Collaborative post In any living space, the bathroom is one of the most functionally important rooms. It’s used literally every day, when we wake up and when we go to bed. Yet despite their importance, bathrooms are frequently overlooked, over time becoming dirty, broken and simply unpleasant to use. While you can get a new bathroom fitted, it’s often enough to simply give your existing one a thorough makeover – here’s how. Choose an aesthetic Before you get started with your bathroom makeover, you need to choose a look, so that you don’t end up
AD | Collaborative post Just because you have a small bathroom, doesn’t mean you have to think small during the design process. That’s why we’ve brought you some small bathroom solutions that are bound to make you smile. Incorporating these things will help you to ensure you’ve got a practical bathroom that you’re making the most of. Read on to learn more! Floating Furniture Floating furniture in the bathroom isn’t a magic trick. It’s a simple illusion that can make your bathroom look like it has a ton of space more than it really does.
AD | Paid partnership with Bathing Solutions Right now, our bathroom isn’t the most pleasant of rooms to be in. A large portion of the room is taken up by an ancient boiler which we haven’t been able to afford to replace yet. Even with that taken out of the picture, our bathroom isn’t a huge room and sometimes all 3 of us end up in there at the same time. Having the boiler upgraded to a Combi and having the whole bathroom replaced is right at the top of our list of things to
Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post. With a young daughter, husband and pets, our family bathroom can be a very busy place. On the one hand, it needs to be the most functional of spaces in which we can get ready in the morning and prepare Erin for bed time with a calming bath. On the other hand, I would love it to be a peaceful, relaxing place in which I can unwind, relax and have a bit of well-earned “me time”. When browsing those perfect family bathroom suites, you’ll need to think long and
One room in our house that needs a lot of attention is the bathroom. We knew this when we bought the house 4 years ago but we just haven’t gotten round to doing anything about it. Our needs have definitely changed in those 4 years though and I’m actually glad we haven’t touched it yet. With that in mind, here are some ways to make your bathroom work for a whole family: An Up To Date Boiler Our boiler is a beast. It’s one of those old, massively heavy things that takes up a lot
AD | Collaborative post Life with a toddler can be pretty tricky sometimes. Okay, it can be tricky a lot of the time actually. There are plenty of days where I wish I had either a different house all together or at least, had some things done to it that would make our lives a whole lot easier. Bathrooms can be a place full of accidents waiting to happen so here are some ways to make your bathroom child friendly. Showers Instead Of Baths One of our biggest problems is that we only have a
AD | Collaborative post Earlier in the week you may have read my post about ideas for modernising an old house. After writing that it got me thinking about what my bathroom renovation dreams would be. Boiler Upgrade Before we could really do anything major to our bathroom we would first have to upgrade our boiler. At the moment we have a really old style boiler and it cuts out quite often. We’re constantly having to re-boot it to make sure we have enough hot water for baths. It is a massive pain and it
When we bought our house we knew that it needed a lot doing to it. We probably didn’t really anticipate just how much work needed doing to a house built in 1900 where the previous owners hadn’t looked after it very well at all. When I say they didn’t look after it very well I’m talking painting absolutely everything including light switches in white emulsion, sanding the hand painted pattern on an original wooden floor and generally not updating anything at all. Adding A Bathroom Now that we are a family of three we could