BathEmpire’s Latest Products Feature Hot Bathroom Trends
This year, the product development experts at BathEmpire have gone out of their way to combine top bathroom trends of 2016 (as reported by Forbes, Houzz, Pinterest and Style at Home) to present you with a product range that is fancy, functional and extremely affordable.
It does not matter whether you’re searching for something with a modern or vintage touch, minimalism or bold. The online bathroom retailer offers best value items that will work exceptionally with any kind of bathroom.
Therefore, it would be worth taking a look at their bathroom fittings if you are considering restyling your cloakroom, ensuite, or any other bathroom in your home.
It’s All about That Space!
BathEmpire offers incredible space-saving vanity units allow you to create a bathroom setting that feels open and uncluttered. Their merchandising team has worked on their latest products to provide you with a pre-packaged selection of furniture bathroom suites and cloakroom suites.
This means you can buy a complete package including a toilet, built in basin and cabinet to slot effortlessly within any compact space you require. This provides you with better value for your money and avoids you the hassle of having to select each item individually. It truly is a bargain, as the packaged suites start from an incredible £99.99.
That’s not all. The options also consist of shower bath suites, straight bath suites, freestanding bath suites, traditional bath suites and shower enclosure suites. Following from that, Houzz reported that ‘Natural Beauty’ in the bathroom is expected to cause a stir in 2015.
This rustic element is subtly incorporated in the Avon, Severn, Austin ranges of oak and walnut bathroom cabinets that are also part of these space-saving designs.
Shades of Grey
An on-trend bathroom shade that has been carried forward from 2014 is the colour grey, as reported by Houzz and Barnes. BathEmpire incorporates this hue in their latest range of Oxford stone grey traditional bathroom furniture.
They’ve also featured it in their anthracite range of radiators, as well as their Denver range of modern bathroom furniture. Houzz suggests that ‘introducing slicks of white can cut through the moody hue’, which works perfectly, as this and the classic and contemporary bathroom furniture both come with built in basins.
For all the latest items and more, you can visit the website and take a look at BathEmpire’s complete range of bathroom fittings.