Wall Units – Elevating Bathroom Functionality and Aesthetics

Wall units contribute significantly to a well-organized bathroom, offering practical storage solutions while simultaneously enhancing the visual appeal of your space. Selecting the perfect wall unit can transform your bathroom into a more functional and visually pleasing environment.

Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 200mm Wall Unit - Light Grey Gloss TTSO2634
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Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 200mm Wall Unit - Matt Graphite Grey TTSO103362
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Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 200mm Wall Unit - Nebraska Oak TTSO2653
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Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 200mm Wall Unit - White Gloss TTSO2618
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Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 300mm Wall Unit - Light Grey Gloss TTSO2635
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Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 300mm Wall Unit - Matt Graphite Grey TTSO103363
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Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 300mm Wall Unit - Nebraska Oak TTSO2654
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Wall Unit Cadgwith Cove 300mm Wall Unit - White Gloss TTSO2619
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Wall Unit Church Cove 300mm 1 Door Wall Unit - Grey Ash TTSO96067
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Wall Unit Church Cove 300mm 1 Door Wall Unit - Indigo Ash TTSO96066
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Wall Unit Church Cove 300mm 1 Door Wall Unit - Matt Latte TTSO106174
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Wall Unit Church Cove 300mm 1 Door Wall Unit - Matt Sage Green TTSO106190
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Key Aspects to Consider When Selecting a Wall Unit for Your Bathroom

  • Sizing and dimensions: Assess the wall space available in your bathroom to identify the appropriate size and dimensions for the wall unit. Ensure that it fits comfortably without overwhelming the area or interfering with other fixtures.
  • Storage requirements: Keep your storage needs in mind when choosing a wall unit. Opt for one that provides ample shelves, compartments, or drawers to accommodate your bathroom necessities, such as towels, toiletries, and cleaning products.
  • Material selection and durability: Wall units can be crafted from a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and plastic. Choose a material that is long-lasting, easy to maintain, and resistant to moisture and humidity, guaranteeing durability in the bathroom setting.
  • Design considerations: Wall units come in a wide array of styles, ranging from classic to modern designs, and various finishes, such as gloss, matte, or textured. Pick a wall unit that complements your bathroom's overall design and color scheme to establish a harmonious appearance.
  • Installation process: Ensure that the wall unit you select can be securely installed and mounted on your bathroom wall. Some wall units may necessitate professional installation, whereas others can be mounted using a do-it-yourself approach.
  • Access and convenience: Choose a wall unit that allows easy access to your stored items, featuring doors or drawers that open and close with ease. Consider units with adjustable shelves for added versatility and customization to meet your unique storage needs.