Why Install a Rail Shower in Your Family Bathroom?

Posted on: 12 November 2018
If your bathroom is used by all members of your family, then you need to find ways to make it work for everybody. Showers can pose a problem here if they'll be used by both adults and children. Installing an adjustable rail shower rather than a fixed shower may be a good option for a family bathroom. What are the benefits? Get a One-Size-Fits-All Solution Adjustable shower heads that run on a rail aren't set into a fixed position on the wall.
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3 Stylish And Practical Window Dressing Options For Your Kitchen

Posted on: 26 July 2018
Window dressings may be one of the less obvious features of a room but they can have a big impact on how the space looks and functions. This is certainly true in the kitchen, where your choice of window dressing needs to be able to withstand the rigours of heat, moisture and food stains as well as contributing to the overall aesthetic of the room. If you're trying to choose a new window dressing for your kitchen, then here are some practical yet stylish options, like blinds or shutters, for you to consider.
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Five Tips to Protect Your Shower Screen From Breaking

Posted on: 15 June 2017
Glass shower screens are much classier and stylish than shower curtains, and in most cases, you don't have to worry about them breaking. However, to be on the safe side, you should understand the basics of these doors and how to avoid breakage. Here are some tips to help you. 1. Always Use Tempered Glass  If you are building your own shower screen or hiring a contractor to make one for you, make sure that you use glass that has been designed for use in a shower screen.
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Splashbacks: Reasons to Invest in Natural Stone

Posted on: 19 December 2016
The kitchen can become quite messy, especially if you spend a considerable time in it. If you would like to ensure that your walls are protected from spills and splashes from your food preparation, then you should consider installing splashbacks. A popular material that homeowners choose for their splashbacks is tile. However, this is not the only available alternative for you. A material that has steadily been growing in popularity over the years is natural stone.
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