CHOOSING THE RIGHT BASIN UNIT OR WALL MOUNTED BASIN FOR A SMALL BATHROOM...

CHOOSING THE RIGHT BASIN UNIT OR WALL MOUNTED BASIN FOR A SMALL BATHROOM...

If you’ve got a bathroom that’s a little limited on space, then don’t worry. In fact, it’s a common problem here in the UK, given that most bathrooms tend to be a bit on the small side. Wall Hung Cloakroom Bathroom Basins and compact modern wall hung vanity units are specifically designed for en-suites, bathrooms, and downstairs toilets with limited space.

When shopping for a new basin you’ll find that most styles are available in compact sizes to suit small cloakrooms and bathrooms. Bathroom basins are available with a full pedestal, semi pedestal, or are floating bathroom sinks with a bottle trap.

 

Thankfully, there are a number of tips and tricks to get the most out of your space.

 

HOW MUCH SPACE DO YOU HAVE?

We can give you all sorts of advice when it comes to choosing stuff for your bathroom, but if we had to give you just one, it would be to measure your bathroom before you do anything else. If you’re looking for a new basin unit for your bathroom, but you’re not really sure where to start, check out the category of wall hung bathroom basins and modern or traditional floor-standing vanity units with basin from bene bathrooms.

Cloakroom bathroom basin and vanity units available at bene bathrooms

LOVE THOSE CORNERS

Don’t save your bathroom corner for a potted plant or laundry basket. If you’re really pushed for space, then a right-angle corner is the perfect spot for a space-saving basin vanity unit. A corner cloakroom basin features flat edges that sit at a right angle with a third edge curving outwards, which creates a stylish and highly practical way to maximize space. Rectangular basins provide another way to save space, they are ideal for fitting into the corner, and some even feature a handy towel rail.

MAXIMISING SPACE WITH A SMALL BATHROOM BASIN

As we’ve said before (and we’ll probably say again) don’t let your limited space limit your design. In fact, you can really push the boat out and go for a totally new look by fitting a wall hung basin with a bottle trap instead of a floor-standing basin vanity unit.

cloakroom basin and basin unit at bene bathrooms

Re-modeling any bathroom takes a lot of careful planning, but smaller bathrooms have their own set of challenges with space being so limited. With a bit of creative thinking and some forward planning, you’ll certainly find the right basin or basin unit for space.

 

Whatever your tastes, you can be sure you won’t have any trouble finding a bathroom basin that fits neatly into your small bathroom or cloakroom without overwhelming the space at bene bathrooms.

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