When John Harington – playwright, author and English courtier – invented the first flushing toilet back in 1596, he may or may not have flirted with the idea of hiding as much of the toilet within the wall of his Tudor bathroom as he could. But to be fair, the man had nine children to think about, and the plague had swept through London just three years earlier, so he probably didn’t really think to incorporate an in-wall flush system into his wood panelling. He was lucky to be alive, let alone be thinking about aesthetics!
Kitchen hacks and storage solutions may get a lot of attention online, but when really trawling through kitchen storage ideas, no two kitchens should ever be alike. This is because no two chefs are the same.
Finally getting to do that major bathroom renovation you have been dreaming of is an exciting prospect for homeowners. However, before you start looking at tiles, or begin tearing up your flooring, it is important that you take a moment to plan out your renovation and make a few key decisions.
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Your kitchen is the centre of your home where people tend to congregate, it's important to make this area feel as welcoming and open as possible. If you have a small kitchen, this can be more challenging if you don't know a few tricks. Fortunately there are several methods that can visually enhance a small kitchen. Here are six basic ways you can make a small kitchen look and feel bigger.
Kitchen trends in 2018 will continue to showcase some of the changes we saw last year, while branching off in pursuit of a more ‘unified’ design. This will result in the lines between living spaces, such as the dining room and kitchen, becoming more blurred. Design trends tend to swing like a pendulum in opposition to established norms, so there is now an accelerating trend towards designs that promote the kitchen as the social hub of the home.
Whether you are considering bathroom renovations, are in a new build or are just daydreaming, there are a range of bathroom trends in 2018 that are either successful echoes of previous years or are entirely new approaches to bathroom design.
We all know toilets are not everyone’s favourite topic of conversation but let’s face it, we all need one and preferably one that works well.Most people probably don’t give a second thought about toilets and aren’t really phased about the brand or how much it costs.
An over bath showerseems to be a fairly contentious issue when it comes to our clients. Over the years we’ve come to discover this really is a hot topic that many people feel quite strongly about.