When designing your en-suite bathroom, there are a range of choices to make. Your design choices will be dependent on a range of factors, including the size of the space, and the style you wish to create. But there are also practical choices too. Here at RWM Plumbing and Gas, we know how tricky it is to make sure you get the best results for your en-suite bathroom, or any other bathroom for that matter. As a result, we have produced this guide to the considerations for your en-suite bathroom.
Considerations for your en-suite bathroom
So what do you need to consider when designing and creating your new en-suite bathroom? Well, there are a variety of design decisions, and practical decisions to take into account. These include:
- The toilet- the toilet is a key addition to any en-suite, no matter how large or small the space is. In a smaller en-suite, you might want to consider a space saving toilet that will take up less room than a standard toilet. However, you should also consider the style of the fixtures, and make sure they match with your overall theme.
- The sink- the sink in the en-suite bathroom is another key feature. You could opt for a small basin that doesn’t take up much room, or even a wall hung option to keep the floor space open. A vanity cabinet is also a great option, as this includes built in storage underneath the basin unit which can be great for storing toiletries and cleaning products.
- 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.
For more information or advice about designing an en-suite bathroom, get in touch with the experts today, here at RWM Plumbing and Gas.