12 August 2010
There has never been a better time to invest in a bathroom suite. Buying a matching bath, basin and toilet as a set can give your bathroom a sense of continuity and style that you risk losing if you purchase individual items.Bathroom suites come tailored to all sorts of different stylistic and space preferences and requirements, so you can be sure that the perfect one for your bathroom is out there somewhere.
When buying individual items of bathroom furniture, you run the risk of purchasing items which might not have the same air of consistency and co-ordination that a bathroom suite can guarantee you. Rather than hoping the items will go together, you can rest assured that they were designed to go together. However, this does not mean that you can simply assume any suite will suit your bathroom.
Giving some thought to what you want your bathroom style to be means giving some thought as to what type of suite you want. Fortunately, there are enough different suites to cater for any style from modern to traditional. And there’s no point in having a traditional bathroom if the rest of your house is ultra modern, so it is worth making sure your entire bathroom theme in keeping with the rest of your home.
You can even find bathroom suites specifically designed for smaller or larger bathrooms, meaning that investing in a bathroom suite appropriate to the size of your bathroom will save you having to seek out similar sized items of bathroom furniture in similar styles.
It is still a common misconception that buying all the individual pieces of a bathroom set separately will be cheaper than buying an entire suite. But as bathroom suites become more common, this is becoming less and less so.
You can find bathroom suites for any price range and for any style, from cheap, basic ones to designer sets.
Unless you are deliberately trying to create a sense of pandemonium in your bathroom by buying different pieces from different styles, investing in a bathroom suite is a great idea. If you are installing new bathroom items in a property you rent out, bathroom suites are more likely to appeal to a wider range of tenants too.
Of course, if you are just looking to replace an existing item, buying an entire suite might be a little over the top, but as far as total bathroom renovation or installation goes, you cannot go wrong with the benefits an entire bathroom suite offers.
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