BathroomTrade News Blog
If there isn't an art to decorating a bathroom, there's most certainly a knack to it. A lack of space and reluctance to inject too much colour into the environment are just two of the many obstacles that will need circumventing during this particular design process.
Still, while selecting the right accessories for your bathroom is by no means an easy feat, consulting with tried-and-tested methods can send you down the right pathway.
Today most of us take a shower rather than a bath and showers are becoming even more powerful and sophisticated; with the option of multiple spray systems, which makes the right choice of shower enclosure even more crucial.
Scientists at Mindlab International study emotion; and they've discovered that there's a mathematical formula for the perfect shower.
Poorly designed and badly fitted products costs the UK's developers thousands of pounds to put right.
At CORAM they have studied this problem and have developed a unique range of innovative showering environment solutions.
Some names are powerfully advocative; for example Rolls Royce for peerless engineering and gravitas or Rolex for precision timing and horological excellence; for baths, it's Jacuzzi.
Stone... beautiful, strong, hard wearing. The same words that can be used to describe TrayMate's stone resin shower trays.
As we go through our everyday lives, our senses are constantly bombarded with information from advertising, to opinions, to instructions, and warnings and more.
Road signs, tooting horns and traffic lights all convey messages for our safety and other stimuli provide us with amusement, entertainment and instruction.
However much of the information we are exposed to washes over us and so it should. The person that pays attention to all the stimuli would surely go mad inside a week. But that's what happens to me.
As the saying goes, "the proof of the pudding is in the eating" and so we sent our presenter Freya Berry to have a nose around the Director's home to see which bathroom he's chosen for his home.
Let's face it, when you use the loo at another person's house you can't help but judge their choice of sanitary-ware. And that's because a bathroom says more about a person than anything else in their home. So would the Director's choice meet Freya's high expectations? Read on.
It's Spring 2010 and a good time of year to start thinking about those all important home and garden renovations. A popular starting point is the bathroom and can easily be transformed with a new bathroom suite. The bathroom is the singular most used room of any household and can often be viewed as a reflection of beauty and inspiration conceived by the home proprietor. Having a bathroom which is comfortable and pleasant to use can leave a lasting impression on anyone who enters.
There are only three main types of Bathroom Baths on the market although a few new materials are now available. However these new materials are used in designer style baths and sold in small quantities in addition can also be costly.
The three main types of baths available are acrylic, steel and cast iron. This short guide will explain each style and give you an insight in to making the right choice when choosing your new tub.