Traditional Or Modern?
Your first step is considering the direction in which you are taking your bathroom. Although many suppliers provide a range of luxury bathroom furniture to suit a variety of themes, most specialise in a particular type. Deciding on the specific look you are going for is an important first step. For example, a brand such as Duravit focuses on sleek lines and minimalist looks, whereas Victoria and Albert have more traditional, classic designs.
Shape And Size To Fit Your Bathroom
There is nothing worse than a bathroom that feels cramped and untidy because the bathroom furniture is too large. Likewise, a sparse and clinical bathroom with a dearth of furniture can be the opposite of the relaxing space you have hoped for.
It is important to take into account the size of the sink, shower, bath and toilet you intend to use in your bathroom, but make sure that your furniture isn’t just planned in afterwards. In order to ensure that your design is cohesive, you need to plan everything together to ensure that it fits and will look balanced.
How Much Storage Do You Need And What Do You Need It For?
Look isn’t the only thing that’s important when you’re choosing your bathroom furniture. You will also need to consider what you will use your furniture for – this will help to ensure that you create a streamlined, usable space that is unique to you and your needs.
Furniture from companies such as Utopia can be mixed and matched to create stunning storage even for small and oddly shaped bathrooms.
What Furniture Should You Consider?
There are many different types of luxury bathroom furniture. Some of the most useful are:
- Bathroom Vanity Units – these are cabinets that sit around the base of your sink and make use of the awkward space under your sink. Combined with a mirror above, they create a wonderful, useful space.
- Storage Cabinets – the size and number of these will depend on what you want to store in your bathroom. For example, if you intend to store your towels in your bathroom, you will need a greater number of cabinets.
- Bathroom Benches – these can create relaxing spaces where you can sit and dry off, whilst also incorporating storage in the seat area.
- Shelves – as well as providing storage, shelves can make an eyecatching, aesthetic area.
If You Need Help…
Here at Castle Tile & Bathroom Studio, we can help you with all elements of bathroom design, sourcing and fitting. We have been assisting the people of Cheshire and beyond with bespoke bathrooms for 41 years. You can contact us today.