Due to the increase in residential apartment complexes across the UK, we are seeing a reduction in bathroom space as our homes become considerably smaller. Saneux has some standout furniture ranges that help maximise the bathroom area whilst providing great storage solutions. These latest space-saving options are simply executed thanks to Saneux’s innovative design.

HYDE
The name already hints toward space-saving, and the HYDE collection of ceramics and furniture provides exactly that. The basin & vanity units encompass a very short projection which by default opens up the bathroom area so it doesn’t feel cramped.

The basins & units are available in 50x28cm, 55x37cm and 70x37cm in 1 & 2 drawer wall-mounted options which give the illusion of more space and floor-standing furniture is also available in the smaller size. In addition an additional recessed electric mirror cabinet fits snugly into the wall, and when it is opened, has plenty of shelving to store a vast amount of toiletries.

Saneux Hyde space- saving
Saneux HYDE

AIR
Similar to HYDE, the AIR range goes one step further in that it features short-projection toilets alongside space-saving furniture. The rimless close coupled WC has a compact 630mm projection, typically shorter than the average close coupled toilet, and the rimless back to wall WC boasts a minimal 500mm projection. Both of these toilets help to save floor space and are perfectly suited to cloakroom bathrooms. The basins & furniture also work in small bathrooms as the 40cm, 60cm, and 80cm sizes are all 35cm projections in Saneux’s wall-mounted and floor-standing configurations.

Saneux Air Space saving
Saneux AIR

Both the HYDE and AIR basins have been designed to include plenty of ledge space to allow users to display soaps and lotions. And, despite its compact dimension, Saneux has built in the added bonus of deep bowls to prevent splashing.

View the HYDE collection here: https://saneux.com/product-category/hyde/

View the AIR collection here: https://saneux.com/product-category/air/

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