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7 ideas for choosing your best bathroom tiles

We fully understand the appeal and excitement that comes with a design/renovation project. Take the case of bathrooms: whether you’re sprucing up your existing one or building/designing a brand-new bathroom, there’s a range of decisions you’ll need to make – including what tiles you will be using (and why) and which ones you’ll be avoiding. But while some may deem this as the perfect little decorating project (perhaps even the chance to flex their DIY muscles), others might feel overwhelmed by the various tiles’ different designs, colours, sizes, patterns, etc. Relax – homify’s got this…

1. Pick your focal feature first




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1. Pick your focal feature first

What do you imagine to be your ‘wow’ piece in your new bathroom? A free-standing, claw-foot tub? A luxurious walk-in shower? How about your backsplash behind your vanity / mirror?

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5 stunning minimalist bathroom ideas

Looking for minimalist bathroom ideas? Are you yearning for a clutter free, sleek lined bathroom that sparks joy? Aren’t we all. To successfully create it though, you need to be happy to have less (or to hide your clutter), as bits and bobs lying about does not make for a pared-back modern bathroom. So first things first, it’s time for a clear-out and let these five fabulous looks be your motivation. You’ve got this, we believe you can achieve the minimalist bathroom of your dreams…



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1. Use marble to create serene light filled space

How gorgeous is this bathroom? Not only is it minimal, but it shows you how to create this look when space is tight. The mini bath is a great shape and it looks perfect sitting on the large marble floor tiles

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Spa Bathroom Ideas: What you need to turn your bathroom into a spa

CNN Underscored has interviewed experts to find the best options to help you cope during this uncertain time. Find all our coronavirus-related coverage here, and let us know your thoughts here.

Whether you’re stuck inside under self-quarantine, working from home, or a courageous essential worker, one thing this pandemic has definitely caused is a lot of stress.

There are plenty of ways to release some stress, even if you are cooped up inside. You can exercise at home, play video games, or have yourself a spa day right in the comfort of your own bathroom.

And with lots of items on the market that bring the spa experience straight to your home, that’s easier than ever. Find the right stuff and soon enough, you’ll be able to have a soothing, Zen experience in your own bathroom.

To help you get that pampered feeling anywhere, we’ve rounded up a

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Small bathroom storage ideas | CNN Underscored

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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Bathroom Ideas – Which?

Your bathroom or shower room needs to be functional and practical, but good design can also turn it into a haven where you can relax and unwind. 

Read on for our tips on how to strike the right balance and find out the average cost of a new bathroom.

Whether your bathroom is spacious or bijoux, you’ll want to get the best for your money. Our guide will give you all the guidance you will need during the planning process:

Visit our guide to the best bathroom companies to find out which scored highly for quality, durability and value for money. We’ve reviewed big bathroom including Bathstore, B&Q, Soak, Ideal Standard, Roca, Victoria Plum and Twyford Bathrooms

Bathroom designs

Bathrooms come in all shapes and sizes, as do the budgets to create them. Whether you’re putting together an en suite from scratch or revamping a

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Small Kitchen Ideas – Which?

Wouldn’t it be great if all our kitchens were as big as those gracing glossy magazines and TV screens? In reality, many of us have to make do with a kitchen that’s far more compact than we would like.

But with a little planning, there’s plenty you can do to transform your small kitchen into a beautiful but practical space that works for you.

If you want to invest in a new kitchen, find out which are the best and worst fitted kitchen brands, as rated by thousands of customers.

How to get a small kitchen design right

Whether you’re designing from scratch or improving what you already have, start by thinking about how you use your kitchen so you can shape the layout to fit your lifestyle. For example:

  • do you need more worktop space?
  • which gadgets or utensils do you use regularly?
  • can you move easily between
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Small bathroom storage ideas

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!



a close up of a refrigerator: White 2-Drawer Mesh Organizer


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White 2-Drawer Mesh Organizer



Moen Hotel-Style Towel Shelf With Towel Bar


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Moen Hotel-Style Towel Shelf With Towel Bar

Small bathroom storage ideas

“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

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20 Simple Tattoo Ideas To Inspire Your Next Design

You have a lot of options when it comes to deciding what to get for your next, or first, tattoo. From tiny tats to bold and colorful pieces, the sky is the limit with this art form. And if you’re looking for a simple tattoo, the designs can run the gamut, so Bustle spoke with artists to hear how they define “simple tattoo,” why it doesn’t just mean small, and who it might be good for.

Alysha Howard of Ink and Dagger Tattoo says that, for her, a simple tattoo isn’t just something small — though it can be — but rather, something that requires only one machine and takes less than an hour to do. “‘Simple’ for me are line work designs, lettering — like typewriter-style or anything without varying thickness — and shapes,” she says.

Royal Heritage Tattoo’s Huka recommends flowers, bugs, and landscapes in addition to line

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Where do ideas come from?

By Morf Morford

Tacoma Daily Index

Good artists copy and great artists steal. – Picasso *

Ideas don’t come out of nothing. It would be easy to make the case that every idea and invention, from toilets to software to music or smart phones or even printing or gunpowder came from somewhere else.

The concept of patents and copyrights, for example, is relatively new.

Shakespeare made a regular practice of lifting other people’s stories or adapting familiar tales into his plays.

We have a mythology of the solo entrepreneur, the solitary genius and creative team that invents and develops what no one else could.

There is a near-industry of these “creatives,” from Steve Jobs to Thomas Edison and many more.

But the reality is very different; ideas and concepts are stolen, lifted, adapted, reconfigured, reframed and marketed in different ways constantly.

Even Picasso’s famous

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