School washrooms need to be clean, functional and fit for purpose. They need to be durable enough to withstand regular use with robust sanitary ware to ensure the space is functional with sinks, taps, basins and panels.
However, you can create stylish and functional washrooms by incorporating uniquely coloured systems with bold and bright colours and/or fun prints. This makes the space more inviting and a less intimidating environment for younger children while graphics offer an effective design solution for secondary schools.
So by integrating an interesting colour scheme your washrooms will look more modern and appealing to the students. To find out more about what colour scheme is best for your school, read our blog post here.
To make your school washrooms more inviting, you should consider the following:
Wall and/or ceiling tiles
Modern metal framed mirrors
Easy to clean surfaces that are easy to maintain
Funky wipeable flooring
Bright clean lighting
Non-slip flooring to prevent any accidents
Energy-efficient electrical items
Water usage of taps and toilet flushes
Adequate odour control
Get some more inspiration for your school washrooms by seeing our Pinterest board here
A Sophisticated School Washroom
Don’t forget the washrooms for your staff as well as your pupils and take inspiration from the washrooms at Latymer Upper School.
They needed maintenance to their plumbing and a re-design of their pipework as well as a high-end interior design to match the rest of the schools’ interiors.
Full of colour and a wood effect, it was a complete transformation.
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