I’ve been looking to kit out a small bathroom for a while now and found that plumbers merchants can do better prices and often products than going to a mainstream bathroom specialist or large DIY outlet.
I started off speaking to Wickes and then headed to B&Q. Wickes has some nice bathroom furniture, toilets, vanities, cupboards and splash walls but was beyond the budget I had planned. And then B&Q had an amazing design service, sadly didn’t have the products I wanted.
I started to look online and I found a fabulous retailer who I won’t name as they’ve got appalling reviews. I called them up and asked them if they genuinely had items in stock and they said yes. And so I decided to do a test of order with them but my credit …
While I religiously recycle in the kitchen, all my good intentions go to pot in the bathroom. So I decided to get recycling upstairs too. Only issue is who has space for a recycling bin in the bathroom – you know one of those metal two or three bucket bin in the bathroom? And frankly, they look rather unattractive too. Now in the kitchen I had my three compartment recycling bin and my normal bin, and this was overkill, so I changed to two of the same bin and we recycle in one and rest of the waste goes in the other. I wanted to replicate this upstairs by buying two of the same bin, this time in white or perspex. Specifically I wanted square bins to leave no gaps like round, oval…Read more
They have Egyptian Cotton Bath Towels (£4.99). I tried out a couple and the value is good, especially with the larger towels. While they are 100% cotton, they are more functional than luxurious, as they aren’t super fluffy, but frankly those towels take longer to dry in my opinion. The Egyptian Cotton Bath Sheet is £6.99 and the Hand Towel is £2.99. I got the blue, but saw cream in the store too and there is a range of colours.
The bedroom range comes in next Thursday and I got a sneak peak of the photographic duvet set (from £9.99), an on-trend winter-themed bedding set, available …