Cloakrooms, small to medium sized bathrooms or large master bathroom suites; being economical with space can go a long way in achieving the overall desired look and feel to a dream bathroom. Unless you’re living in Wayne Manor where space is a luxury, chances are you’ll be looking to add storage facilities of some kind to your bathroom. It doesn’t take long for bathrooms to end up with towels on the floor and toiletries all over the place. Old habits die hard!

Which is why storage should be a priority in a compact bathroom as it holds the key to maximising space and allowing you to enjoy the comforts of your bathroom and fully utilise the rest of the space available. Whether you have a traditionally styled bathroom or an innovative contemporary layout, minimalist inspired storage units are a popular choice with homeowners as they amplify the perception of space but also provide a practicality and a captivating aesthetic.

The cleanliness of a bathroom will leave a lasting impression!

Maximising bathroom space is as much about what you put into your bathroom than what you take out. Wall-mounted and countertop fixtures such as sit on bowls and countertop basins especially work well as they give you sufficient floor space and minimise the appearance of clutter.

Maximising bathroom space goes beyond installing furniture storage units. Be creative! Bathroom accessories such as heated towel rails (see Bauhaus range), the size and style of the bath or basin you install, incorporating a suitably sized bathroom mirrored cabinet, to the type of toilet you choose; these bathroom fixtures can play an important role in how you style your bathroom and make the most of the space available.

Tile Trial

An effective way to amplify space in your bathroom is by using matching floor and wall tiles. Its a clever and sophisticated way of maximising bathroom space and will provide a seamless and consistent appearance. Have you seen our collection of luxurious European Tiles?

No space for a shower? Add a bath screen and get the best of both worlds. It’s all about economising the space available to you. Be creative and be adventurous, and you’ll be on your way to building an idyllic bathroom haven.

Let your bathroom breathe!

Planning, consistency and flexibility are also key elements to consider. Have a vision and create it. Leave ample room for subtle changes to be made, AVOID suffocating your bathroom with endless fixtures and accessories. Remember: LESS is always MORE.

Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.