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You may have heard the term ‘future-proofing’ before, but have you ever considered its benefits? Simply, when you future-proof something, you design it so that it will continue to be useful or successful in the future if things change. The term is particularly...
Modern suites are generally white with chrome fittings. Many modern bathrooms in Edinburgh are tiled with neutral stone tiles, although some older ones hark back to Victorian and Edwardian elegance with stark monochrome tiling patterns, and brass fittings which can be polished to high sheen.
Despite the fact that bathrooms aren’t something you install everyday there are still fashions that people follow and as we design and install lots of bathrooms in Edinburgh we see the same requests coming up time and time again.
Choosing a full-service bathroom company to plan and install your new bathroom in Edinburgh removes the stress involved in home renovation. Allowing a company with a great reputation to look after planning and project management enables you to have peace of mind that...
Smart homes are the latest trend. The options for gadgets that make life simpler and are controlled remotely seem endless. More and more of these gadgets are now appearing in bathrooms in Edinburgh, with people renovating old bathrooms now frequently choosing tech features to improve functionality in their existing space.
Changing the colour scheme is one the best ways of getting the feel you want into your bathroom. A bright bathroom can really lift the feel of your house. You don’t even need to paint walls, you can achieve the same effect by painting the bath a bold colour, adding floral wallpaper or accessorising with bright colours.
Baths have gone beyond functional and are now often used as a focal point in bathrooms in Edinburgh. They can be a real statement piece of furniture, from modern curvy designs to vintage clawfoot tubs. Some bathrooms, however, would benefit more from a fixed piece that looks smart but saves space.
You’ve decided it’s time for a new bathroom and of course the first thing you do is arm yourself with a pile of brochures of luxury bathrooms and suites and spend a few cosy evenings planning your dream bathroom. Or you tour a few Edinburgh bathroom showrooms and see what takes your fancy.