Imagine you receive a sudden request from an old friend who you haven’t seen for ages – they’re passing through town and was hoping to stop by for a cup of tea and a chat. You rush around and prepare your best china, lay out a new tablecloth and then the thought hits you: what about your bathroom?
Training your toddler to use the bathroom is a sign that they are growing up, so get ready to embrace this new chapter in their life and show them the ropes!
Toddlers are renowned for their temper tantrums, so we know that training your tot to use the bathroom is no easy feat.
Do you dream of a life where you can step out of the tub and not land in the toilet? Where legs no longer bear bruises of collisions with the bath panel?
This is in fact the harsh reality for people with small bathrooms around the world.
Warning: those with a spacious bathroom may find this article somewhat distressing.
We know that bath lovers can be any age, and for the little ones who understand the overwhelming joy of a great bathroom, only the best will do!
Styling up a bathroom for kids is such an exciting opportunity to have fun with colours, decoration, and themes. So sit back and relax while we take you through some of our top suggestions.
The great thing about decorating smaller spaces is that you can be brave and bold with your design. If you’ve got an unusual design idea you’d love to try out, then a small space is the perfect place to experiment.
What does your loo say about you? As it turns out, quite a lot! It might be the smallest room in the house, but your cloakroom bathroom (or downstairs toilet) is probably seen by more of your guests than your main WC.
Bathing has been considered a relaxing and calming activity since, well, pretty much forever (we’re talking as far back as Cleopatra, who regularly indulged in a soothing milk bath)! If history has taught us anything, it’s that there are very few things that soothe...