If you are soon to be moving into your new home and are looking for some much needed comfort and relaxation, read on at some of these helpful ideas to ensure you receive some much deserved luxury and comfort from your new bathroom.
Starting off on the technology path – which is very much in demand, not just for 2012, but as an ongoing trend for future house design – why not watch your favourite TV show where you have no worries about being disturbed? Proofvision (www.proofvision.co.uk) is a company that is featured in Grand Design Live London for their innovative designs and offers, among other items, a 15″ widescreen waterproof TV priced at 469.99 including VAT. These TVs are wall mounted, easy to install and offer features of heated screens to prevent misting in a steamy environment with speakers incorporated to eliminate unsightly bulk in your bathroom.
There are some rather eye catching accessories which can put a stamp on your bathroom, so any guest that pays a visit will know what great taste you have. Accessories for Bathrooms (accessoriesforbathrooms.co.uk) offers a wonderful “piece de resistance” for your guest toilet or main bathroom, which is a Swarovski Crystal toilet brush holder priced at 183.75 (currently in the January sale, so you will need to be quick to snap up this little gem). Although this item is a little expensive, toilet brushes are renowned for their grotty appeal but are a much needed item in a bathroom, so why not maintain your bathroom hygiene in style!
In keeping with the Moroccan/Indian, hand-crafted theme of 2012, when using candles to create your haven of tranquillity, Jasmine Way (jasmineway.co.uk) has a Bollywood-style lantern priced at 31.00. This company also offers other bathroom accessories, such as the pineapple-motif candle-holder priced at 13.50 which is in keeping with 1970s era retro, if you want a funky bathroom with some humour. Fitting with the still popular “shabby chic” trend, the same company also offers the toilet roll holder stand and Le Bain bathroom range suitable for a French-themed bathroom.
Finally, there are no set colour trends for bathrooms but some valuable advice should be to keep your colours light to ensure space and tranquillity as generally, unless your new home is on the larger side, most bathrooms and en suites are smaller than an average room and lighter shades encourage more space and light. However, do not be afraid of adding an accent colour, which can be in the form of the accessories that you dress your bathroom with, or simply with some decorative tiling or a feature wall.
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