The Best New Fittings And Fixtures For Bathroom Renovations 

Are you planning to renovate your bathroom? If so, then you’ll want to know what new fittings and fixtures for bathroom renovations are the best to get right now. With that said, here are a few fittings and fixtures you should consider getting for your renovation. 

Single Vanity Sets

Single vanity sets are perfect for bathroom renovations, especially since they’re available in an array of materials and colors. They can easily and quickly transform the look of a bathroom. More importantly, you can buy single vanity sets that include a sink and cabinet handles. 

Key benefits of installing a brand new single set vanity set is it gives you space to store stuff into the cabinets. This includes bathroom essentials such as towels, toilet paper, toothbrushes and more. Single vanity sets come in handy for when you’re brushing your teeth, doing your makeup and more. 

Choose a vanity set that’s made with durable materials, such as wood and ceramic. Size matters too, so consider what you would likely be storing inside its cabinets or where exactly it will be installed in the bathroom. With so many options available, you’ll find a single vanity set that will be suitable for your project. 

Showers & Tubs

Bathtubs come in styles such as walk-in, freestanding and clawfoot to name a few. Each of those types come with their own set of unique benefits, such as clawfoot tubs allow you to lay back and relax in comfort. Walk-in tubs let users simply walk into their tubs and not have to step over the side, which can increase the risk of injury. Freestanding tubs typically have a feature that allow you to install it virtually anywhere in your bathroom, as well as being able to use the hose so you can shower yourself while you are seated in the tub. 

As for showers, there are lots of makes and models to choose from. From basic showers to more advanced ones, you have plenty of options. There’s also shower/bathtub combinations. 

There’s no shortage of showers and tubs to choose from. Best of all, both tubs and showers come in various styles, makes/models and features, which means you shouldn’t find it difficult to find one that falls within your budget. Just make sure you hire a professional to install your tub and/or shower. 


New faucets are the perfect fixtures to get when you’re renovating your bathroom. Not only do newer faucets look better, but they offer a tremendous number of benefits. This includes potentially lowering water bills, reducing faucet noise and improved water pressure. Furthermore, newer models are extremely durable, which means you’ll enjoy your new faucets for many years to come. 

There are several common faucets people tend to install when they renovate their bathrooms. This includes ball faucets, disc faucets and compression faucets. You should learn about the pros and cons that each faucet offers before you decide which one to install. 

Toilets & Bidets

Bathroom renovations often involve replacing older toilets. You can have a brand new toilet installed, but instead of going for a basic one, you can opt for a toilet that comes equipped with a bidet. This eliminates the need of having to install both a toilet and a bidet separately. Instead, after you’ve gone to the toilet, you can use the bidet to clean yourself. 

However, you can opt for a toilet and a bidet. Bear in mind that the type of toilet and/or bidet you get depends largely on the size of your bathroom. Don’t worry, bidets and toilets come in various shapes, sizes and styles. 

Towel Storage

Some of the best new fittings you can have for your bathroom are fittings and fixtures designed to store your towels. This can be shelves, racks and things of that nature. If you’re looking for something more modern, then consider getting a towel warmer, which is a rack that you hang your towel on, but it will dry your towel when it’s turned on. 

Those are the best new fittings and fixtures for bathroom renovations. All you have to do now is research the different brands and manufacturers of those fixtures and fittings. Decide how much you’re willing to spend, and then compare as many fixtures and fittings as possible. Choose the ones that appeal to you the most.