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JML has given the term â€œslippery when wetâ€ a new meaning with the launch of its new Plushy bathmat.
Using a new type of material it means that the wetter the bathmat becomes the more resistant it is. With retailers such as Asda, Homebase and Robert Dyas queuing up to stock the product it is likely to become a best seller this spring: Developed by the consumer brand, the bathmat uses a nitrile rubber base, often favoured by supermarkets for its resistance. Lab testing found that when wet it becomes six times more resistant, meaning you can feel totally safe and secure in your bathroom. Itâ€™s also really absorbent â€“ holding up to two litres of water; it means you donâ€™t have to worry about damp, squishy mats when you emerge from the shower. The deep, thick microfibres of the Plushy set it apart from others. Itâ€™s designed to be very soft and quick-drying. With a gorgeous, velvety feel, stepping out of the shower has never been such an indulgence. The tough Plushy bathmat also has a sensitive side: itâ€™s machine washable and comes in five different colours.
Retails at Â£11.99 from JML online, ASDA, Homebase and Robert Dyas.
For further information about JMLâ€™s Plushy bathmat, please visit the website.
The bathroom is a place for relaxation and tranquility, as echoed in evitavonniâ€™s new bathroom design at their â€˜Lifestyle Galleryâ€™ in Surrey.
The scheme features serene shades of calming whites, designed by bathroom specialist Johanna Bush, one of evitavonniâ€™s
team of interior designers.
The all white palette has a light and spacious feel, creating a visual rest from bright colours.
The Fired Earth summer sale runs from June 13th to July 12th and thereâ€™s up to 50% off selected tiles and bathrooms!
This sale is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of fabulous savings on beautiful wall and floor tiles, bathroom collections, kitchens and wood flooring.
The hot seasonal savings include: Up to 50% off tiles* and bathrooms* 25% off kitchens* Up to 25% off wood flooring.
Gold taps are a token gesture by comparison. If you really want to wallow in luxury, go for a big tin tub. A pure Gold one! Well, pure Gold Leaf.
This magnificent piece takes bath-time to another level – when you sink into this to wash all your cares away, itâ€™s more than probable, you can bask in the fact that you havenâ€™t got any.
Worked from solid tin and available with a Gold Leaf exterior or, if you prefer something a little less ostentatious, Silver Leaf. Glorious!
C.P. Hart, the leading UK bathroom retailer, has introduced Wet-Dec, which brings an innovative new design for wet rooms.
You can now confidently transform your bathroom into a spacious, modern and stylish wet room, as the Wet-Dec system completely eliminates the potential for water leakage and costly repairs.
Wet-Dec offers a watertight, robust and cost-effective solution to wet room installation, that can be fitted faster and more easily than other structures currently on offer.
Ripples the award-winning bathroom designers have launched the ultimate in bathroom flooring with their stunning Bisazza Gold Tiles, which make a dramatic statement, very much in keeping with the trend in 2007 for gold and luxury.
These gorgeous floor tiles are a composition of hand applied 24-carat gold leaf between two layers of Murano glass.
Every luxurious individual tile is skilfully hand-cut to the required size and there is a choice of a flat finish or crumbled gold leaf effect, to help you create a sensational bathroom!
Now that the Uk has fallen out of love with bathroom carpets – what are the alternatives? Well, there’s vinyl, tiles or stone – but not wood.
Suggest wooden floors in a bathroom and you’re likely to be met with much sucking of teeth. “Oooh I wouldn’t do that – you’ll get shrinkage or cupping, gapping or splitting. It’s the humidity you see…”