General Discussion: interior design


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seenmy
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6527 posts since 17/6/06

11 Aug 2013 11:39
or any experience with a product like this?
http://www.burlandshowers.co.uk/showertray.htm
sydneyking
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4492 posts since 26/9/09

11 Aug 2013 12:23

Does anyone know how much something like this would cost? i want a lean to, as that's what i have space for but don't want a shitty upvc one

EDIT - 2.5k per m2 so about 22k for what i want Cry
Dee
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11094 posts since 22/11/07

11 Aug 2013 13:19
Amdega ^ very good quality but expensive (bastards turned me down for a CAD job when I was young un)
nick
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19732 posts since 2/5/03

11 Aug 2013 20:09
seenmy wrote: anyone any experience having a bathroom made in to a wet room?

We did it in our last house, the difficult bit was grading the floor in the shower area to slope to the drain, the rest was just using loads of waterproof membrane under the tiles to make sure no water penetrated anywhere.
Dee
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11094 posts since 22/11/07

11 Aug 2013 20:35
You can buy the graded systems or did your builder try and make it themselves?
RickRude
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3254 posts since 13/1/12

11 Aug 2013 21:53
Seenmy check out Wedi shower systems
nick
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19732 posts since 2/5/03

11 Aug 2013 23:38
Dee wrote: You can buy the graded systems or did your builder try and make it themselves?

The plumber we hired did it for us, the entire bathroom floor was replaced and somehow he got it to slope at the shower end, I guess by somehow planing some wood off the floor joists, it was only a very very slight slope, then we sealed and tiled it
rural
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17512 posts since 26/9/06

13 Aug 2013 11:15
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2390446/The-curse-Grand-Designs-Owners-storey-water-tower-featured-TV-knock-2million-asking-price.html
bill
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4905 posts since 5/8/09

13 Aug 2013 11:37
Must be gutted, only 2.25 million profit instead of 4.1. Deepest sympathies to them and their families.
DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

13 Aug 2013 11:39
should have followed stoneys advice
nick
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19732 posts since 2/5/03

13 Aug 2013 13:44
Should have just demolished the tower and built a normal house, what hey have done does nothing to compliment the Victorian architecture.
rural
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17512 posts since 26/9/06

14 Aug 2013 11:15
Any recommendations for bed frames with storage, nothing over £500 if possible? thanks
pops
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3993 posts since 2/9/09

14 Aug 2013 12:19
Muji FTW
rural
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17512 posts since 26/9/06

14 Aug 2013 12:20
Nice one breh, light ash one it is then.
rural
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17512 posts since 26/9/06

15 Aug 2013 23:03
Anyone had their sofa pillows dry cleaned on here? Is it expensive? Can most dry cleaners do it? thanks
beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

18 Aug 2013 23:01
Does anyone know where I can get something like these things that are on the wall?

DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

18 Aug 2013 23:05
Try some nails
ew2
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498 posts since 9/3/08

18 Aug 2013 23:21
That doesn't make any sense, dy
rural
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17512 posts since 26/9/06

18 Aug 2013 23:24
Bought that Muji Ash bed frame. Really good for the money. Made a huge mistake and ordered their pocket sprung mattress at the same time(laziness) , it's like sleeping on concrete. csb
hdsy-
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3904 posts since 30/4/06

19 Aug 2013 10:08
im gonna buy the muji ash bed too. i tried the pocket sprung mattress and it didn't seem that bad… better than the equivalent from habitat (and £100 cheaper), and only marginally less comfy than more expensive mattresses from warren evans. do you just prefer less firm mattresses, rural?