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Furniture Buyer's Guide

Bathroom furniture is a great way of opening up extra storage room in your bathroom suite. From petite vanity units to larger bathroom cabinets, there are options to suit bathrooms of every size, style, and shape. If you’re looking to conceal your pipework, or create a dynamic feature in your bathroom, you can find something to suit your every need. This guide should tell you everything you need to know, and point you in the direction of the perfect furniture for your space.

I want to know everything about... bathroom worktops

For all those every-day essentials that you need within easy reach, a quality worktop can be the perfect finishing touch to your furniture units. Ideal for housing toothbrushes, soap, and face towels, this gives you a vital surface to help you maximise the space in your bathroom.

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How can I increase the storage in my bathroom?

A bathroom refit can involve a lot of planning. Everything from layout to style and size of your sanitary ware and bathroom fittings needs to be considered. Another aspect of bathroom planning is storage. This is can be problematic in small bathrooms and disruptive to designs for minimalist, contemporary and traditional style bathrooms. 

 

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Is furniture a good idea for a bathroom?

The average bathroom is home to so many different bits and bobs that creating storage space is not only sensible, but necessary. Bathroom storage can be incredibly attractive, even as a feature piece in your bathroom suite, as well as being practical and space-saving. There are many different options available, so whatever your bathroom shape, size or style, there will be furniture to suit it.

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MDF or wooden?

There are so many different things to consider when choosing bathroom storage units that it can be difficult to know where to start. One choice you’ll need to make early on is which material you prefer for your bathroom furniture; two of the most popular options are MDF (Medium-density fibreboard) and wood. There are slightly different properties between these, but this quick guide should help you discover which one is right for you.

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Freestanding or fitted?

If you’re looking to maximise the amount of storage space in your bathroom suite, a cabinet or storage unit is an ideal solution. Depending on how much floor space you have available, you can opt for a freestanding or a fitted storage unit, and these come in a number of styles and sizes so you can find one to complement your bathroom suite perfectly.

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Traditional or contemporary?

Traditional and contemporary are two of the most popular styles of bathroom suites available. One harks back to a bygone era, with lines and cuts reminiscent of the Victorians, and the other combines sharp lines and soft curves to create something minimal, sleek, and modern.

 

 

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What colour should I choose for my bathroom furniture?

From pure, glossy white to bold, statement shades, there are many different options in terms of which colours to choose for your bathroom furniture. Whichever colour you pick will have to work well with the rest of the suite – you will have to evaluate how the colour interacts within the space, featuring alongside tiles, wall colour and even the different materials. 

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I want to know everything about... vanity units

Having a vanity unit in your bathroom can be a really effective way of saving space as well as creating extra storage room. They are available in a number of sizes and shapes, which means that there is one to suit any bathroom suite, no matter how much space you have to work with. They most frequently come with a basin (either fully or semi-inset), so you can combine a bathroom necessity with the luxury of extra storage. It can be tricky figuring out which option is best for you, but this article should help you make the choice.

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I want to know everything about... toilet units

For many people, having the toilet cistern and pipes all exposed seems unsightly. A quick and easy solution to this is having a toilet unit fitted. This conceals the entire toilet, except for the bowl itself and creates a sleek finish which fits neatly against the wall. 

 

 

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