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At UK Bathrooms we have bathroom furniture to suit every style. Whether you're looking for timeless classic, modern or something more traditional you’ll find the perfect bathroom units for you. Our range features premium brands at discounted prices, all hand picked for their reputation for design and build quality.
Choosing new bathroom furniture for your needs can seem bewildering at first so it helps to break the available choices down into types. Bathroom units - cabinets, cupboards and vanity units, can all be fitted, wall hung or freestanding. In terms of overall style, most items of bathroom furniture tend to fall into one of the following genres: traditional, contemporary or luxury.
Need help understanding your options? Read our buyers guide section below.
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Before looking at any products, consider what amount of storage you need for what type of items. Do you need space for enough towels for the whole family, or your extensive cosmetics collection … or both? It could be a mistake to underestimate your storage requirements, so a little planning here will be hugely beneficial.
You will need to take into account the size of your bathroom, it’s layout, the structure and materials of the walls, and plumbing requirements. Smaller but still essential details such as which way cupboard or drawers will open should be planned in. On top of this, work out your budget.
Freestanding furniture is easier to install and move, upgrade or update piece by piece, or mix and match colours and styles for eclectic character. It can give a retro/classic look to any room and offers more flexibility.
Having freestanding units can make a room look smaller, so if space is an issue this is a consideration. Safety needs to be ensured so any tall pieces cannot be tipped over.
Traditionally, most bathroom cabinets and mirrors were wall hung but now the term applies to vanity and sink units too. Taking these all off the floor will make the bathroom look larger, more modern and streamlined, so wall hung items are a great choice to maximise space. Cleaning underneath is an easier task too.
Positioning of plumbing inlets and drains, as well as wall type and material need to be considered. Consult an experienced builder if walls need to be strengthened.
Taking the lead from kitchens, fitted bathroom furniture brought new style to bathroom fashions. An excellent way of optimising space, fitted units can make use of otherwise wasted areas in a room. If you want a modern look teamed with simple maintenance and plenty of storage, consider fitted bathroom furniture.
Consider your layout, the direction of opening doors and drawers, and the suitability of wall areas for affixing fitted units.
When you need to use space wisely, slimline furniture is essential. This can be particularly relevant when a new bathroom is being created such as an en suite, or downstairs cloakroom, and every inch is required to fit in all the elements. Corner units can be a very good option here, as well as high wall units.
Whilst slimline furniture saves on space, it shouldn’t lose out on function - so ensure that your choices are still usable for all members of the family. A neutral colour scheme for the furniture, floors and walls gives the illusion of more space.
Colour and texture take the lead in modern contemporary bathroom furniture styling. Search for gloss finishes on cupboard and vanities, in white, on trend grey, and matt wood veneers with tactile curves or crisp square lines. Handles can be discreetly hidden or minimalist ... added all together these elements produce a very chic overall bang up-to-date look. Browse the beautiful collections from Crosswater, Keuco, Villeroy & Boch and Laufen.
Introduce enduring elegance to any bathroom by using traditionally styled furniture, which echoes classic shapes from the past to suit today’s homes. Hide the modern paraphernalia of daily life in bathroom furniture featuring enhanced detailing, gentle curves and lustrous textures. Traditional styling adds a timeless quality to a bathroom and works well in any age of building. A market leader in this style is Burlington who produce a comprehensive range; also look at Vitra, Imperial and Bayswater.
See our traditional bathroom furniture page.
For style without compromise, the luxury manufacturers offer customers pure indulgence. Using the best materials, often in neutral natural tones, superior technological advances, bespoke options and hand-finishing, a luxury bathroom is a sensual delight, often emulating the look achieved by high end hotels, boutique spas and modern property developers. Brands such as Keuco and Schneider take the quality of manufacture and design to the next level.