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Tiny bathrooms made spacious

Every bathroom should be a beautiful use of space, no matter how big or small. With intelligent design, even the tiniest of cloakrooms, en suites and under stair toilets can be comfortable to use. Ideal Standard designs beautiful space-saving units that work together harmoniously – so you can create bathrooms that let you move freely, whatever their size.

Here are some ideas to help you make the best use of your space.

Add a shower enclosure

Install a shower enclosure rather than a bath to instantly save floor space. The curved edges and sliding doors of the Kubo Quadrant help streamline the room, whilst giving you plenty of space to move freely when showering.

A splash of colour

White is the traditional colour for creating the illusion of space, but colour can add warmth. Warm bathroom colours are a growing trend, reflected in the wide range of furniture finishes that are available in our ranges. Wood or colour gloss finishes can add interest and a sense of depth when combined with pristine white ceramics.

Use those corners

In compact spaces, using corners cleverly opens up valuable floor space. Choose from our wide range of different shapes and sized shower enclosures and corner toilets which allow freedom to move in the centre of the room. The innovative Connect Space range is designed for even the most awkward bathroom spaces.

Get savvy with your storage

Keep your bathroom looking clear and calm by finding a place for all your lotions and potions. Sleek vanity units can hide your clutter and create the illusion of space. And by choosing furniture with hidden storage space, like a Connect Space furniture, you can still have lots of storage without cupboards dominating your bathroom.

Compact solutions

For the really space-challenged, opt for a bathroom range designed specifically for smaller spaces, like the Connect Space range. Compactly designed yet beautifully functional toilets, washbasins, baths, shower baths and furniture can be combined to optimise your space, creating a bathroom that works around you.