Should Your Bathroom Fixtures Go On Your Walls?
For people who haven’t had Bowie bathroom remodeling done in a while, one of the new options you should think about if it’s time to revisit—or add—new bathrooms is having some of the fixtures wall-mounted instead. This has always been possible, but in the past, the technique was very expensive, so only the wealthy, or hospitality businesses like hotels could bear the cost.
Today, however, the costs have gone down, and there are a few good reasons why you may want to consider this option for your upcoming Bowie bathroom remodeling project.
It Saves Space
Perhaps one of the biggest immediate benefits is that wall-mounted fixtures provide a bit more space. This can be an important factor if you’re adding a new bathroom to a home, and you’re working with smaller, more confined “water closet” style spaces. A wall-mounted toilet means even the cistern isn’t visible, tucked away behind the wall. The same is true for wall-mounted sinks, creating more space that gives more room in smaller bathroom floor plans.
Another benefit that makes wall-mounted toilets and faucets a popular choice is that they provide a distinctive look for these bathroom spaces. There is nothing classical about the way wall-mounted fixtures cut the space in a bathroom. So if you’re looking for something with a more cutting edge, modern look to it, to distinguish your home, wall-mounted fixtures will do this for you.
Another feature that many homeowners love about wall-mounted fixtures is that you can choose the height! Unlike standard toilets, sinks, and faucets that all come at a standard height you have to live with, wall-mounted units can be positioned at what is the ideal height for you. If you’ve always found traditional fixtures a little too low or high, with a wall-mounted option, you can get it exactly right.