If you want to create a contemporary bathroom, but you only have a small space to work in, then look no further. Here at Jenoli, we are experienced bathroom fitters, and we can help you create the perfect bathroom. In fact, just because your bathroom is small, doesn’t mean you should overlook design features. Contemporary bathrooms can be created regardless of size. As a result, we have produced this guide to contemporary but small bathroom design ideas.
The largest and the smallest bathrooms all have something in common. The fixtures. A toilet, sink, bath, and/or shower are usually to be found in any bathroom. While your bathroom might not be large enough for a bath, you still need to fit in a toilet, shower and sink, while meeting building regulations. Factoring in the contemporary design choices on top of this, designing your new bathroom can seem overwhelming. But here is a breakdown of the key aspects.
Using sliding doors on your shower option helps to save space in a small bathroom. Although legally you will still need a certain amount of floor space outside of the shower, you wont have to worry about space to open or close the shower door. For the contemporary feel, use contemporary tiling to create your shower enclosure, and use stainless steel fittings.
Contemporary toilets are available in a range of options. From the more familiar oval shape, to rectangular and squared shapes, your contemporary toilet can be as individual as your bathroom. Choosing a slimline toilet in a small bathroom is really a no-brainer. It will save space and leave more floor space available to meet building regulations. Again, make sure you opt for stainless steel flushes or buttons to support the contemporary design.
Compact sinks or vanity units
Finally, your sink can also be slimline in design. Choose a contemporary style sink, such as one with a rectangular or oblong shape and a mixer tap, and your sink will fit in with your theme, while also saving space.
If storage is a concern, why not opt for a vanity unit. With a sink built in, a vanity unit has a cupboard underneath, hiding any pipes and providing storage space for any products you might wish to store.
For more information or advice, or for your bathroom fitting, get in touch with the experts today, here at Jenoli.