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Take your time finding the right bathroom basin taps and shower fittings, as these can be the finishing touch that make or break a bathroom design. Choose a finish – from polished nickel to antique brass – and stick to it throughout for a cohesive final scheme. Mixer taps are a modern, practical option, separate hot and cold pillar taps give a more traditional look, floor-mounted taps are striking and decadent, while wall-mounted taps are a great space-saver in small bathrooms.
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Designing a bathroom might seem a daunting task, but with our bathroom ideas and expert advice it needn’t be. There are several essential elements to consider when you think about bathroom design – whether you want to know how to install a shower room or what bathroom suite will suit your space, our gorgeous bathroom decorating ideas gallery is packed with inspiring pictures to get you started.
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Bathroom tiles are still the top choice, however, because they are practical, versatile and come in innumerable sizes, shapes, colours and designs. Shop wisely, and they’re also a great way to decorate your bathroom on a budget.
It’s also important to note that, in the UK, bathroom light switches must be situated outside the bathroom, unless they’re on a pull string.
With such a wide range of choices, choosing the perfect pendant light can seem like an overwhelming task, but it doesn’t need to be. First, determine what type of lighting is needed. Pendants are adaptable to many situations allowing them to be used for task, mood, decorative and general lighting.
Once you understand what type of hanging lights you need, it’s time to determine which style of pendant will fit into your interior design. Hanging light fixtures come in a wide range of styles from the traditional to modern.
Lantern pendant lights have a very traditional style. They have open sides with the lights suspended in the middle and often the sides contain glass. Orb hanging lights contain the light unit within a globe.
A full globe – often made of translucent glass but not necessarily – is more traditional than an open orb with the lights exposed. Cage light fixtures are similar to lantern pendant fixtures, but the side facets are often made up of smaller geometric shapes with thick struts to create dramatic shadows.
Foyer lights have a long cord and are often large to create more impact with a single fixture. They are suited for bigger, more open spaces. Kitchen Pendant Lighting Tips The kitchen is the heart of the home, so it is important to have light fixtures that look as good as they perform.
This is certainly true with pendants. Featuring adjustable heights, kitchen pendant lights can be installed anywhere a stylish and functional light is needed: above worktops, islands, breakfast bars or dining areas.
And no matter what your kitchen style, from farmhouse to cottage to modern or traditional, there will be a hanging light fixture perfectly suited for you. When you are choosing your lighting design for your kitchen think of pendants as the finishing touch that will add that little bit of extra something, giving your kitchen the “Wow Factor.
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Size matters when it comes to choosing your bathroom tiles. In a small bathroom, medium-size tiles no larger than 40cm are generally the safest bet. Oversize tiles will make a small room feel smaller and also risk leaving you with lots of uneven tiles where they have had to be cut down to fit the space. The extra grout lines between small mosaic tiles, on the other hand, can feel a bit overpowering in a small bathroom. An easy way around this is to tile only in the areas around the shower, bath and basin splashback, using bathroom-suitable paint or wallpaper in the rest of the space.
From small bathroom solutions to our guide to bathroom colour schemes, we’re here to help you create the perfect bathroom in the heart of your home.
After a hard day, what could be more relaxing than a long soak in the bath? That is – unless your bathroom is out of date, and as you lay back, all you can think out is the mouldy grout/peeling paint/dripping taps. In which case, a makeover is definitely in order!
For safety reasons, bathrooms are split up into separate zones when it comes to lighting, and you need to choose your lighting according to which zone each light will be in.
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Remember to include room for piping in your bathroom design. You can conceal pipework behind bathroom cabinets or wall panelling, but bear in mind that this may eat into the amount of floor space your have in your bathroom.
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A single multi-lamp hanging pendant placed over a kitchen island will create a dramatic focal point for the room. And don’t forget, which hanging light pendant you choose will also determine how the other features of your kitchen are showcased.
Perhaps your kitchen island features a beautiful countertop. In this case, a warm wash of the island pendant light will help bring out various tones of the countertop material while directional light pendants will bring out the sparkle in surfaces like granite.
From dramatic and bold to subtle and utilitarian, island pendant lights can bring out the very best of your kitchen. Something for Every Look & Style Proper lighting does more than simply provide illumination.
It creates brilliance and turns a house into a home. From the foyer to the dining room, kitchen to the hall, pendants are one of the key components of all lighting plans. With a full-range of styles, sizes and prices, we are sure you will find the perfect pendant light here at Bellacor.
If you need any help or wish to discuss the finer points of any of our fixtures, please call our customer service line. We look forward to hearing from you because – Home is a Life in Progress.
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Wouldn’t your home benefit from a little spruce up by way of fresh pendant lighting? Of course it would! If you want to add drama, a multi-light hanging fixture over a farmhouse tale instantly creates a bold statement.
Grouping similar pendant lights hung at different heights over a work surface will provide the needed task lighting and eye-catching look at the same time. Classic downlight pendant lighting for a kitchen island will provide a warm ambience for dining while a single drum pendant lighting for a designated kitchen dining area produces a stylish setting.
