Before buying a bathroom suite, consider the rest of décor and overall look and feel of the complete room. Below we have showcased series of bathroom suites from different manufacturers, and as these sets come in different sizes, it must be purchased depending on the size of your bathroom.
Together or Separate?
Generally, it's a better idea to buy all the elements of your bathroom fittings in one package. The reasons are simple, this saves money, effort and time and you'll be sure that everything matches, complement the entire room and is compatible
Size and Configuration
You'll need to carefully measure your bathroom to ensure that the pieces of your bathroom suite fit perfectly. Don't forget that you're going to have to leave space around the sink and toilet, as well as in front of the bath. And if you're going for a fitted shower, you may need to leave room for the shower door to open too. You also need to think about the elements that you need. A sink and toilet are essential, but a bath isn't always. If your family doesn't often use the tub and prefer shower, then you might want to think about the investment, omitting the bath altogether and going for a walk in shower instead, or if you have a small bathroom space, then opting for a corner shower cubicle, would be better decision.
Style and Colour
Bathroom Suites nowadays come in a wide range of different styles and colours. While it may be fashionable now to go for a bright coloured suite, it's worth remembering that styles change quickly, and a bathroom suite is generally a long term investment. It's usually a better idea to get a white, simple bathroom suite that will stand the test of time. You can always accessorise your bathroom with on trend tiles and décor to personalise it. These changes may be easier to change over time than reinstalling a whole new bathroom suite.