The Hidealoo® can be tucked into various places around the home, as shown here by the orange coloured zones. It can allow more usable space in existing bathrooms, or add a loo in a place otherwise used for nothing. See further pages for illustrations of each example of installation ideas.
As the revolutionary ‘Hidealoo® Stand-Alone’ design is simply housed in a free standing cabinet, it can be sited almost anywhere in the house.
It is shown here in a cloakroom, so for those simply wanting to wash hands, get a drink or hang up their coat, the pan is not inconveniently blocking their easy access. However, when such function is needed, it can simply be moved out into action.
The one shown here has the wash hand basin on top of the counter, which in turn drains into the flushing cistern to recycle the waste water.
This version really allows you to make a ‘room’ where there never was before – with all closed away, it is simply a large and generous shower zone.
Pull out the loo and wash hand basin to transform the shower into that much needed extra lavatory.
We all have it, that under-stairs cupboard badly filled with junk and awkward rubbish. A loo won’t fit, a basin won’t fit and its just a junk store.
Get a Hidealoo® Slider and transform it. Go in, get ready, pull out the pan, do your thing, push it back away, wash as required and walk back out. Never once needing to dodge around the pan itself as cramped spaces often demand.
How about making use of all that wasted space in the ‘low zones’ of the attic or a mansard roof slope?
Tuck the pan into the eaves of an attic, or mansard roof slopes, and make the bathroom seem twice as big.
Fit it anywhere you like, in the garden office, basement or attic – no big pipes, all fully self-contained – washing seat as an optional extra – half a day converts any space you like for ultimate convenience.
See the pictures for latest prototype now on test. Pictures to follow…
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Peckham House, as Seen on Channel 4's "Grand Designs"