Whether it’s your very first pad, a new home with a new partner or a move to a bigger, brighter family residence, you will want to celebrate the occasion with your nearest and dearest. Unpack that bottle-opener, track down the corkscrew, it’s time to throw a house-warming party.
The bathroom is that room in the house that everyone uses but many overlook when it comes to showing off their style. If you want to give your bathroom that personal touch, follow these simple tips to help you brighten up your space.
The house has been dusted, the tree has almost been put up, and the Christmas wreaths have been placed. It’s about that season and the house is shaping up nicely. During the holidays, we tend to focus on areas of the house that will see the most activity. The living room and kitchen tend to receive the most attention while the bathroom tends to be neglected. This time around, make sure that your bathroom is just as festive and prepared for its duty as the rest of the house.
Bathrobes are the puffy, insulating companions that provide us with the warmth and comfort that we crave in our homes. But as we know, through time almost all garments, robes and towels lose their fluff and become a shadow of their previous selves. To keep your bathrobe looking ageless follow these preservation tips.
The waffle-weave bathrobe is a staple in the guest closets of luxury hotels, but they are now affordable enough that mid-range hotels often provide them as well. We are a supplier to the hospitality industry and know that nothing is better for a guest than luxury towels and sheets and a personalised bathrobe in our soft cotton waffle fabric.
Anniversary, birthday or date night, there are all sorts of occasions that are perfect for a lovely evening in with your significant other. Why not make your next date extra special by setting it up indoors? No need to make any reservations, just make the most of your very own home to show how thoughtful you are and create a romantic, pampered night in.
Starting this week the World Cup looks set to take over our lives for the foreseeable future, and lots of us are already suffering from a little football fatigue. With the World Cup being absolutely everywhere you look we all need a little space to relax and take a break from it, so whether you love the football or have already planned your escape routes from any match-related activities, we’ve put together a survival plan of 90 minute activities to help you unwind after, or during the matches.
We’re all familiar with those classic wedding traditions, like throwing the bouquet, the first dance and the best man’s speech. But did you know that the females of the Tujia people in China are expected to cry for an hour a day the whole month before their wedding? Or that people of the Neur tribe in South Sudan believe a marriage is not complete until the woman has had two children? We’ve collected some weird and wonderful wedding traditions from around the world for your entertainment – and perhaps inspiration…