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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 Success
May 2018
Creating a perfect flow

Creating the perfect flow from your bedroom to your bathroom can be tricky but by giving your en-suite thought and planning, you can create a fashionable yet functional space.

Using space effectively within your en-suite will give an airy feel, and there are plenty of new design ideas and trends emerging to take you effortlessly from one room to the next.

Lisa Jepson says, “Today, most modern homes feature an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom, and it’s important that these two rooms feel connected with a running theme throughout.

“En-suites don’t have to be plain and simple because of their smaller size – there are different ways you can add a dash of style.”

Open plan living

If you have a windowless en-suite bathroom, why not think a little ‘outside of the box’ and remove the wall between your bedroom and bathroom altogether or add a glass partition.

This instantly creates the illusion of more space as well as giving your home the wow factor. Bathroom furniture has also become so sleek and stylish, why hide it behind walls?

Wet and wonderful

Wetrooms are becoming the norm for stylish and hassle-free contemporary showering, especially when your bathroom is on the smaller side.

Get the sleekest wetroom look by matching your walls and floor. Tiles are the obvious choice - ceramic is ideal or alternatively mosaics, limestone and marble for a breathtaking and luxurious option.

If you want the wet-room look but your budget won’t stretch to waterproofing (tanking) your bathroom walls and floor, then a composite low-profile shower tray in a dark colour is the answer.

Splash of colour

New acrylic panels for the walls instead of tiles are a clever, cost effective alternative to glass. They will add a beautiful splash of colour to any space and, because they look like glass, they ooze that expensive, classy look as well as making the room feel bigger.

Match the panels to the colour theme of your bedroom to keep the flow between the two spaces.

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