On average we Britons have the smallest bathrooms in Europe, and with more first-time “starter” homes and flats being built with tight bathroom space this trend will only continue. That’s why, when designing bathrooms, saving space and creating an illusion of spaciousness is key to architects and installers.
The Multikwik range of sanitary frames and slimline cisterns assist the design of small bathrooms in two ways. First, they can shave vital centimetres off the space required for plumbing. Second, by using wall-hung sanitaryware, it gives an uncluttered, clean look providing an airy feel to even the tightest bathroom or cloakroom.
As well as facilitating the installation of clean, modern sanitaryware designs, Multikwik sanitary systems offer the opportunity to hide many obtrusive and unsightly pipes and fittings. Each module is supplied pre-assembled, making it straightforward to install.
In addition, Multikwik can offer specifiers a range of compact, space-saving cistern options that are so slimline that they will give designers even more space to play with. The Proteus concealed cistern, for example, is among the smallest on the market. Recesses have been designed into its polystyrene body to ensure that connectors, buttons and cables can be positioned there, keeping the installation space required to a minimum.
For design and installation queries and space-saving tips, Multikwik’s team of plumbing design engineers can offer full technical advice and support.
Full details of the Multikwik range, along with comprehensive, downloadable literature, case studies, technical information and nearest stockist information, can be found on the company’s website or by calling 01622 852654.