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Monthly Archives: March 2009

Bathroom Wall Covering Advice – Dezine Tip of the Day

Bathroom Wall Covering Advice – Dezine Tip of the Day

It often comes down to budget in the bathroom as there are so many fittings to choose that they often take up all your decoration budget and you are left with the cheapest and most popular bathroom wall covering – Paint! There is nothing wrong with paint, in fact it is a great product for bathroom walls, especially if you want to freshen up the look of your bathroom in five years time, a new coat of paint will do wonders. If you want o learn more about bathroom wall covering ideas and advice visit Bathroom Wall Coverings Ideas

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Electrical and Lighting Needs for Bathrooms – Dezine Tip of the Day

Electrical and Lighting Needs for Bathrooms – Dezine Tip of the Day

As bathrooms are often tiled, getting the correct placement for your electrical sockets and light switches is vital as once the wall is tiled, it is very difficult to add more in at a later date. Careful consideration to what you need and how you will use your bathroom need to be planned and reviewed, ensuring you remember all your electrical and lighting requirements. Write yourself a checklist of all the electrical fittings going into the bathroom, the light fittings and where and how you will use them. Then you won’t forget to add an electrical socket for your hair dryer! Read more on electrical planning for your bathroom.

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