My en suite is quite small so I need to maximise space. What are the latest options for slimline fittings, space-saving fixtures and clever, multifunctional solutions?

  • Kathleen Spriggs-bush

    Many modern properties now have smaller bathrooms so there are always new products to cater for reduced spaces. When shopping for furniture and fittings for a suite where space is at a premium, consider multi-functional products like a combination sink/toilet unit or vanity units with plenty of storage space built in. Short projection sanitaryware paired with sleek fitted furniture and minimalist shower enclosures are also a great way to include all the fittings you want but ensure that the floor space is not taken over. As well as storage options, slimline WCs and washbasins save on space, while still maintaining practicality. Wall-hung electric towel warmers with built-in shelving offer additional space.
    Finally, if you don’t have room for a full shower enclosure or a bath, a wet room is a great idea. Although you will need to carefully consider the type of flooring used to ensure that it is slip-proof and water-resistant, a wet room will allow you to create the illusion of a more spacious suite.

    – Michael Sammon, sales and marketing director at Frontline Bathrooms

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