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A bathroom disaster is not necessarily one that is peach and avocado (apologies if you bathroom is peach and avocado, beauty is in the eye if the beholder.) Accidents in the bathroom can be far more serious than a clash … Continue reading
Forty people a year are admitted to Accident & Emergency after tea cosy accidents. If almost one person a week is injuring themselves with a tea cosy then surely people must be coming a cropper in the bathroom.
You don’t have to be Mrs Bucket (Bouquet) to have a second toilet. It is often seen as a bourgeois possession the old second closet but there are good reasons why you should think about it.
Want to know which public toilets to avoid when out and about? Here’s a list of some of the UK’s notoriously bad toilets and other spots we’ve found online.
Creaking pipes, a slow drip, drip, drip and invasion of black mould. Yes, the bathroom can be a scary place at times. Here’s our run down of the top 5 bathroom horrors (and some guidance on how to banish them). … Continue reading
My memory is going. I know it is. When I was younger I would be able to recall names, dates, everything. Now my poor mind needs endless post-it notes stuck to my computer screen to remind me what I need … Continue reading
The Top Three Bath Suites at BestBathrooms.com have achieved the prestigious status as your favourite products of the year so far in their category. According our experts, the bath suites making the biggest impact amongst our customers are doing so … Continue reading
On average, each person in the United Kingdom uses an estimated 150 litres of water in 24 hours, and much of this is unnecessarily wasted. Daily bad habits such as running taps while brushing your teeth may seem like trivial … Continue reading
Water splashing, leaking and spilling onto your bathroom floor can make this type of room potentially hazardous, especially for children, the elderly or disabled. To keep your family protected you may want to consider the following installations and tips.