Looking for space-saving bathroom fittings for your small bathroom renovation?
With ON•TAP’s bathroom fittings, it’s easy to create the illusion of extra metres. The trick is in knowing which ones will take up the least amount of space or make it seem like there’s more. It’s all in the sink, toilet, shower and bathtub you choose. Here are some big renovation ideas for small bathrooms using fittings.
Scaling down on the size of your bathroom fittings can go a long way in a renovation. A pedestal, vessel or wall-hung sink is an ideal alternative to standard, space-hogging basins as they are generally smaller. ON•TAP’s Lecico Madison Round Basin is just one of their many pedestal sinks, while the Taormina basin of the same brand is one of their vessel sinks. Their Deca Basin L71 is a great wall-hung sink as it takes up little space and has a towel rail for extra storage! Clever space renovation ideas!
Wall-hung anything is good for saving on space. Whether it’s a sink or…a toilet. ON•TAP has a wide range of wall hung toilets, like their Lecico Madison WH Pan and Sydney WH Pan toilets. What makes this type of bathroom fitting a great space-saver is that their tanks lie hidden in the wall unlike standard toilets.
Now the biggest space-hoggers you’ll ever find in the bathroom is the shower and the bathtub. Unfortunately, these can’t be scaled down, but they can be cleverly designed and placed for the perfect renovation. A glass shower from ON•TAP creates the illusion of space by eliminating the visual barrier of a shower curtain. You can also install a recessed bathtub that is closer or is at floor level. This way the bathtub doesn’t look bulky. Another space renovation with bathroom fittings.