Modern Pendant Lighting Stylish and striking, modern pendant lights give a contemporary vibe to any room. Typically, modern design refers to anything from the 20th Century and is recognized by angles, an industrial look and a boxy design.
Even within the term of modern, there are different styles of pendant light fixtures available.
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Other important factors to consider before you start decorating are underfloor heating, heated towel rails and towel radiators – central-heating operated or electric? – as well as water pressure and whether you need to install a pump to get that high-pressure power shower of your dreams.
If you want to place a light right next to a bath or inside a shower cubicle (zone 1), you will need a light with a minimum IP rating of IP65. ‘IP’ stands for ingress protection and is basically a measure of how watertight a light fitting is. A light within 60cm of the bath, shower or basin (zone 2) will need an IP rating of at least IP44.
Thanks to exciting new materials, we are now spoiled for choice when it comes to decorating our bathrooms. We can take our pick from bathroom wallpapers , micro concrete, polished plaster, vinyl flooring, Moroccan-style tadelakt and many other wonderful, waterproof creations.
If you’ve converted your loft or attic, it may be tempting to tuck to a toilet under the sloping ceiling in an eaves-space bathroom. Just make sure you leave enough head clearance for people who stand up to go to the loo!
Most bathroom lighting specialists recommend using lights with an IP rating of at least IP20 in any bathroom setting, though there are no official restrictions on the type of lighting that can be used outside of the above zones – with one important exception. If you want to hang a chandelier or any other pendant light directly above a bathtub it needs to be at least IP44 rated.
Begin by working out where your soil pipe will be. This is the pipe that carries off waste from your bath, shower, sink and toilet. To ensure proper drainage, there are recommended guidelines as to how far away different items of sanitary ware should be from the soil pipe. A toilet should be located within 6m of the soil pipe, a shower or bath within 4m, a basin within 3m. Working within these limitations you can then work out the best layout for your sanitary ware, ensuring that the waste outlet for each falls within the recommended distance.
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If you want to add drama and impact to your home, pendants can change the look of a room instantly. Extremely versatile, pendant fixtures come in a wide range of styles and materials. They are also suitable for many lighting situations in your home from the foyer, to the kitchen.
While island, bowl, dome and drum are the four most common, at Bellacor you’ll find options for every look and desire. Adding new ceiling lights or refreshing your current lights will allow your home to have a style update without a full-house remodel.
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Clever bathroom storage will be your biggest ally a small bathroom, especially if you have a large household. A wall-mounted medicine cabinet fronted with a bathroom mirror is a bathroom storage staple that’s hard to beat. Bathroom vanity units with built-in shelves, cupboards or drawers are another space-efficient option, as are bath racks and shower baskets. And don’t forget hooks – for towels, bathrobes, loofahs, hair brushes and other bathroom accessories.
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If you can’t fit a full-size freestanding roll-top bath, why not go for a more dainty but equally elegant slipper bath instead? No room for a separate bath and shower? Create an opulent shower bath by installing a rainfall showerhead above your bath along with a ceiling-mounted shower curtain rail and statement shower curtain. Or why not do away with the bath all together and treat yourself to a walk-in shower, complete with massage jets? Make sure you leave at least 120cm between the showerhead and the shower entrance in a walk-in shower to avoid soaking your bathroom floor.
Let’s face it, in the UK we are not, on the whole, blessed with large, palatial bathrooms – there’s a reason it’s known as ‘the smallest room in the house’. But a small bathroom can still feel grand, with the right fixtures and finishes.
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Modern pendant lighting can be used throughout your home and will add beauty and drama wherever they are placed. Be sure to remember the shadow cast by the modern pendants. This is often the most striking feature of the pendant light fixture.
Contemporary pendant light fixtures are edgy and eclectic. Dynamic and very “now,” these modern pendants are on the cutting edge of today’s interior design trends. This style often borrows elements from a number of styles and eras and these pendant light fixtures are often created using innovative materials in an interesting way.
Transitional pendants hold the middle stylistic ground between traditional and modern or contemporary light fixtures. These modern hanging lights feature a traditional frame with oversized or modern lights or shades.
Traditional fixtures have simpler designs and are created by using traditional materials which give modern pendant lights a chic and understated feel. The metal downlight pendant is an excellent example of traditional, modern kitchen lighting.
Ideas for Island Lighting Life in the kitchen revolves around the island – and it deserves the best lighting. Choosing the correct island pendants is one of the most important lighting decisions you will make.
Begin by asking yourself how you plan to use your kitchen island. Food prep: This will require island lights with more focus. A group of simple single downlight pendants will provide ample lighting for your work.
More snacking and mingling than prep work on your kitchen island: In this case, choose fixtures with softer, ambient light to create a more intimate mood. Relaxed eating space: Repeating the same island pendant lights lends a classic, chic look to a kitchen island that doubles as a dining area.
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