Splashbacks are usually installed in the kitchen and bathroom. So, why would you consider having one in your walk-in wardrobe? Clothes can't spill, but any liquid-like cosmetics, nail polish, perfume, hair gel and so on could. No matter how careful you try to be, accidents can still happen and send droplets onto the nearby wall. A splashback can save your wardrobe from an unintended mess. Cosmetics Can Spill and Splatter
28 December 2022
Here are two situations in which you should consider replacing your side-hinged wardrobe doors with sliding doors. Your current wardrobe doors are uncomfortably heavy If your current side-hinged wardrobe doors are very heavy and you struggle to open them because, for example, you have arthritis or another health issue that affects your grip strength or arm strength, then it might be time to get a set of sliding doors for this wardrobe.
28 June 2022
Shower screens are one of the most underappreciated elements of a bathroom's design. However, if you choose the perfect one, it can offer style, colour and individuality to your home. Here are five shower screen styles that you may incorporate into your bathroom door design regardless of your budget. 1. Frameless Shower Screens That Fit Ceiling To Floor You can achieve an uncluttered look in your bathroom with a full-length shower screen that does not compete with any of the other features in your bathroom by installing one without a frame.
22 February 2022