Each year, we research and analyse all the views of new bathroom product uploads during 2023, to bring you Kitchens & Bathrooms News – KBN – Most Wanted.
Reflecting the continuing trend for the bathroom to become part of a living space, 2023 saw furniture dominate views, as well as products designed to maximise the use of space in smaller areas.
Here is our list of the five most viewed new bathroom products on our website in 2023, and which we proudly acclaim as the year’s Most Wanted winners.
London start-up Hidealoo launched a discreet, moveable WC frame to ease the installation of toilets in small and hard to fit spaces.
Hidealoo’s steel mechanism allows a toilet pan to be swivelled through 90º, meaning it can be hidden inside a wall or cupboard when not in use.
As well as creating more flexible floor space and added counter space, it provides greater options for installations within homes where adding a new bathroom may not otherwise be possible, such as a utility room cupboard.
Brassware manufacturer Hansgrohe expanded its product range to include furniture, sanitaryware and mirrors, which were available to the UK from June 2023.
There are two bathroom furniture series Xelu and Xevolos including vanity units in a choice of sizes and finishes, as well as large and small cabinets.
Hansgrohe furniture, with wooden componentry made from sustainable forests, is complemented by matching Xelu and Xevolos washbasins.
Positioned at the top-end of its Bathrooms to Love Collection, PJH has launched a modular furniture range named Statement.
Available in a wall-hung option, Statement consists of a range of basin units and tall units in Matt Antique Rose, Matt Latte and Matt White.
The soft-close doors and drawers can be complemented with a choice of handles in Brushed Brass, Matt Black or Polished Chrome.
Global bathroom brand VitrA has launched the ArchiPlan collection for small spaces in residential, hospitality and commercial sectors.
It features basins which can be wall-mounted (with the option of chrome legs on 380mm x 900mm basins) or mounted in cabinetry.
ArchiPlan also offers a range of storage with narrow cabinet widths and reduced projections, including metal shelves in two sizes (450mm and 600mm) and open shelving in the mirrors and mid-units.
Bathroom brand Crosswater has created Alo, its first furniture unit designed specifically for cloakrooms.
Measuring 400mm wide, the pre-assembled wall-hung vanity units come with an inset basin in black or white with a left or right-handed tap hole position.
Inspired by material and home decoration trends, Alo provides comes in a choice of 12 finishes, including Rattan, oak effects and block colours, as well as a choice of three handles.
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