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If you watch any period drama on TV there will invariably be a scene of some poor soul sitting in a tin bath in front of the fire. This will then be contrasted with the lady from the big house … Continue reading
There was nothing more exciting when you were a kid than going to the seaside. You would be avidly looking out of the window of the car, train or bus waiting for that first glimpse of the sea. When you … Continue reading
You arrive at your hotel slightly fatigued but excited and you wheel your case into the hotel bedroom. After putting the kettle on the next thing you do is to take a look at the bathroom. As you take a … Continue reading
The New Year is nearly upon us when we all make our resolutions. Okay so we usually break them within a couple of weeks but we take that step back in January to think how we can improve ourselves.
Coco Chanel said, “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.” She was talking about clothes but she could equally have been talking about bathrooms. If you want a luxurious bathroom the first thing you should think about is … Continue reading
The bathroom is the one room in your home that is sure to have a lock on the door. It is a place where you can unwind and relax after the stresses and strains of a hard working day. Soaking … Continue reading
Every budding fashionista wants to keep up to date with current trends in bathroom beauty. You need to keep abreast of what’s to-die-for in basin design and what’s cutting it in showers these days.
Charles Ryder in the novel Brideshead Revisted hankers for the old classic bathroom he used at Brideshead. He remembers the, “deep, copper, mahogany framed bath” and would think of that bathroom and “contrast it with the uniform, clinical, little chambers… … Continue reading
The four principles of good design are Contrast, Repetition, Alignment and Proximity. These can be followed if you are designing a poster for advertising purposes or your bathroom.