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If you’re a lover of architecture and interiors, enjoy having a nosey around other people’s homes, or simply needed something to watch on TV, then the chances are that you might have tuned in to Grand Designs on Wednesday evening (13th September).
When it comes to renovating your home, there are lots of difficult decisions to think about. Colour schemes, flooring types and kitchen worktops are just a handful of things to mentally contend with.
So, you’ve set your stall out — you’re going to renovate your bathroom. It may be that you’ve just moved in and want to put your own stamp on your new home. Or perhaps a once-loved bathroom is simply getting a bit outdated.
This 5-step guide will help you to complete your bathroom project with as few bumps in the road as possible!
We’ve all been there, lusting over the last interior trends after checking the likes of Instagram and Pinterest. What people often find difficult is to make the most out of their small cloakroom, how can you make it look bigger? And what type of style should you opt for? Here at Easy Bathrooms, we are here to help with our perfect solutions!
Next month, we’re attending a charity ball in aid of two Huddersfield charities — Kirkwood Hospice and Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.The event is being organised by local house builder SB Homes, to celebrate its 20th year in business.But not only are we going along for a good night, we’re also backing the evening by pledging sponsorship funds!
Over a lifetime, people will spend an average of 2 years and 40 days in the bathroom, making it one of the most used rooms in the house. Traditionally, they were only adapted for practical purposes, however, they are so much more than that today. As it is often the place where you unwind and soak your stresses away, it’s important that you create your very own retreat.
When most people think about bathroom design the last thing on the list is storage. Often overlooked, storage is an essential component to a bathroom that works well – so storage should be of the same importance as where you’re putting your basin, toilet and bath. Continue reading