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A Buyers' Guide to Bathroom Furniture Coordinating Bath Panels Bath panels can be an easy and inexpensive means of updating your existing fitted bath and coordinating it with a set of new bathroom furniture. They also allow you to integrate a new bath with an existing scheme, or bring together your newly acquired fitted bath and fitted bathroom furniture in a harmonious manner. If you're planning to buy some bath panels, Wash Basin, you'll need to consider a couple of factors. One: the size and shape of the bath which the panels are required to fit. Two: your overall color scheme.

No matter whether your bath is small, standard sized, corner fitting, or an L or P shaped shower bath, you should have little difficulty in finding panels to fit. Bath panels are bought individually, depending on your specific requirements: a recess fitted bath would require only one single side panel, while a bath fitted in a corner would require a side panel and an end panel. You can buy panels that are height adjustable: they can be made to fit any height of bath within their specified height range. Finally, if you have a shower bath, L and P shaped panel designs are available specifically to fit your bath. You can buy bath panels to complement, match or contrast with a particular bathroom scheme. You'll need to choose between materials and finishes as well as picking your favourite design.


Panels can be cut or molded to form patterns of grooves or ridges that break up a plain surface, or they can be left plain. A variety of finishes are available, from high gloss white, to colored, to wood effect. Most suppliers will stock bath panels that match a particular bathroom furniture range, so that you can be sure when buying both that you'll achieve a coordinated finish throughout the bathroom. In terms of materials, bath panels can be manufactured from MDF with either a laminated, veneered, foil wrapped or vinyl wrapped finish, which will give you a solid, durable panel that can be very reasonably priced. Alternatively, you can opt for an acrylic design, which will be lighter and cheaper, and can be cut to size if this is required; acrylic does, however, have the disadvantage of being slightly less durable than MDF.

Aquant India has various kinds Designer Bath Room Fittings, Ceramic Art Basins, Stone Pedestal Wash Basins, Stone Basins, Best Bathroom Fittings, Marble Basins and Table Top Wash Basin. Aquant has the largest range of imported Wash basins with over 150 designs. Click here to view the collection. So, if your bathroom suite is a simple white ceramic with pedestal basin and no bathroom furniture, a white acrylic panel is a no fuss option which will bring your fitted bath into harmony with the room very nicely. If you've bought some new dark wood bathroom furniture, on the other hand, try some MDF panels in a walnut or wenge veneer: both their color tone and their solidity will complement your furniture very well. And for a bathroom that's got high gloss white, fitted bathroom furniture, try opting for white laminate covered MDF bath panels.

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A Buyers' Guide to Bathroom Furniture - Coordinating Bath Panels  

Aquant India’s collection includes all kinds of Wash Basin Model – Table Top Wash Basin, Best Sanitary Ware, Wall Mounted Basins, Round Basi...

A Buyers' Guide to Bathroom Furniture - Coordinating Bath Panels  

Aquant India’s collection includes all kinds of Wash Basin Model – Table Top Wash Basin, Best Sanitary Ware, Wall Mounted Basins, Round Basi...

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