Add Extra Value to your Home with a Stylish En-suite

A new en-suite provides a great way to create an extra bathroom, which not only helps to free up the family bathroom on those busy week-day mornings, but can help to add extra value to your home and make it more attractive to any potential buyers if you wish to sell in the future.

If planned and designed well an en-suite can be fitted into the smallest of spaces and you really don’t need a lot of room to install a shower enclosure, toilet and sink.


When creating a new en-suite bathroom make sure to have the best possible layout, and measure the room accurately and check your measurements again and again. Choosing the right style of bathroom products will help you to maximise the space in your small en-suite and make the room appear bigger. It can be a challenge deciding where to install the shower enclosure, toilet and sink, but by leaving enough room around each item you can create your ideal en-suite bathroom.

Shower enclosures

When choosing a shower enclosure consider opting for a quadrant enclosure which is ideal for creating more floor space as it features a curved front and fits right into the corner of the room; choose one with sliding doors to save even more space.

If you want to create a more open plan feel, how about creating a wetroom style environment? This way you can create the shower area to whatever size you require as you are not limited to the size of a shower tray. A wetroom glass screen protects everything in the en-suite from getting covered in water every time you shower.

Wall-mounted pottery

Wall-hung basins and toilets are a great choice for an en-suite bathroom as they provide maximum floor space and create a clean, modern look. Having somewhere to store your bathroom essentials out of sight will create organisation and make the room feel more spacious. A vanity unit or bathroom cabinet provides you with a place to keep your toiletries hidden away.

Stylish taps

To complete the look of your en-suite choose sleek taps and a shower to keep with the minimal styling. Also, a heated towel rail will give you somewhere to place your towel and provide you with a warm and cosy en-suite.


Categories: Interior Design
Liz :Liz has a passion for home decor, interior design and renovation projects.
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