Finding bathroom furniture for cloakrooms can be difficult, as you’re often working with a quite a small space. Many people think they have to sacrifice style for practicality when designing a cloakroom, but with Atlanta this isn’t the case. In this blog, we’ve put together a few tips for how you can utilise each of our bathroom furniture styles to create a designer cloakroom!
Fitted – Lots of our fitted units come in a slimline depth of around 250mm. These reduced depth units still keep the same functionality as regular units, but provide more space in the room. Units in a light finish will reflect light around the room, making it seem more open and spacious. A great range for bathroom furniture for cloakrooms is Grip. The sleek handless design and a White Gloss finish provide a clean and sleek style, perfect for small spaces. Try a WC unit and a basin unit with doors and a sit-on slimline Breeze basin. If you need extra storage, wall hung units are a great way of providing more room without taking up floor space.
Modular – Scale is a great choice for modular units in a small space. The basin unit has a slimline depth of just 270mm, but still has a very distinct style. The slimline sit on basin comes included and has a diagonal geometric design, bringing something extra to a small room and proving that bathroom furniture for cloakrooms can still be modern and on trend! This unit is available floor standing, or wall hung which would provide more floor space and make the room seem bigger. Scale is available in three woodgrain finishes and White Gloss, all four of which would create a stylish look perfect for a cloakroom.
Another great range that could be perfect as bathroom furniture for cloakrooms is Form. Form has a simple but stylish design, and comes in a wider range of finishes. Choose from four woodgrain finishes ranging from light to dark, as well as White Gloss, Cool Grey and Graphite Lucido.
Classic – Alternatively, you could create a traditional look in your cloakroom, which can often be nice and cosy for a small space. If you’ve got quite a spacious cloakroom, try a Classic basin unit combined with a WC unit to create a mini run of furniture. However, if the space is tight try a close coupled toilet. This keeps the traditional style, takes up less space and is easy to install.
So if you’re looking for bathroom furniture for cloakrooms and are thinking it won’t be attractive or sophisticated, have a look at our brochure – it’s sure to change your mind!