Bathroom Sanitaryware Maidstone
When you’re buying a bathroom suite, there are many choices to be made. A lot of these are design decisions (such as modern bathroom suites versus traditional bathroom suites) but some of your style decisions can have practical implications, too – especially in a small bathroom.
If you’re thinking of refitting your bathroom, look realistically at the space you have available. Don’t assume that you can (or can’t) accommodate a particular fixture or layout – draw out a to-scale bathroom plan and do some research on Bathroom Trends then delve into the available sizes and shapes of the fixtures and fittings you’d like for your home.
With smaller bathrooms increasingly commonplace in modern homes, we’ve sourced a range of space saving solutions for you, from wall hung bathroom suites to shower baths and shower suites. Playing visual tricks in your bathroom decor, by adding floor space enhancing wall hung basins and toilets, reflective or metallic tiles, pale wall colour and mirrors, can be another fantastic way to make your bathroom seem a little larger than it is; minimising clutter will help, too, so check out our bathroom shelves and bathroom cabinets while you’re here!
Often it’s possible to create a bathroom design that focuses on the item(s) that are important to you, and uses space saving items elsewhere. For example, if you and your household spend much of your bathroom time at the basin, maybe sharing the space with your partner or kids, then an extra wide or double basin could be a good idea – try making room for this ‘luxury’ by combining your bathing and showering space with a shower bath. Your bathroom design will work better for you this way, and you’ll be happier with the finished layout.