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Bathroom functionality means comfort and efficiency

Bathroom functionality means comfort and efficiency

May 23, 2013

A recent trend in sanitary ware industry shows very clearly that customers are interested in functional and practical bathing rooms most of all. Sales figures speak for themselves when it comes to the number of efficient and functional bathroom solutions that have been sold over the last year. Therefore, let’s have a closer look at what it is that contributes to the functional aspect of a modern day bathroom.

These days we don’t hear very often about innovations and spectacular new technologies that emerge in the sanitary ware industry. Instead, what we have experience is growing refinement of those products that have really been around for decades. Little wonder, then, there are increasing numbers of people interested in having a functional bathroom that would be easy to use on a daily basis. What’s more, it also appears that functionality these days means efficiency and comfort which is why so many customers are willing to choose exactly these bathroom solutions.

The times of comfort

The sanitary ware industry isn’t the only market branch which begins to be all about a comfortable experience. Precisely the same principle applies to a majority of other industries as well. Speaking of bathroom products, though, it must be borne in mind that a comfortable experience available on a daily basis has a very special meaning. Customers pre3D_Shot_3_Hydr8_whitefer their bathroom to be very useful and practical. For instance, then, a practical bathroom should be pretty spacious in order to give enough room for all the sanitary ware items as well as for pieces of bathroom furniture. Sadly, not all bathing rooms are roomy and spacious which makes their owners think outside the box. First of all, all major bathroom companies offer space efficient products which are capable of turning a relatively small and cramped room into a very functional and practical bathing room. However, sometimes it might be necessary to compromise the pleasant experience of a bathtub in favour of a more humble shower enclosure. It is estimated that fitting a showering unit instead of a bathtub saves up to 30% of your bathroom area. At this point it is worth mentioning that a showering unit also contributes to energy efficiency. Unlike a typical bathtub which is known for using a whole lot of water, a showering unit offers much lower water usage due to the fact that there’s simply no cistern that needs filling up. The water efficiency continues with compact toilets with a 2-stage flushing system. The system in question actually gives the user a full control over the amount of water that is dumped every time the toilet’s been used.


A functional bathroom these days means a bathroom which doesn’t pose any problem and it’s easy to use on a daily basis.

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