We all yearn for a palatial bathroom, but if you’re tight on space, there are some tried and tested design tricks that will maximise the space you have and give a more expansive and luxurious feel.
While offices used to be dull and bland places, nowadays people are becoming more interested in and creative with their design choices. When decorating an office, it is important that you choose a look that will reflect the company’s industry and beliefs, while remaining practical for the work that undergoes in there.
An attractive and well-designed office space is beneficial to your business in many ways. We all know the importance of first impressions, and this is just as vital in your office space as anywhere else in your life. When meeting clients and customers in your office, you want them to enjoy a space that is fitting to your business. A well thought out room will also create a better working environment, inspiring better work and positive attitude.
Installing your dream bathroom can make a huge difference to your home: it’ll not only look attractive, but can work wonders in terms of increasing your home’s value.
Wet rooms are becoming more and more popular amongst those looking for a new bathroom: completely watertight rooms that allow water to be sprayed anywhere, generally with a shower as the main feature. Here at Panararmer, we’ve put together a list of our top five benefits.
The kitchen is a place where meals are cooked for the family to enjoy, a place where friends congregate to enjoy late night drinks, and a place where good lighting can make all the difference.
Strategically placed lighting will make your kitchen what it needs to be: a room which sets the standard for the rest of your home.
The kitchen is the heart of your home and your choice of décor can alter the mood significantly. During the autumn months, it is likely you will spend more time at home, preferably under a blanket with some warm, home-made soup.
Your kitchen will also be put to more use so it is important that you feel comfortable spending more time in this room. Create a homely feel to your kitchen with some simple autumn decoration ideas.
Working from home has a lot of advantages, namely that you don’t have to book a day off work to wait in the for gas man. However, there are disadvantages too, and sometimes living and working in the same space can leave you feeling a little claustrophobic.
Just like you might have a spring clean, we highly recommend taking some time to get your home office back to school ready and dust away the last of the lazy summer days as we head into the autumn months.
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The bedroom is a place of relaxation and solace after a long hard day so it is important to feel as comfortable as possible.
Creating a minimalist bedroom requires some organisational skills and the ability to keep clutter at bay, but the right design can also help. Many people also wish for more space in their bedroom, which a minimalist design can provide. Panararmer can provide you with a range of services to ensure your bedroom is stylish, efficient and tailored to your needs. Below are some suggestions on how to start creating the perfect minimalist bedroom.
Nautical is a style that never falls out of favour. Clients inspired by the idea of a fresh slice of the seaside or sailing the open seas are drawn to the palette, pattern and texture the style brings. Classic styling around the home is easy to achieve with the right guidance and expertise, but can be tricky without the know-how. Here at Panararmer, your vision is our goal.
Whether it’s a peaceful driftwood haven you’re looking for, or a full-on beach hut with crisp stripes and contrasts, talk through your ideas with our room specialists and we’ll bring that dream to life.
Small homes can feel one of two ways; incredibly snug and cosy, or overcrowded and claustrophobic. It might be hard to believe that your tiny home could feel anything other than what you’re experiencing now – can it really feel bigger? Do people really complain that their house is too small?
However, the way that you decorate the interior of your home is crucial to how spacious or cramped it feels, and if you’re someone who is worrying about how close everything feels in your home, there is a simple solution that you can implement – colour.
The smell of a well-cooked meal is often at the heart of the home; there is a reason that a home smelling of baking bread sells faster than one that has no smell at all, after all. There’s a myriad of products available to make this kitchen magic happen. Choosing the right product, or even knowing what you need in the first place is the hard part.