Fitted Bathroom Furniture
01 July 2010
How to improve your bathroom with fitted modular furnitureRather than just being filled with a collection of individual items, fitted furniture bathrooms feature furniture which is integrated into the bathroom design. Having a bathroom with fitted furniture allows for far more space by using it more effectively. You can fit sinks onto cabinets, allowing for storage space, mirrors and such, or you can install a back to wall toilet which hides the cistern in another storage space. They provide a more traditional bathroom look, but lose nothing in sense of their practicality. Style If your bathroom furniture is going to flow together the way it should in an ideal fitted furniture bathroom, each individual item should have the same style. Unless you are attempting a very daring stylistic statement, you should avoid colour contrasts between individual items of furniture. The toilet should ideally be the say colour as the sink, and perhaps even the same colour as the tiles or cabinets. Light colours are better than darker ones for creating a feeling of spaciousness, and unless your bathroom has plenty of floor space already, you should be opting for spaciousness as much as possible. Fitting As the individual items need to be fitted perfectly together, you should not attempt to install fitted furniture yourself unless you have a good understanding of the process. If you plan to fit a sink to a cabinet, there are a great many aspects for you to consider before you start, and should you neglect even one of these aspects, you could end up with a crudely fitted sink which affects the entire feel of your bathroom. Professional installation will ensure the fullest sense of symmetry and style that your fitted furniture bathroom is capable of. Cost Depending on the current state of your bathroom, the cost of installing a fitted furniture bathroom can vary. Installation alone can cost a large amount, not to mention the cost of the individual items of furniture. You can save a lot of money if you know how to install items properly yourself, but you should only attempt this if you feel confident that you are capable of doing so. Buying a set of items is often slightly cheaper than buying different individual items, and ensures a sense of continuity in style and colour. Whatever the cost, investing in fitted bathroom furniture is one of the most effective ways of maximising the space of your bathroom. Giles and the team at http://www.livinghouse.co.uk can help you with so much more than just your bathroom. They have a great deal of expertise in flooring and a great range of wooden and stone flooring.
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