The bathroom, alongside the kitchen, is one of the most hardworking spaces in the house. It is in use multiple times every day and as a result, needs to be tough to withstand it. The bathroom also needs to do a number of jobs from the showering and bathing to the washing and toilet as well as offering storage for all those toiletries and cleaning products. So how do you make the most of your bathroom, regardless of its size?
Look at the essentials
First step is to assess the things you absolutely need in your bathroom. For most people this would be the bath and shower, the sink and the toilet. Do you want to stick with something along the lines of what you already have or change the style?
For example, freestanding baths are really popular but do need more room than a normal bath, which will stand against two walls and use a corner of the room. You may decide to opt for a shower cubicle as well as or in place of the bath, depending on your use of the room.
Sinks have come a long way in the last few years and are no longer the awkward, space wasters they were before. Basins and bowls have joined the traditional sink and offer ways to combine the washing element with storage to make the most of a small bathroom.
Toilets likewise have evolved and there are now corner styles that take up less room. While traditional styles are still available, wall hung toilets are a popular minimalist choice that don’t have the large tank above the seat area.
Look for companies that offer the latest innovations in bathroom fixtures and fittings to get the most from your room and create the best look. Companies such as Dornbracht Fixtures offer a wide range of bathroom essentials, allowing you to do a one-stop shop and find everything you need in one place.