Fitted Bathroom Furniture
Bathrooms can look like an undesigned space when filled with many individual items that don’t match. By using fitted bathroom furniture, integrated into the design, your bathroom could look like that of a millionaire, or celebrity. The fact is that fitted bathroom furniture will result in more effective use of available space. Sinks can slot into cabinets, storage space behind mirrored doors, and a toilet with a cistern concealed in the wall all makes space and provides neat sharp lines. You still get your traditional bathroom and lose nothing with regard to practicality.
All new piping and pipe and tap relocation’s must be done by a licensed plumber such as J Sutton Plumbing.
To ensure a nice flow, then each individual element of the fitted bathroom furniture should all have the same style. Colour contrasts should be avoided unless you are looking for a total design statement. Toilet, sink, tiles and cabinets would look great if they are the same colour. Stick to light colours as they give the feeling of spaciousness. Unless of course your bathroom is already a palace size, you should be making it look as roomy as possible.
While an expert DIYer would probably attempt to do the job themselves, if you are not familiar with the process involved, it’s best left to a professional. Mistakes in the bathroom really stand out. Badly fitted sinks into cabinets, pipe joins showing behind fixtures and shower walls not put together properly will leak unforgivingly onto the outside floor. By using a professional plumbing company you’re sure to get the symmetry you hoped for and the finished product will make you far happier than a DIY mess.
J Sutton Plumbing and Gas Services have been doing this kind of thing for years. They have experienced tradesmen who can work as a team to transform your house and your bathroom in particular into what you had dreamed about.
The variations on your cost for a fitted bathroom will be as great as the size variations of the room and the style and value of the furniture you choose. The installation cost is additional to the cost of the individual items. As stated before, you can save a lot of money by doing the installations yourself, but unless you are very good and very confident it’s not worth the risk. Also, more savings can be found by buying a set of items rather than individual items. That way you will also get uniformity in colour and style.
Whichever way you decide to go, a fitted bathroom is a very effective way to upgrade and maximise space in that very important room in your home.