We are in the process of buying a new home and the bathroom is tiny which is the only downside the the property. It currently has a shower cubicle, toilet and sink. The dimensions are 1700mm x 1610mm. We are looking to rip out the entire contents and fit a standard bath along the 1700mm wall which will leave literally no room to pipe a concealed thermostatic mixer shower above. My question is...is it possible to channel the pipes within the wall and also channel the concealed mixer? Dont worry my DIY skills dont extend this far so I will be employing a plumber but just wanting to know my options before we move in. Ideally I would like to conceal the pipes and mixer then have a overhead rainforest head coming out of the ceiling. I believe the wall that the pipes would need to be channelled into are a standard brick construction, the house was build in the 1930's I would really appreciate some advice on this.