Having a bright bathroom space is one of the most commonly overlooked aspects of bathroom design and can be one of the most important. After all, bright and airy spaces make us feel better and more awake whereas the typical dark and dreary room would have a lot of us feeling down with a face caked in clumsily applied make up.
Water usage around the home can be categorised as both direct and indirect. Direct water usage is conscious use of water around the home, be that turning the tap on or taking a shower. Indirect water usage is the water needed to produce the goods or services that you buy on a day to day basis. Whilst it can be difficult to lower our indirect water usage, reducing the amount of water we consume in the home can be a simple task.
Buying a shower enclosure for your bathroom can often be a tricky task. More often than not, the vast array of different shapes, styles and sizes can leave people feeling overwhelmed and confused as to what shower enclosure would be the most suitable choice.
None of us can resist the luxury of stepping out of a warm bath or shower and wrapping ourselves in a soft fluffy towel, after all hopping out into the cold can dampen the relaxing experience we look forward to at the end of a long day.
As much as we love our ‘better half' you may have noticed that disputes are often caused in shared spaces, and the bathroom is no exception. No stranger to the morning routine dispute, you know the one where ‘us females’ get moaned at for leaving our make-up and toiletries on the basin top, when ‘he’ has the audacity to shave and leave hairs in the sink or the toilet seat open?
The art of mosaic has been around for as long as time can remember. The earliest known examples of mosaic art were found in Mesopotamia and were dated to the 3rd millennium BC, making it one of the longest standing forms of artistic expression and design. As an art form, mosaic consists of arranging small pieces of coloured stone, glass or other materials into images, shapes, patterns and designs.
A blocked bath or shower drain is one of the most common problems you’ll come across in the everyday use of your bathroom. If it’s completely blocked and the water simply isn’t draining, you can forget that nice hot bath or shower you were looking forward to.
Cleaning mould from your bathroom or wet room walls, tiles or grout is never an easy task, however large or small the room. Because of this, cleaning the bathroom can often get neglected, paving the way for the build-up of nasty mould and mildew. Here’s a quick guide on how you can both remove it with ease and prevent it from returning in the future
Introducing the next generation of showering to hit the UK, a digital wireless control system which could eliminate the need for bathroom taps in the future. This exciting digital range provides the ultimate bathing and shower experience thanks to superior technological advances bought to you by innovative bathroom brand leader, Crosswater.
Love it or hate it, open-plan bedrooms-bathrooms have become an architectural trend. Often found at loft level, open plan bedroom-bathrooms are plunging into new depths, sinking into lower levels of the modern home.
In order to improve the bathroom experience for all, there are certain rules and a particular etiquette that must be adhered to at all times. Until now, the right behaviours within a bathroom have been largely undocumented and have been subtly passed on from generation to generation.
Here at Drench, we appreciate innovation and fantastic ideas, however great or small. In recent years, the focus on being environmentally friendly has grown substantially, opening the doors to methods of recycling waste materials and breathing new life into tired items. This is the process of upcycling. Upcycling is defined as the ‘process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value’.