Bathroom furniture is now a key consideration for most domestic bathrooms where todays storage requirements need to be met. The starting point is generally the basin unit. The installation and plumbing needs will determine the type of basin unit and additional furniture requirements. Floor standing options are best suited to conceal pipework that comes through the floor. Where plumbing is channeled into the wall then wall hung options give the illusion of space. Soft close features on doors and drawers are standard and choice on finishes can offer warmth or texture to an otherwise often stark and sterile environment.
An alternative option to the traditional ceramic pedestal is the use of a furniture basin unit. A variety of options are available dependent on the basin or storage requirement as well as...
A WC unit typically houses a dual flush concealed cistern. Back to wall and wall hung WCs can be used with the units. The use of support brackets are needed inside the unit when using wall...
Additional storage in the bathroom often comes in the form of column units and mirror cabinets. Height and widths vary dependent on the space available.
Mirrors generally sit above the basin unit, so width of mirrors will often link to the basin width. LED lights and anti-steam technology is becoming common place in bathroom mirrors
Worktops are used on top of basin units and WC Units. A basin unit worktop will often be pre-cut or need to be cut using a basin template to suit chosen basin.
Handles and lighting to bring a touch of class to furniture/bathroom cabinets especially those that don't have an intergral handles or aren't push to open/close