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bathroom

365 Objects Of Design

Freestanding Bath

30th December 2014
freestanding bathtube concrete wall from westonebathrooms.com

It’s still the holidays so perhaps, now things have calmed down a bit, you can finally sink in to a bath for that relaxing soak you’ve been promising yourself all week if only you had the time. But you probably won’t get round to it. I know I never do. I look at that beautiful…

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Mad About . . .

Mad About Marble

7th August 2014
marble and grey kitchne stylecarrot.com

The Milan furniture fair always results in a flood of information about the latest trends and what we should all be looking out for, saving up for and generally, dreaming of. It seems to me though that the most coherent trend to ever emerge is for everyone to agree that there is no trend. For…

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Design Shopper

How To Create The Perfect Bathroom

1st May 2012

Bathing has been fashionable since the 3rd century and yet, for some reason, most modern bathrooms are squeezed into the tiniest spot available, often without even a window to relieve the gloom, and the ensuing mould. Househunters will regularly rule out a possible purchase because the bathroom was so grotty, although countless surveys have found…

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Mad About . . .

Mad About . . . Metropolitan Line Luggage Racks

8th February 2012

Remember the old days of the London Underground? Fusty smoke-filled carriages, soot in the air and, for those on the Metropolitan Line, the high-backed seats with the luggage racks above? The London Transport Museum has salvaged a few of those 1960s racks from decommissioned trains and they will be available to buy from March 2012.…

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