Hidden secrets Wall-hung vanities and toilets, wet rooms and Geberit hidden cisterns all help to maximise space for a sleek, streamlined bathroom Space is often at a premium in a bathroom, but this doesn’t mean you have to compromise modern design. There are many ways to make a small bathroom seem larger, while creating a designer look. Cantilevered vanities and wall-hung toilets, integrated storage and wet area showers all help. So, too does a hidden toilet cistern. Geberit concealed installation systems completely remove the cistern from view, allowing the toilet to make a fashion statement in its own right. And with the 108 cistern hidden within a wall, the toilet takes up less space in the bathroom. Flush plates come in a variety of styles and colours, so you can fully co-ordinate your bathroom. Some flush plates can be placed up to 3m away from the toilet if desired. If preferred, you can opt for a touchless bathroom – the new Geberit Sigma80, by celebrated Swiss designer Daniel Irányi, is a glass electronic plate that operates with a wave of a hand. Although hidden, Geberit cisterns can be accessed easily through a convenient search | save | share at my.trendsideas.com service opening behind the flush plate. For details, contact Geberit, Unit 8a, 6-8 Byfield St, Macquarie Park, NSW 2113, phone 1800 GEBERIT (432 3748) or (02) 9889 7866. Email: email@example.com. Or visit the website: www.geberit.com.au save | share Search 44946 at my.trendsideas.com This page: A Geberit hidden toilet cistern enhances the sleek, streamlined look of this bathroom.