into a room that people will want to spend time in. A number of exclusive solutions from Unidrain put the icing on the cake.

To the north of Copenhagen, a large number of architect-designed classics from the 1970s line the leafy suburban roads. They are distinguished by beautiful yellow bricks and sharp, functional lines that many people fall in love with. 

Among the lucky home-owners in Vedbæk, just such an areas, are 34-year-old Mads, his wife and their daughter. As well as working hard to get their holiday home at Rørvig into shape, they have now thrown themselves into doing up their house in North Zealand. They are documenting the changes in their blog.

The most recent transformation – one of the largest of its kind – is the bathroom in the house, which has had the full treatment. Everything has been replaced with new, exclusive materials that make the room look like a hotel bathroom. The floor-standing toilet has given way to a wall-mounted model, the old skylight has been replaced with a nice electric roof window – and Unidrain is there on the floor and on the walls.

Unidrain raises the bar

The shower cubicle, like the rest of the room, has changed dramatically. The shower area itself is enclosed by our GlassLine shower screen, which ensures that the water does not splash out into the rest of the room:

“Unidrain has made a very elegant glass wall for the shower, where the glass is recessed into a frame so the joins to the floor and the wall are as invisible as possible. A really nice result and a high quality solution,” Mads writes in his blog.

We also supplied our HighLine Custom drain, where the tiles merge with the drain, separated only by a narrow groove:

“I think Unidrain’s Custom tile drain is an impressive feature in the shower, where the drain is almost invisible and blends with the tiles,” Mads continues.

The bathroom is finished off with our soap shelf with attached shower scraper held in place by a small magnet.

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