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  1. Make Your Bathroom Traditional

    Make Your Bathroom Traditional

    A traditional bathroom will never fall short of beautiful…

    Baths are a very traditional feature in any home, as before showers were a thing, baths were the only thing around for people to wash. Free standing baths are more in keeping with the trend however we recommend getting a bath with decorative feet on it. As well as decorative feet, opt for a very traditional roll top bath for ultimate luxury.

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  2. Masculine Styling

    Masculine Styling

    People instantly assume the bathroom is a women’s meeting point, a place to chat and reapply their lipstick. However, a masculine bathroom on the other hand, is a place decorated in class and simplistic luxury. Often based on mature and simple decor a masculine bathroom exudes sophistication that any woman would also dream of using. With shades of black, white and grey often used accompanied with simple, clean lines masculine bathrooms are clinical in layout not to mention the undoubted purpose being the soul focus of the rooms design.

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  3. Styling and Filling the Space in Your Large Bathroom

    Styling and Filling the Space in Your Large Bathroom

    In larger bathrooms you have room to play with, you don’t have to worry about minimal space or space filling furniture, accessories or baths that don’t perfectly fit your dimensions. This is your time to get creative play around and make your large bathroom lavish!

    Firstly, every large bathroom needs a bath! These can come in all shapes, sizes and positions so don’t be afraid to venture outside of the norm. Try large corner baths, jacuzzi baths or even place your free-standing bath in the centre of your room! Create that roundabout effec

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  4. Make your Bathroom Moisture Proof

    Make your Bathroom Moisture Proof

    Ceilings: it’s important to treat your bathroom with respect especially when it comes to ceilings… this is the place where bathroom moisture can collect in the form of condensation. Also, directly above, splashing from the shower is more frequent than you think, this direct contact with water can damage paintwork or the ceiling surface over time. There are a few options out there to cater for this issue. Firstly, considering what you are going to line the ceiling with is essential... we recommend Drywall or treated Drywall. The treated Drywall, although more expensive, is specifically designed for damper environments, its treated to ensure its ext

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  5. Incorporate Colour into Your Bathroom

    Incorporate Colour into Your Bathroom

    Colour contrast- two words that can frighten anyone. With this look be bold and loud and make it known that the colour contrast was fully intentional. Chose colours from apposing sides of the colour wheel and watch the magic happen. If you’re too afraid of the full opaque colour, then opt for more subtle pastel versions of the chosen colours.

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  6. DIY: Using Mason Jars in Your Bathroom

    DIY: Using Mason Jars in Your Bathroom

    Mason jars are every DIYers best friend. Not only are they handy for storing just about anything they are beautifully trendy and rustic and can be made to fit in with any room’s interior decor.

    Mason Jar Tissue Holder:

    Thick paper/scrap book paper

    Scissors

    Mason jar

    Tissue

    Pencil

    • Draw round the lid as a guide onto the paper using the pencil, cut this out.
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  7. Small Bathroom Design- Maximise Your Space

    Small Bathroom Design- Maximise Your Space

    Lighting and illusion

    Mirrored walls- whether it be mirrored tiles or a floor to ceiling wall, using large mirrored materials gives the illusion that a room is a lot larger than the floor space would originally suggest.

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  8. Clogged Pipes? Here's Why...

    Clogged Pipes? Here’s Why…

    We all know clogged pipes are a nightmare at the best of times, so we are providing you with the best advice and spilling the tea on the usual culprits when it comes to a blocked bog or sink drain. These have come from the horse’s mouth… a plumber’s guide to sorting out your home… We’d order them from best to worst on the clogging scale, but we think they are all as bad as each other. And, well… they may not apply to all of you.

    1. Hair, Dental floss and any other ‘stringy’ items you can find- hair, dental floss and other such like substances becomes entangled within themselves causing clumps to form, ‘the more that collects the worse it gets’.

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  9. The Best Innovation and Design- HiB

    The Best Innovation and Design- HiB

    HiB is one of the most innovative, modern and sleek brands we sell on plumit.co.uk. With their technologically advanced designs and high-quality finishes they truly do put the customer first, by ‘making bathrooms beautiful’.

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  10. Your Bathroom and its Suitability for Children

    When it comes to family bathrooms it’s essential to suit the needs of all the users- including your little terrors. They are often found struggling to reach the areas we as adults take for granted. Here are a few tips to make your child’s life easier in your bathroom.

    Carefully look at the shape of your bath upon purchase, sloping sides will create slip hazards for your small child in the bath. Straight sides are probably the best option, along with a non-slip bath floor which would eliminate the need for a non-slip bath floor mat.

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