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How to maximise natural light

How to maximise natural light

How to maximise natural light

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Whenever daylight fills a room it positively affects our mood and wellbeing. Why not exploit it and save on the energy bill at same time. Textured or frosted glass on your bathroom window allows more light with out compromising on privacy. When designing the bathroom layout, ensure no furniture is blocking the natural coming in to room. Carefully position large mirrors to help radiate brilliance around the room and on every shiny surface. This can be helped even further by using glass shelves, translucent tumblers and see through soap trays. Using lighter colours on the walls and ceiling radiate the light around the room even further.      

Review bathroom theme

How to maximise natural light

How to maximise natural light

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 Lets take a step away from neutrality and show your personality through the colours & styles you choose. We spend on average 2 years of our life time in our bathroom over our lifetime. May be a plain white bathroom is what you are looking for. But if your bathroom style is more of an inherit from the previous owner and not your dream choice then why not give our experts a call. Through our expertise we'll create and deliver an end product that is fresh, exciting and boldly expresses your persona.   
 

Splash-wall options

How to maximise natural light

Splash-wall options

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 The traditional way of doing splash walls were mainly limited to tiles. The market now offers an exceptional array of products as splash walls. Some of the options are pvc cladding, stone or timber effect composite cladding, granite slabs and theres plemty more out there. But choices also doesn't mean you have step away from the tradition. It all depends on the style and feel you want in your space.Pick the perfect style for your bathroom, whether it’s sleek for an ultra-modern suite or choose something traditional to create the period look. 

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Splash-wall options

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Natural light is a valuable asset; by taking a few simple steps we can exploit it and reduce the cost of electricity at the same time. Textured glass on your bathroom window allows up to 84% light with out compromising on privacy. Curtains or blinds should be drawn back as far as possible. When designing the bathroom layout, ensure no furniture is blocking the natural coming in to room. Carefully positioning large mirrors to help radiate brilliance around the room and every shiny surface. This can be helped even further by using glass shelves, translucent tumblers and see through soap trays. Using lighter colours on the walls and ceiling radiate the light around the room even further   

Accesorise your space

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Lets get it right, 1st time!

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Accessories are an integral part of your bathroom. Personalise your space by carefuly selecting your bathroom sets and unify the decor in your bathroom. From vanity mirrors to toilet brushes and toilet roll holders, all of those are essential accessories to complete your bathroom. Achieve a coordinated finished look for your room with decorative accessories and ornaments like trinket boxes, bathroom wall art and bathroom jugs to complete this soothing environment.   

Lets get it right, 1st time!

Lets get it right, 1st time!

Lets get it right, 1st time!

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