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3 Signs You Need to Renovate Your Bathroom

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Renovating the bathroom can be a costly and disruptive job that some people put off having done. However there come a point where no matter how much repainting or rearranging you do it really is time to take the plunge and plan that new bathroom.

Here are just three signs that it might be time to renovate your bathroom.

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Creating a bathroom that grows with your family

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Creating a bathroom that will grow with your family can be something of a challenge. Whilst you might be inclined to use child friendly fittings, your babies won’t always be little and as they grow up you don’t really want to be left with a bathroom that is full of fixtures that are no longer quite as practical as they once were.

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How to Create a Bathroom Design That Works for Both Adults and Kids

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Sharing a bathroom with your children can be challenging. Whilst you may want a relaxing, luxurious space in which to unwind, it is important to bear in mind the need to make your bathroom a practical space that works for your children as well.

With some careful consideration to the design of your bathroom it is entirely possible to create a space where both adults and kids can co-exist harmoniously.

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4 things never to forget

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Whether you are moving into a new home or you are redecorating your current property, there are many things to consider when it comes to your bathroom or wetroom. From the space you have available to the functionality of the bathroom, there is a lot that needs to be thought about. You should never dive right in. Instead, make sure you consider the following four points first:

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