Staircase Understairs. Monday , October 08th , 2018 - 17:13:20 PM
For making a staircase, various kinds of materials are used. One can opt for metal, wood, or stone. In the case of conventional houses, one can either choose stone or wood for the staircase and for the modern homes, one can go for glass or metal. One needs to ensure that the material chosen suits the interior design of the house. The durability of the chosen material must also be considered. Poor quality materials must not be used for making staircases.
'The majority of bathroom brochures show spaces the size of a ballroom,' says Robin Levien of Ideal Standard. 'In reality, the average bathroom in the UK is around the size of a king-size bed, so it's essential to make the most of every inch.' Compact ceramics ranges can be a real boon. 'Basins that are wider than they are deep can solve all kinds of problems,' continues Robin. 'And a corner toilet cistern can allow you to have a mini en-suite in the corner of a bedroom, with a shower, basin and toilet all in the space of a regular corner bath. Or choose a compact tub, which can free up room for something else.' Check out the Space and Concept ranges by Ideal Standard.
Despite being a major traffic thoroughfare, when it comes to design and decoration, staircases are one of the most frequently overlooked areas of a home,' says Hugo Tugman, architectural expert from Architect Your Home. 'As it's often the first thing people see when they walk through your front door, your staircase's visual impact can reflect upon the entire property.'
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