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Cloakroom Suites Buying Guide


As you'll be well aware, the suite is one of the most essential aspects of any bathroom. Sometimes though, it can be tough to choose just the right one to suit your needs. Do you go for something sleek and modern or elegant and classic? Then you have to take into consideration how much space you have to play with. If there isn't much room then it's time to consider fitting a cloakroom suite. The following guide will detail all the things you need to be aware of before making your decision.

How do cloakroom suites differ from regular ones?

The thing that separates cloakroom suites from other examples is their compact size. They look similar in style to their larger counterparts but they are often narrower or don't project away from the wall as much. This makes them absolutely ideal for en-suites and guest bathrooms as these are often much smaller than regular family settings. They are also a good choice if your bathroom happens to be an unusual or awkward shape as they can fit into tighter areas than other designs.

Do I have to sacrifice style for practicality?

Not at all! Many cloakroom suites are actually just slightly smaller versions of ordinary ones. Just because your bathroom is a bit smaller it doesn't mean that you have to compromise style in order to keep things functional.

There are plenty of modern and traditional options out there and they'll look amazing in a wide range of settings. Many of these packages feature wall hung basins to free up valuable space, with corner mounted designs being particularly popular. Whatever plan you have in your mind regarding how you want the room to look, you can still achieve it with one of these sets!

What else do I need?

Besides the cloakroom suite itself there are other things you're going to need. For example you need to think about what taps you're going to go for. As with toilets and basins, you can also get taps which are smaller in size than usual but that still keep things stylish. No matter if you want a modern waterfall look or a classic crosshead finish you'll be able to find what you're looking for with no issues.

Wastes are another thing you need to look at. These come in a good range of styles so you can coordinate them with your taps.

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