Fitted bathroom furniture can bring some serious storage benefits to a bathroom. Stylish fitted cupboards will streamline your room, decluttering and saving space for a more modern look.
Plus, fitted bathroom furniture works well in both small and large bathrooms, meaning everyone can achieve this look. For smaller rooms, choose wisely to create a feeling of space. All-white fittings, with glossy white walls and tiled flooring will achieve a light and airy feeling in the bathroom. Similarly, light pine fittings can add a traditional touch and give a feeling of open space in a small room.
If you’re lucky enough to have a big bathroom, you can afford to be bold with your design, helping to create a luxury bathroom feel. Deep colours will warm the room, so choose opulent red to give your bathroom a glamorous makeover, or stick to more traditional blue walls and grey fittings, breaking up the block colour with well-placed soft furnishings.
Whatever you choose, it’s so easy to shake up your bathroom with something new: If you opt for traditional, plain white fitted furniture, contemporary coloured walls will update your bathroom with a more stylish feel. A mix of clean white fittings and luxe wood will give your bathroom the ultimate hotel chic makeover, which will look great in any size room. Fitted bathrooms are also a great way to get more for your money if you need a rather cheap bathroom.
Plus, clever tricks and tips mean that even small rooms can get away with big design features. Opt for plinth-free cupboards in any finish, to give a feeling of more floor space, or mix bright colour with brilliant white fittings to give the illusion of a bigger room – and still achieve the desired result.
These cupboards have a distinctive woodgrain pattern, and the lack of plinth leaves more floor space on show making the room seem bigger.
Sentia Amati Walnut, from £155, JJO.
Add a traditional touch to a contemporary bathroom with these paneled doors. The pale wood-effect finish works well in smaller bathrooms.
Malvern, from £130, Atlanta Bathrooms.
This smart, solid-wood and wood-veneered furniture is designed and made to fit your available space and storage needs exactly.
Metro, from £511, Goodwood Bathrooms.
This beech-effect look keeps the scheme feeling light and modern, and you can specify any sanitaryware to go with the fitted furniture.
Venus, from £150, William Ball.
Simple and classic, this would suit a traditional scheme – break up the expanse of white with wicker baskets on open shelves.
Aegean Whitegrain, from £259, Mereaway Bathrooms.
The latte tone looks warmer than pure white, and works beautifully with the wood-effect end panels and plinths.
Farini, from £173, Shades.
These panelled doors will suit both modern and more traditional bathroom schemes.
Hanover, from £174, Montrose Furniture.
They’re not for the colour shy, but these glossy burgundy doors on an oak-veneer plinth will add glamour.
Claudia Burgundy, from £165, Utopia.
These white doors and wood-effect cabinet frames and plinths give the ultimate hotel-chic look.
Artic White, from £193, Venetian Bathrooms.