Do you keep all of your bathroom essentials in boxes, hidden away in your bathroom cabinet? Well, don’t! Ceramic bowls, glass vases and apothecary jars are just a few household items that can be used to display your bath salts, soap, brushes… and everything else. Here’s some visual inspiration to help you get started.
Moving into a house and finding yourself short on décor essentials to make it a home is very frustrating. That’s even more true if your budget is limited and you can’t afford everything you need or want. You then should decide what you can and can’t live without
Gone are the days when a bathroom was just a bathroom. Nowadays bathrooms have become a sanctuary and an oasis for comfort and relaxation; and the introduction of furniture pieces into the bathroom area adds to the overall experience of enjoying the space.
Many of us have “war-stories” about renovating bathrooms, whether from our experiences or from other’s experiences – and hindsight is 20-20. Geberit would like to offer some suggestions before renovating, which aims to take some of the guess-work out of bathroom refurbishments.
There’s no better place to relax in your home than in your bathroom. Often referred to as the inner sanctuary of the home, the bathroom of today serves a far greater function than that of its predecessor. No longer used for just basic hygiene, today’s bathroom is a space where one spends hours relaxing and unwinding after a stressful day. As such the basic elements used to design and shape the character of the bathroom are more dynamic than ever before
The hot, wet and steamy conditions present in any bathroom don’t make it the ideal location in which to hang art or wallpaper the walls, which means that décor options are often seriously limited. Up until recently, the only way of adding unique features into these wet areas was by introducing mosaics, tiles or painting the walls
There was a time when neat tiles with complementary cabinetry and a mirror on the wall were enough for your bathroom. Today tells a different story as home owners are now in favour of adding feature walls that make a statement. Experts attribute this trend to people wanting to create personalised spaces throughout the home.
Saint Thomas Aquinas, a medieval theologian, once said: “Sorrow can be alleviated by good sleep, a bath and a glass of wine.” Gone are the days where bath time was simply for getting clean. More and more people, from all walks of life, use this time to soak themselves in serenity, submerging deeper into tranquillity and feeling a total rejuvenation.