Small bathrooms can often feel like they were crammed into a house as an afterthought, and sometimes have limited natural light and a lot of fixtures to squeeze into limited space. These tips will help you maximise the space you have got and create the illusion that the smallest room is much larger than it actually is. Continue Reading »
Making changes in your house can give you a whole new perspective on your living space and reignite your love affair with your interiors. However, updating your décor doesn’t have to be a huge job and you don’t have to do it all at once; sometimes just changing one room can give your whole house a new lease of life. If you want to start small, the best place to update is the bathroom, whether it’s a few minor details or a total overhaul.
Let’s take a look at what’s on trend for bathrooms in 2020. Continue Reading »
Is your home in need of an update? Refreshing the décor throughout your house is a big job, but it can feel a lot easier if you break it down by taking it on room by room. We’ve already looked at colour considerations but let’s take a look now at some of the must-have design trends that will give your bathroom, bedroom and kitchen an incredible new look. Continue Reading »
Venetian plaster is a desired option for wall finishes, but increasingly the ancient form of Moroccan plaster known as tadelakt is becoming increasingly popular. But what exactly are the differences between tadelakt and Venetian plaster?
In this article, we’ll look at their similarities and differences to help you get a better understanding and make the right choice for your home. Continue Reading »
Tadelakt is a traditional, lime-based plastering technique that has been used in Morocco for thousands of years. The ancient finish is also becoming a popular feature for Western bathrooms and wet rooms. The natural tadelakt plaster made from water-resistant Marrakech lime can be used indoors and outdoors. It’s particularly suitable for covering walls, ceilings, and shower enclosures in bathrooms. Continue Reading »