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What’s Next for UK Bathrooms?

As homes and workplaces across the UK adjust to post-lockdown life, what might the future look like for UK bathroom design? Here, Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager at Geberit, discusses why a new era of bathroom design could be on the horizon – and how existing product design and innovation can help shape the future for interior designers and architects.
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Outdoor Colour Trends

Private gardens have benefited from an explosion in creativity in 2020. Social media timelines have been filled with photos of amazing lockdown transformations, from outside bars to floral and structural displays worthy of a stand at Chelsea.
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Picture Perforated

Perforated metals have been in existence almost since metals were first discovered when humans punctured the metal for decoration and even coinage. However, it was when the need for metal armour became prevalent so too did the need to make it lighter – so by applying tight perforations, the metal was made lighter, more breathable, but still durable. These perforations could be applied in uniform patterns or with distinctive designs as they were hand-punched, says Anthony Millington, Business Development Manager at Amron Architectural.
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Designing for Wellbeing

The global impact of COVID-19 and resulting lockdowns have shone a fresh spotlight on considerations around our physical and mental wellbeing. There is a growing body of research that shows how the design of our environments can impact our overall quality of life. Given we spend nearly 90% of our lives inside buildings, it’s important to explore the emotional benefits we can foster with the design of our everyday spaces, writes Donna Dent, Concept Designer at Interface.
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The Art of Property Staging

Like all industries, the property sector is having to adapt and overcome a host of challenges laid bare by the COVID-19 pandemic. As the sector embraces a ‘new normal’, it’s more important than ever to ensure properties stand out, and capture the attention of prospective renters and buyers restarting their search for a new home, says Nicola McEwan, Head of Design (South) at LOFT.
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