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From beautiful roll tops to statement contemporary designs, freestanding baths are available in an array of styles, as well as sizes to suit any bathroom. They are the perfect choice for creating a luxury look, and provide a great way to relax and unwind at the end of a long day. But if you’re considering a freestanding bath for your bathroom, there are a few things you need to think about before choosing one. We uncover all you need to know about freestanding baths to help you pick the best type. Read more

From a fresh coat of paint to replacing the taps, there are many ways to revamp your bathroom on a budget. Another way to save money is to shop when there’s a bathroom sale on, you never know what bargains you will come across! So, if you’re stuck for ways to update this much used space, then check out our top tips for creating a fresh new look without breaking the bank.  Read more

When shopping for new taps and wastes you’ll be surprised at the many different styles that are available, which can make choosing the right type a little challenging. So, to help you out, we’ve uncovered all you need to know about taps and wastes. Read more

Making over your bathroom can be expensive, and a new bath can easily eat into your budget. When shopping for a new bath, you’ll find that it can be one of the most costly fittings for your bathroom. Luxurious freestanding baths will set you back a significant amount, but if you want to revamp your bathroom or you just want to simply update an old bath, you will most likely be working with a limited budget. Read more

If you have a small bathroom and you’re thinking of spending the half-term holidays changing how it looks, then the next 5 minutes of your life could be crucial.

Various studies over the last 3 years have shown that we Brits have some of the smallest houses in Europe.

Because of this, we are inevitably going to have smaller bathrooms than most.

But smaller bathrooms or not, us British have never been the sort of folk to turn our backs on adversity – oh no, we stare adversity in the face and do what we always do – complain about it briefly and then make the best of a bad job . . .

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