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Getting That Ensuite Finish You'll Love


There’s nothing classier than an en suite bathroom. That additional little space right next to the bedroom where you can install a closed shower, toilet and basin can feel like a proper luxury in a UK home, especially as many of the houses across the country do not feature an en suite. Usually, these are resolved for hotels and new build houses, so to be able to have the option to install one in your own home doesn’t just boost your house value, it can boost your own self-esteem.


If you are lucky enough to have the space in your home for an en suite on the master bedroom, grab the chance with both hands. Not only do you get to plan the colour scheme, shower type and metal tile trim finishes, you get to decide whether to be really extravagant and add underfloor heating, a clawfoot tub and a heated towel rail. Each of these little luxuries pushes your house value right up while giving you a real sense of achievement with every new installation. Your en suite should have a touch of your personal style as well as a theme that reflects the ambience of peace and relaxation that any bathroom should have. The big question to ask yourself is what you should consider when installing your en suite into your home? We’ve got some exciting ways to finish yours off, so that you can really get the best out of the space.

Colours
Your en suite should be viewed as an extension of your master bedroom. If your bedroom is decorated in hues of indigo and cream, with an opulent and thick carpet, you should aim for a similar colour scheme in your bathroom. You don’t want it to match exactly, but sticking to the colour palette can really make it look like it belongs there.

Privacy
The main family bathroom is for everyone in the house, but the en suite is just for you. It should be a sanctuary that reflects your own tastes, whether that’s a light-up celebrity mirror or a sleek vanity unit with built-in hair dryers.

Sleek Style
You don’t have to have set foot in a boutique bathroom in a hotel to know that statement tubs and bold curtains are a feature. Stand-alone tubs and bold pieces of art will help you get the sleek look you crave.

Partitions
Instead of building your en suite as a separate room, you could follow the partition trend and have your bathroom as part of the bedroom with a freestanding wall in between the sleep space and the wash space. You’d still have tiled floors and lighting to complement, but it wouldn’t have a door attached.

The perfect bathroom should reflect your own style, ideas and likes and it can be as bold or as toned-down as you fancy. Your space needs to be maximised by what you put into it and adding natural plants alongside tall windows gets you that natural look you may crave. Make your en suite a luxury, and you’ll find satisfaction whenever you set foot in the room.



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Adding Value To Your Home? The Top Tips To Help You Do It


Winter can often be the time of year that we start to put more focus on our homes. It might be because we tend to spend more time indoors than we do during the warmer months of the year. We enjoy getting cosy in a our living rooms, enjoying comfort food in our kitchens and relaxing in nice warm baths with lots of bubbles. However, it also highlights where work needs to be done in your home, or inspires you to make some changes. Winter actually is a great time to implement some of those changes. I thought I would share with you some of the top tips to help you do it.

Look at the type of project you want to take on

First of all, you need to think about the type of project you want to take on. Relaxing in your bath may have highlighted how dated the bathroom is starting to look. Eating in your kitchen may have had you thinking that a nice dining area or a different layout to the room could work. The project needs to be something you are enthusiastic about, as it helps to keep you on track with the direction you want to take.

Think about your budget

The next job to tick off would be your budget. Nobody really likes to discuss money or consider spending a lot, but the problem is, with most home interior improvements, they can be quite pricey if you take on larger projects. Looking at your budget and knowing what you can spend will help you to stay on track. It might also be a good idea to ensure that you have some form of contingency fund for bigger projects. This helps to avoid you facing problems with your finances when you are in the middle of a project.


Get some inspiration from all sources

The next thing to think about would be looking for some inspiration of the type of interior project you want to take on. Looking online at websites like Pinterest or Instagram is a great place to start. Often the visual images are enough, but looking at hom interior blogs could shed some light on tips to create particular looks that you are after.

Have the professionals come in to help you out

Not all of us are great at DIY, so if you don’t feel confident in the taking on the project you want to do then don’t be afraid to get the professionals into help you out. Companies like www.milliondollarmakeovers.net.au could be a great consideration. I appreciate that you want to keep the cost down by doing some of the work yourself, but don’t take on things that you are not confident in completing. Making a mistake might end up costing you more.  

Be realistic and try not to stress out too much

Finally, try and be realistic with the time it will take to complete the project. It can be rather stressful, but in time keeping calm is the best course of action to ensure that all work gets completed in a timely manner.




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