Adding an en-suite bathroom to your home can bring a range of advantages, including practical benefits and increasing the value of your home. But what are the essential features for an en-suite bathroom? And how can you get the most out of your en-suite bathroom? Well, here at RWM Plumbing and Gas, we are leading bathroom design experts. From accessible bathrooms to wet-rooms and luxury bathrooms, we are the team you can count on. As a result, we have produced this guide to the important fixtures in any en-suite bathroom.
What are the important design features for an en-suite bathroom?
In any en-suite bathroom there are some key features to consider including. These include:
- Space saving fixtures- typically an en-suite bathroom is a small space. Using space saving fixtures like a space saving toilet, can help to increase the amount of available floor space, and increase the overall feeling of space. This could be achieved with a wall hung toilet, or a slimline sink and vanity unit.
- Storage space- any bathroom requires storage space for towels, cleaning products and toiletries, including an en-suite bathroom. This can be included through a vanity sink unit or kitchen cabinets. Choose slimline storage that will increase the amount of space available.
- The style- in a small space, the style of the bathroom is even more important. Make sure you match your colour scheme, tile choices, and fixtures to the style you want to create.
- Heating- adding a heated towel rail to your en-suite bathroom can be a good way to keep your bathroom warm. This will generally take up less space than a general radiator, and it can be used full length vertically along one wall to increase the heat output.
For more information or advice about designing an en-suite bathroom, get in touch with the experts today, here at RWM Plumbing and Gas.