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You can catch up with what is being said in the local press here. These articles are full of really useful tips and advice to help you make to most of your bathroom. Whether you are thinking about a complete new makeover, or simply feel like updating your colour scheme, there's oodles of help and pointers on these pages. We also bring you the very latest in interior design trends to keep you up to speed on what is in vogue each season. There's plenty here to fire your imagination.

En suite inspiration
September 2016
Small space solutions

Today most modern homes incorporate an en-suite, but they can often be tiny, windowless rooms with little character. So why not think a little “out of the box.”

How about removing the partition wall between your bedroom and en-suite altogether – or, even more dramatically, replacing it with glass? This will provide more light and instantly create the illusion of a bigger space – and what a wow factor!  

Over the last few years, we’ve really seen the open plan ‘bed-bath combination’ increase in popularity. And frankly, today’s bathroom furniture is so sleek and stylish, why would you want to hide it behind boring old walls?

With an increasing number of people overcoming their initial fears about leaks or misconceptions about the need for structural changes, wet rooms are becoming the norm for stylish and hassle-free contemporary showering. 

The sleekest wet room look is achieved by matching your wall material with that of your floor. Tiles are the obvious choice - ceramic is ideal or alternatively mosaics, limestone and marble provide a breathtaking, more luxurious option.

If you want a wet-room look, but your budget won’t stretch to tanking the walls and floor of your bathroom then use a low-profile shower tray in a composite material in a dark colour. This will still look super stylish.

New Acrylic panels for the walls of showers instead of tiles are a clever, cost effective alternative to glass. These acrylic panels will add a beautiful splash of colour to any space and, because they look like glass, they ooze that expensive, classy look.  On average installing wall panels could be up to 25% cheaper than installing labour intensive tiles.

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