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smaller bathrooms

Inspired small bathroom design means thinking about what you want to achieve with the space you have, and making that vision a reality - working with your space to spot the opportunities that exist within a compact bathroom. To help you open up the flow of tight bathroom space, opting for a wall-hung basin without a pedestal, coupled with a wall-hung WC with a concealed cistern, will create the illusion of a bigger space through clean lines and efficient design.

Decadent grandeur doesn't necessarily demand acres of space. Traditional slipper baths for instance, are typically 1600mm in length - a cosy companion to complement stately appeal. Matching the slipper bath with a snug Victorian-style mixer, and a compact white and chrome towel radiator, can enhance traditional character even more.

For showering, the curved design means you can avoid eating into valuable floor space; achieving a separate shower space. Alternatively, combine your shower and bathing zone in a single area with iflo's showerbath range. Coupled with a bath screen that folds in on itself, you can completely avoid making any contact with nearby units - enhancing the illusion of space.

To really get the most out of a small bathroom, iflo range of bathroom cabinets, sleek and stylish monobloc mixer taps, slimline cupboards, and vanity units that turn the space under a basin into a valuable storage area. Each is tailor made to help you create your perfect bathroom, no matter its size. 



HOW TO USE CORNERS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE WHEN STYLING A SMALL BATHROOM SPACE

If you're working with a small bathroom space, perhaps with sloping ceilings and one or more recessed areas, you are certainly not alone. 

SMALL BATHROOM IDEAS: BATHROOM DESIGN BASICS

Transforming a small, spare room into a bathroom is a common fixture in households up and down the country: it can add value to your house, and improve everyday living standards. 



For advice on layout, information on specific products, or simply for a supportive ear as you make your ideas a reality, head to your local Bathroom Showroom or Travis Perkins branch and speak to iflo's experts.