If you’re planning a new bathroom but don’t have much space to play with, then you’ll understand how difficult it can be to fit everything you want into it. The two main items that you need to include in a bathroom, cloakroom or en-suite, are the basin and toilet, and choosing a compact design provides a great way to maximise your space. To help you make the most of the limited space, these seven small toilet ideas will point you in the right direction. Read more
Just because your shower room is on the small side, it doesn’t mean that you can’t make a statement and create a space that’s super stylish and functional. Modern shower rooms are all about enhancing a sense of space, clean lines and minimal design. So if you’re planning on revamping your shower room, check out our top tips on how to create a space that oozes style. Read more
Large, spacious bathrooms may be considered a luxury, but with clever planning and attention to detail, small bathroom suites can look equally stylish. The bathroom is a space that you use alone most of the time, and beyond a basin, toilet and bath or shower, there isn’t really a need to accommodate much more than these basic items. But how do you get the most from a tiny bathroom and make it appear bigger and brighter? Our top tips uncover all you need to know. Read more
If you’re looking to give your bathroom an update but stuck for ideas, then make sure to check out these 12 brilliant bathroom trends for 2017 and you’ll soon be feeling inspired! Read more
The summer hols are almost upon us! Whoop-dee-doo!
But with the breaks from work and school and a few weeks off from the normal everyday swing of things, it doesn’t mean that everything else just stops.
You still have to cook, clean and live your everyday life regardless of the holidays or not – and if you’re as lucky as I am, you’ll be doing it with three ever-growing and expanding kids (peskies) in tow, causing mayhem and making a mess everywhere.
And that’s what fired my brain up (just enough in this heat) to write this blog post.
Cloakroom suites can be invaluable, and if you choose the correct products to fill them with they can slot seamlessly into the smallest of spaces. Here we share our top tips on how you can achieve a stylish cloakroom suite on a budget.
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Besides the kitchen, a large family bathroom is likely to be the most used room in a family home.
But with towels thrown everywhere, damp clothes strewn across the floor and those annoying bits of dried up toothpaste all around the bathroom sink, how can you keep your family bathroom calm, serene and in good order?
Well, we thought we’d put together some tips on how to keep your family bathroom in check, make sure you’re rocking that good look all the time and give you a few ideas on how best to create calm serenity out of what is probably a whole host of chaos!
The bathroom should be one of the few places in which you can switch off, escape and unwind, so choosing a bathroom colour scheme that helps to enhance the feeling of serenity and calm needed to chill out properly is essential.
In this blog we share five of the best bathroom colour schemes and some of our favourite and most useful tricks and tips that are sure to inspire you to battle your way to tranquility.
Creating a new shower room can be a challenge, particularly if you are an incredibly lazy man like I am and especially if space is limited.
However, if planned and designed correctly and installed to a high standard, a new shower room may well help to add extra value to your home and give your friends and family something . Here are ten shower room ideas that are sure to inspire you.
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 . . .