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Posts from January 2017

Bathrooms are famous for being small rooms that do a lot of work. And whether you have your bathroom to yourself or share it with the rest of your family, you’ll need space to store bottles and jars, towels and robes, medicines and makeup, not to mention the usual bathroom supplies and cleaning materials. All while keeping your bathroom functional. 
 
Bathroom storage is a hot topic and in today’s blog, we love to point out an area that’s often forgotten when it comes to storage: corners. 
There’s nothing more off-putting than a freshly cleaned bathroom that still looks grimy. You know what we’re talking about, right? Tiles that don’t reflect the light and grout lines that are grey veering towards black don’t make a great impression on anyone. 
Many people automatically choose light colours for their bathroom walls, aiming for a bright, relaxed space that feels airy and larger than it is. But there is something to be said for painting your bathroom walls a rich, dark colour or choosing darker tiles, because it can give your bathroom a very cosy feel. It doesn’t have to be the deep green so favoured by our Victorian forbears, either. 
It’s early morning. You’re getting ready for work and – as usual when you’re running behind – you can’t find a thing. Not your contacts, not your hair bands, not your watch or makeup brushes. Instead, you go through mountains of bathroom clutter. You search through magazines, rifle through a whole pot full of cosmetic samples and turn out a box of hair accessories, only conscious of time passing. Multiply by the number of family members sharing your bathroom, all faced with the same problem, and you’re now truly late. 
 
Bathroom clutter is a reality we’re all familiar with, but it doesn’t really have to be that way!