When installing fitted bathroom furniture the furniture is usually designed to be one solid piece made up of different types of unit. However, you can opt for a full fitted setup on one side of the bathroom, and use additional matching units to create a striking visual effect elsewhere in the bathroom. So what are the options for using multiple units for a fitted bathroom?
What are the options when using multiple units for fitted bathroom furniture?
There are several effective options for adding multiple fitted bathroom furniture units to your space, and these include:
- Using a separate vanity sink unit with units- by installing fitted bathroom furniture on one side of a medium or large bathroom and then a separate unit with sink and storage on the other can help to create a stylish and cohesive bathroom space. This creates balance in the bathroom and prevents one side of the bathroom being too visually cumbersome, instead spreading the furniture around the available space. The addition of a sink to the secondary fitted bathroom. Unit can also mean this is a practical space allowing both areas of furniture to be functional.
- Using a tall unit with additional smaller units- much like the option of installing fitted bathroom furniture with a sink on the opposite side of the bathroom, installing one with tall ceiling height cabinets in contrast to the opposite fitted bathroom furniture can be very effective. This adds usable and practical storage and can be combined with shorter units to create a bathroom that is stylish and balanced.
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. Or why not take a look at our range of bathrooms, and fitted bathroom furniture online?