Considerations for en-suite fitted bathroom furniture

Here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading bathroom design experts, and we help home owners and property developers choose bathrooms and fittings to suit their property every day. This includes fitted bathroom furniture. And this is our guide to everything you should consider when installing fitted bathroom furniture in an en-suite bathroom.

What are the important considerations for en-suite fitted bathroom furniture?

Adding fitted bathroom furniture to your en-suite can be a fantastic option. Not only does this help to provide ample storage space but it can also help to make the best use of the space available, around which you can add your bathroom fixtures for maximum practicality. But what should you consider when installing fitted bathroom furniture in the en-suite? Well, there are several considerations to take into account, including:

  • The colour of the cabinets- for any bathroom, getting the colour scheme right is incredibly important. When using fitted bathroom furniture, the colour of the cabinets themselves will be the prominent, predominant colour in the space and so it is essential to choose the right colour for your en-suite bathroom. From blues and greys, to more classic white cabinets, and even black or dark cabinets, there are a wide range of options to choose from.
  • The shape and layout- the shape and layout of the fitted bathroom furniture will determine how practical your bathroom space is and it is important to consider a range of factors, including floor space around the shower where applicable, as well as the positioning of bathroom fixtures themselves.

Here at Homematas we offer a wide variety of Calypso fitted bathroom furniture. This is high quality, stylish bathroom furniture that provides a high end, attractive finish to any bathroom space. For more information or advice get in touch with Preston’s bathroom experts today, here at Homematas. Or why not take a look at our range of bathrooms, and fitted bathroom furniture online?