It’s an age-old debate. To shower or to bathe, which is better? Everyone loves a long soak in the tub with bubbles and a soothing drink, but there’s no denying that showers are much more convenient and often feel like they’re doing a better job of keeping you clean. But there are many different health aspects to both that you may not have considered.
With the UK in the midst of a second lockdown, you might be thinking about some of the home improvements you can be doing right now. DIY and home improvements skyrocketed during the first lockdown back in March, with research suggesting that households were spending an average of £4,000 on home improvements during lockdown.
Keeping your bathroom clean can be a real chore, what with scrubbing out the dirt that collects between tiles, getting rid of the mold that inevitably grows near the window, and, of course, wiping the toothpaste flecks off the mirror when you have guests coming around to visit. Take a look at the following cleaning hacks to make sure your bathroom is left gleaming and cleaner than it has ever been!
Have you always wanted to know why you sound better when you sing in the shower? Do you want to improve your knowledge of other well-known bathroom phenomena and discover the science behind these mundane aspects of life? Well, read on to find all of the answers you’re looking for, as we take a look at the world of strange bathroom occurrences.
Most years, the UK suffers from difficult weather in the winter months. There could be heavy snows in December or torrential storms in the New Year on their way. It’s sensible to protect your home against further bouts of extreme weather whilst you still have time this autumn. With winter quickly on its way, here are five suggestions for keeping your home cosy and warm.
Renovating your bathroom can be a very rewarding project, it will modernise your home and even add value to the property. More than half of homeowners choose to update their bathroom as one of the first projects after buying a home. If your bathroom looks dated, it’s a great excuse to install a new en-suite or add those finishing touches that will transform its overall appearance.
Your bathroom is one of the areas in your house that you should most enjoy spending time in. There are few things more relaxing than running a hot bath, placing some scented candles around its perimeter, and sinking below the water with a good book in hand and a glass of wine beside you, and that’s why its surroundings should be conducive to pure pleasure.
Yet nothing will ruin the feeling of relaxation more quickly than looking up at a ceiling of peeling paint and old, outdated décor. If the latter is an experience you’re familiar with, it’s probably time to update your interior styling, and monochrome is one of the most popular and enduring bathroom trends around.
Here at Panararmer, it’s fair to say that bathroom design is one of our specialisms. Creating beautiful spaces made with you in mind, we understand exactly how to bring to life your perfect interior aesthetic.
When you are considering what kind of tiling to choose for your new bathroom, travertine might offer an unusual and attractive solution, which you may not have previously considered. But what is travertine and why does it make a good choice for bathroom floor and wall tiles? Here’s a helpful overview and guide.