Bathroom Suites for Small Bathrooms

Bathroom Suites for Small Bathrooms.

If you are trying to design a new bathroom or cloakroom but finding you don’t have the space to have the bathroom fixtures you would really like, then don’t panic there are plenty of great solutions out there for you to choose from. First things first draw up a sketch of your bathroom with the correct measurements written down, this way it will be easier for you to see if what you want will fit in.

Space Saving in a main Bathroom.

If you have a really small main bathroom then I would suggest that you look at cloakroom suites first as these are specifically designed for small spaces. If you have a lot of items that will need hiding away then you are able to get vanity unites with build in skinks and toilets, these are amazing for space saving, and give you a lovely clean look to the room.

Shower baths are a necessity for small bathrooms, a shower bath is any bath with a shower fitted over it. You can have any shape bath such as L shaped, P shaped or corner bath. Corner baths are both luxurious and space saving and really looks stylish in any bathroom.

Small Fixtures for the main bathroom.

To maximise the space that you have wall fixtures are essential, as free standing units will just take up that space that you don’t have. Large mirrors will reflect light and make any room look bigger. And finally the colour scheme should be light and clean, whether you will be using paint or tiles there is a great choice out there.

Space Saving in a Cloakroom.

If it is a cloakroom you are designing then corner fixtures are brilliant at giving the illusion of space. There are also units available with built in toilets and sinks, this would obviously depend on the space you have as these can take up space in cloakrooms. There are many different designs out there, whether it would be modern, traditional or contemporary you will find a design right for you.

Small Fixtures for a Cloakroom.

Lighting is very important in these spaces as more often than not there will not be a window in this room. Choose softer lighting as if it is too harsh it will just take away from the style and design of the bathroom and over power people when using it. You are able to get some great mirrors with integrated lighting, and even get things such as Infinity Mirrors, which are amazing for giving the illusion of space. Accessories such at toilet roll holders and toilet brushes, you will be able to find all-in-one products.

When looking for the perfect bathroom suite I would recommend to look online as you will get much more information about the products then you would in a shop, such as all measurements and recommended matching products.

Louise Boniface is a senior content writer for Victorian Plumbing, suppliers of a selection of Small Bathroom Suites for petite bathrooms, en-suites and cloakrooms.

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