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How To Give Your Partner The Bathroom She Really Wants

Face it lads, your partner spends a lot more time in the bathroom over the course of a week than you ever could. While the process of her getting ready might seem like a mystery, there is no denying she works wonders in that space. If you want to give your partner a great present this year, perhaps you might like to consider undertaking some renovations? Most of the suggestions listed on this page are pretty simple, and so you shouldn’t need to employ outside help. However, you might want to ask a mate round to give you a hand if you’re not exactly Mr DIY.

The size of your bathroom will determine which improvements you can make. Those with a small room shouldn’t worry too much though as there are lots of ways you can utilize what you have. It all comes down to performing research online and being creative.

Get rid of those old tiles

Bathroom tiles that have been on the wall for five years or more tend to look a little grubby and dirty. For that reason, you should get rid of yours and put some new ones up as soon as possible. The job might take a couple of days, but it’s very easy. Also, your partner is guaranteed to be impressed by your efforts.

Purchase some large mirrors

While you might spend five minutes brushing your teeth in front of the mirror each day, your partner could spend up to half an hour doing her makeup. With that in mind, purchasing some large new mirrors might go down well. If you can get the ones that contain lights, she will be putty in your hands.

Install new vanity units

Presuming your bathroom space is large enough, you could take a look at popular online retailers like Unique Vanities. There are lots of cheaper alternatives available, but none of them are quite as impressive. Vanity units have always been desirable to women, and your partner is sure to thank you if you decide to make a purchase.

Use a newer boiler

If you have a shower in your bathroom, it might be time to get a new boiler and install it. Modern boilers not only use less energy, but they also provide the hot water you need much more quickly than traditional products. You can even fix them yourself in most instances when problems arise.

Install underfloor heating

Getting underfloor heating for your bathroom might not be as complicated or expensive as you imagine. Unless you have amazing DIY skills though, it’s usually a good idea to call in the professionals. Any company that specializes in providing that service should be able to complete the job in under one day.

With all the ideas and suggestions on this page, you should have no trouble creating a stunning bathroom for your loved one. Just don’t be surprised if you never get to use it as her time in there will almost certainly increase.

Thanks for stopping by today, we’ll see you again tomorrow!

437020754_9cf546a5dc_zKris Krug

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