Modular bathroom furniture is becoming very popular in the space-challenged UK bathroom.

Space still remains at a premium for the majority of British bathrooms, en-suites and cloakrooms and bathroom furniture has really upped its game to offer flexible and fashion-led storage solutions. Modular furniture is perfect for the small bathroom and is proving to be a winner with many customers for a number of reasons.

In particular, compared to fitted units, installation is reduced, if not completely removed and even one statement piece can instantly update the room. Product development has come on leaps and bounds in the last few years, so the
wide choice of size options and configurations, combined with on-trend finishes and high quality fittings has made modular furniture as important as the sanitaryware itself.

Check out the Moods Eurostyle furniture range. Compact pieces, such as short 250mm projection wash stations, low w/c units and tall, slim 250mm width cupboards are all ideal for small spaces, redundant corners and awkward sized rooms.

The latest modular ranges are as well manufactured on the inside as they are on the outside and this is essential. Good quality cabinet construction and intelligent design, such as soft-close doors and drawers, in-frame hinges, colour coordinated carcases and clever use of internal storage, are key.



In addition as we are seeing a return to a more heritage look throughout the whole interiors market, some of the latest modular furniture ranges are going down the classic route, like the Moods painted furniture ranges in ivory and pistachio finishes!