We all know what we want out of a bathroom, but is it big enough for all your needs? Most bathrooms in modern houses are fairly small, to keep the other rooms as big as possible. As you know from my renovation series that my mum has designed and is having a new bathroom installed as we speak. She is lucky that her bathroom is a good size due, to it being in the extension part of the cottage. To help you achieve your dream bathroom here are some tips on how to design a small bathroom while keeping it stylish and up to date.
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It’s been just over a month since the last update on the renovation project on my mums old miner’s cottage. Work has been going on very nicely. If you want to catch on the previous updates they are here – part 1 and part 2.
So these past 6 weeks work has been going full speed on the demolishing of the old bathroom and the start of the new bathroom suite installation.Of course with any old buildings problems do arise. The lovely bloke who is doing the work for mum had found problems with the ceiling above the old shower. So he has had to replace that area completely. Now it looks fab with the new LED spotlights in place. With one right over the shower! How cool is that?
As you know from my previous posts that I’m helping my mum with her cottage renovations and the bathroom is currently being refurbished. Searching for luxury baths to suit her needs was quite a job as there are many different designs on the market. However if you have a browse online you are sure to find what you require, like the ones below.
Do you dream of planning a bathroom renovation and looking for some extra luxury? Maybe you just need some extra me-time or pampering in your life. In fact as the evenings draw in I’m sure you will need some cosy me time in your luxurious bathroom.
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If your answer to that above is – no time, got kids – then please read on. You definitely deserve some me time.
We have compiled a list of our favourite seven luxury baths for your next refit that will turn your bathroom into an oasis of calm, peace and tranquility.
Shop the look here & decide how you want to soak in style, all of these gorgeous tubs are available from Nordic who have been providing domestic spas since 1965.
When you’re renovating your bathroom, this is a fantastic opportunity to make some drastic changes to its style. After all, it’s where you spend your intimate moments, relaxing after a hard day at work, so one could argue that your bathroom has an effect on the quality of your life. So what are the top 3 models to consider in 2018?
OVE Rachel 70-Inch Freestanding Acrylic Bathtub
Simple and elegant, it features an elevated slope to rest your head on during a long bathing session. If you want to buy an elegant freestanding tub with a smooth surface, this is as good as it gets. In fact, it’s made of 100% acrylic, and the fact that it’s reinforced with fiberglass is what creates the smoothness and it’s glossy finish.
Since this is a freestanding tub, you can place it anywhere in the bathroom and it will do its job just fine. Since it comes with comprehensive and detailed instructions, you won’t even need a handyman to install it. According to the proud owners, its glossy finish will remain intact even after a decade has passed, and its beautiful looks won’t fade away.
As you all know I love books, all types of books. Anything with words in and pictures are a bonus! So when a review for The Ultimate Bathroom book by Peter Hirsch popped up in my inbox it was too hard to say no.
Peter Hirsch is the director of the bathroom company Soakology, and he wrote this book about his travels around the world seeking out bathrooms. Finding out what a bathroom means in different cultures and how they differ country to country.
What does the bathroom mean to people in the context of their country?