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BATHROOMFURNITURE


The importance of high quality bathroom storage


I


believe that every bathroom should be designed with hardworking furniture


and storage solutions, as a bathroom that is clear of clutter will look more attractive, be even more relaxing and ultimately, ensure everything remains organized and in its place. With that in mind, recommending high functioning furniture that looks amazing and optimises both storage capacity and organisation of essential wares, will ensure a happy client and well-considered bathroom scheme. Wall-hung vanities are often the way to go as


Comment by James Stevenson Creative Director, Imperial Bathrooms


they can offer a practical solution that doesn’t impose on the surroundings, and corner vanities can be a godsend when you’re faced with a tight space that has the added complication of being awkward in shape. As a starting point, make sure the overall dimensions do not overcrowd the size and


shape of the bathroom you’re working with, as this will ensure there is space to open and close cupboard doors as well as create free passage to move around the room. When it comes to style, traditional vanity units continue to remain a popular choice with current trends celebrating the beauty of handcrafted wooden furniture with rich, period-style detailing. Whether your customer opts for a classic floor-standing option or wall-hung cabinet, try not to think about the unit in isolation but instead, how it will occupy the space and enhance the determined layout.


From a design perspective, there are a host of


practical benefits to a vanity unit with the first being that it hides unsightly pipework in a way that perhaps a basin stand might not. However, the biggest advantage is that it provides plenty of valuable storage space whilst remaining a hero feature in the bathroom.


Imperial Bathrooms Carlyon Thurlestone offset vanity unit A


striking alternative to the traditional ceramic pedestal or basin


stand, the collection of Carlyon Thurlestone furniture by Imperial Bathrooms is designed in a range of fine solid wood options like Natural Oak and Wenge, along with rich hand- oiled finishes in dark and light oak. Combining proud tradition with the latest technology, the company is able to introduce subtle refinement throughout this entire collection including added benefits like soft-close door hinges and mirror options with


LED IP44 rated down lighters and anti- mist panels. The featured Carlyon Thurlestone offset vanity


unit is shown as a left hand arrangement with quality Natural Oak top and hand-painted Rosedale White finish. Eight in total, other painted options include the popular Moseley Blue and Henley Blue finishes, through to more neutral shades like Cream Haze and Grey Ecru. Flexible by design, this vanity unit is wall-hung and can be installed independently just like the pictured offset unit in Stoneywell Slate or fitted straight into a corner, which is a great way to maximise storage when space is limited.


Designed for use with the Carlyon large basin measuring 715mm, the Carlyon Thurlestone offset vanity unit is featured in the new 2020/2021 Brochure by Imperial Bathrooms and is available now. Please contact Imperial Bathrooms for further product information and design advice.


0870 606 1623 www.imperialbathrooms.com


36 BKU NOVEMBER 2020


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