Thursday, 22 September 2016

How to Maximise Space in Smaller Bathrooms

Craving more space in your master, guest or loft bathroom? Having a small bathroom doesn’t mean you have to compromise on having a ‘wow’ bathroom.

At European Bathrooms, we have over 20 years’ experience in making clients’ dream bathrooms a reality. Here are four ways to transform your smallest room into the biggest room:  
Plan your small bathroom layout – Careful planning is vital when it comes to creating a bathroom that looks amazing and maximises every inch of available space.

Firstly note down the measurements of walls, ceiling height, doors, windows and any recesses, along with the location of plumbing and electrical fittings, such as water pipes, waste connectors, radiators and extractor fans or wall vent systems.   

Then log on to our free 3D design tool to start planning your ideal bathroom layout.  

To make the most of a compact bathroom, it’s important to be aware of the minimum clearances required to ensure all elements of your bathroom fit and function as they should. For example, to optimise floor space it’s recommended to allow sufficient space from the front edge of units, such as your bath, toilet and wash basin, to any opposite unit.