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E&T Horizons introduces a new line from ThermoMat Italy that includes an extended range of designer shower and bathroom safety accessories marketed by Design By Intent®. With the aging in place movement more and more Americans are staying in their homes longer, and this necessitates products for the changing physical needs of older adults.

“E&T Horizons vision is to carve a new niche in the shower and bathroom safety market with products that are not only functional, but also sleek and beautiful.” stated Terri Gelman, CEO and owner of E&T Horizons, LLC. We firmly believe there is a void in the

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Bathroom Renovations Sydney | Oxford Bathrooms Sydney

As a bathroom specialist, Oxford Bathrooms provides complete bathroom packages that suit your budget and style.

Sydney, NSW – October 02, 2020 – Oxford Bathrooms is one of the leading bathroom specialists in Sydney, building beautiful, functional bathrooms with outstanding customer service standards. We care about giving you a seamless renovation experience and offer you expert advice at every stage of your building process.

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When asked about their service, the spokesperson of the company said, “Our ever-growing repertoire of contemporary, quality and innovative bathroom designs have earned us our excellent reputation and several industry awards. We offer a range of bathroom renovation packages that make your bathroom renovation an easy and affordable process. We will send one of our experienced Bathroom Designers to assess your bathroom and suggest the best ways to improve its functionality. We make the process of bathroom renovations in

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Thinking of renovating your bathroom? Do this first.
Thinking of renovating your bathroom? Do this first. (Shutterstock)

But to ensure the results meet your expectations, you’ll want to do some planning ahead of time. Enter our bathroom remodel checklist.

1. Plan Your Design

While professional bathroom remodelers will be able to help you make structural decisions, it’s wise for you to know ahead of time what you’d like the end result to look like. Do a little brainstorming to come up with concrete ideas, like, “I’d like a freestanding tub and separate shower,” or “I prefer a pedestal sink to a drop-in model.”

Browse sites like Pinterest for inspiration

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Be sure your remodel goes smoothly with our bathroom renovation checklist.
Be sure your remodel goes smoothly with our bathroom renovation checklist. (Shutterstock)

But to make sure the end results are tailored to your needs, you’ll want to do some planning before contacting professional bathroom remodelers. Here’s what to do.

1. Plan Your Design

While professional bathroom remodelers will be able to help you make structural decisions, it’s wise for you to know ahead of time what you’d like the end result to look like. Do a little brainstorming to come up with concrete ideas, like, “I’d like a freestanding tub and separate shower,” or “I prefer a pedestal sink to a drop-in

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Be sure to take these five steps before contacting a professional bathroom remodeler.
Be sure to take these five steps before contacting a professional bathroom remodeler. (Shutterstock)

But to ensure the results are as you hoped, you’ll want to do some planning ahead of time. Take these five steps before contacting a pro.

1. Plan Your Design

While professional bathroom remodelers will be able to help you make structural decisions, it’s wise for you to know ahead of time what you’d like the end result to look like. Do a little brainstorming to come up with concrete ideas, like, “I’d like a freestanding tub and separate shower,” or “I prefer a pedestal sink

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Keystone Bathrooms is the Leading Bathroom Design and Supply Service Provider in Bristol and Surrounding Areas

Bristol, GB – Bathrooms are important, and as a personal space, it needs to mirror the style and sense of sophistication of the user. To get the best bathroom installation, one needs to rely on two important things, the best craftsmanship, as well as the best materials. The team at Keystone Bathrooms take these two factors seriously and make sure that members of the community are presented with the best services to get them the bathroom of their dreams.

With years of experience in the industry and being the trusted partner of over 50 regional developers for bathrooms across Southern and South West England and Wales, Keystone Bathrooms has a reputation that precedes them. The company focuses on client satisfaction and continues to push hard to make sure that everything the client needs to get the bathroom job done is provided.

Describing the company and the zeal that has kept

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When it comes to home upgrades that add value and wow factor, kitchens and bathrooms remain the two rooms we typically want to update. An underperforming bathroom or kitchen can be a real bugbear. With so much choice out there in design styles and a huge range of prices too, it’s important to get it right.

In part four of our Switch it Up series, we talk to three experts who explain how to plan and design these essential rooms, as well as the trends to look out for.

Achieving bathroom bliss

A big airy space with room for a bath, big shower and double vanity is the dream. However, says Susan McGowan, creative director with Ashen and Cloud, the real essentials are a WC, wash-hand basin and a shower. If you can fit a bath, it’s a luxury, so the trick is to plan your refit properly and dress

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As with most good designers, Jessica Geller and Virginia Toledo of Toledo Geller begin every project by getting to know their clients as best they can. When they were hired to design a bathroom for a retired couple in New Jersey, Geller recalls, one of the things she asked was “Where are you dying to travel next?” The answer—Morocco—would prove to be the underlying thread for the entire renovation, which consisted of turning a small bathroom and drab spare room into a Moroccan oasis right in their home—with plenty of functional details hidden under the breathtaking design.



a room with a sink and a mirror: Designers Jessica Geller and Virginia Toledo transformed a drab room into a dreamy and super functional bathroom for clients in New Jersey.


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Designers Jessica Geller and Virginia Toledo transformed a drab room into a dreamy and super functional bathroom for clients in New Jersey.

The bathroom’s most noticeable element is likely the dramatic arches, which were born of a practical layout concern: “Knowing that she really wanted that bathtub to be the

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We could look at walk in shower ideas all day long, they are just so dreamy! They used to be something we would just lust over, assuming they were reserved for massive bathrooms and luxury homes BUT we have been proven wrong by these gorgeous rooms. Turns out a walk-in shower can work in a smaller bathroom too, in fact, they are a great choice for a small space because you cut out the bulky tray and enclosure. They can also work with any style and you can now get some really budget-friendly designs.



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So just keep scrolling to see how you can make your walk in shower dreams come true, and for more bathroom ideas check out our full feature. 

1. Add a stylish partition to a walk in shower

In larger bathrooms, a partition for a walk in shower might not be

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The bathroom is one of the most purely functional rooms in the home, but for many people, their bathroom doesn’t function well at all — especially if it’s very small. If you’re struggling to make a small bathroom work for you, or if you’ve got space but no built-in storage features like drawers, cabinets or an under-sink area, these tips and product recommendations from professional organizers can help you get the bathroom of your dreams…or at least close to it!

“As always, the number one suggestions for living in small spaces of all sorts is to get rid of everything you no longer need, use, want or love,” Ann Lightfoot, a professional organizer and co-founder of Done and Done Home, says. She notes that nothing should be stored in a bathroom that won’t be used this year, and takes a hard line with her clients when it comes to casting

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