In terms of fixtures, a bathroom should have at the very least a shower screen with shower tapware and a hand basin with basin tapware. These are often accompanied by a mirror, vanity – to mount the basin and basin mixer. A popup waste and floor waste are also required.

Depending on the size of the bathroom, a bath may be optimal along with a toilet. Smaller bathrooms can opt for a combined bath/shower configuration that requires a popup waste and a diverter mixer and bath spout to divert the water from the shower to the bath. Bath/shower combinations also fair well with the inclusion of a bath screen to contain the water.

In addition to the mentioned fixtures, a bathroom should have bathroom accessories. While not all are “necessity items”, accessories such as a toilet paper holder and towel rail add essential practicality and functionality. Other common bathroom accessories include toilet brush holders, towel accessories, hand towel holders, round towel rings, towel shelves and rails, toothbrush holders, robe hooks, and bathroom shelves.