Bathroom Decorating Ideas To Fall In Love With

Bathroom Decorating Ideas To Fall In Love With

Bathroom decorating ideas are a wonderful way to discover some of the newest and hottest design ideas in the market right now! As such, we at Maison Valentina have decided to bring to you the most wonderful designs so you can feel inspired and maybe go and renovate your private oasis as a way to turn into a more luxurious and blissful place in which you can truly relax! Take a deep dive here and feel inspired!

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Intense Bathroom Designs: Imaginative Guest-Bathrooms To Admire

Intense Bathroom Designs: Imaginative Guest-Bathrooms To Admire

Bathroom designs are wondrous, magnificent things to admire. We all love a majestic master bathroom, or, in the case of this article, a unique and boldly beautiful guest bathroom that will make you feel an incredible wave of blissfulness and harmony. Follow along and feel impressed by these amazing private oasis that will refresh your soul!

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The high gloss black lacquered interiors of the Lapiaz Marble Freestanding are enhanced by a silver-plated fissure and a vessel sink produced in the finest Nero Marquina marble.

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Bathroom Interior Design Unmatched: Projects To Impress!

Bathroom Interior Design Unmatched: Projects To Impress!

Bathroom interior design is designed into perfection with the glamorous minds behind BRABBU X HOME’SOCIETY, minds that strive to perfectly bring to life inspiring ambiences that truly give off unique sensations and vibes, unlike anything one has ever seen before. Its impeccable taste has created some of the most daring and bold designs in the market at the moment. Come take a look at Bathroom Interior Design Unmatched: Projects To Impress!

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Modern Bathroom Ideas: Maison Valentina’s Best

Modern Bathroom Ideas: Maison Valentina’s Best

Modern bathrooms ideas can make or break one’s bathroom, and these ideas collected from Maison Valentina’s vault are a perfect example on how to perfectly decorate one’s home with harmony, blissfulness and amazingness! Let’s take a look and try to create the best bathroom design ambiance!

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The Lapiaz Bathtub takes center stage on this interior, providing a unique design and comfortable living with a classy marble wonder juxtaposed.

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Time to Shine: 5 Pro Remodeling Tips for Empty Nesters

“Aging in place” has been a buzz word since 2011. That’s the year the AARP published a study confirming that the majority of seniors prefer to live in their own homes as they age. A quick Google search of the phrase turns up more than 300 million hits. To be sure, there are countless resources for seniors who want to remain in their own homes as they age, from the National Aging in Place council…


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Showers vs Baths: Is Water Wastage A Generational Issue?

Which Generation Use The Most Water In Bathing And Showering?

The environmental impact of water usage might be just about the only facet of the showers vs baths debate we’ve yet to wade into, so we’ve decided to put that right in this blog.

More specifically, we’ll focus on research concerning contrasting age demographics, and look to decipher whether excessive water usage could present a burgeoning problem amongst the younger generation moving forwards.

We’ll explain which age ranges prefer taking showers to baths, and which brackets will tend to spend longer than is perhaps absolutely necessary when indulging in either vice. In turn, how the related excess water use could have a negative environmental influence.

Do Showers Or Baths Use More Water?

Bathtub filling up with water

In basic theory, you can imagine that showers would use more water than baths, considering the constant flow in opposition with a filled tub that doesn’t require any top up.

However, a number of factors are at play that can swing the pendulum in the other direction. Not least, the size of the bathtub in question, and the amount of time the user chooses to spend engulfed in the refreshing deluge of a shower system. The specific shower model’s flow rate is another element to consider as well.

The likes of traditional freestanding baths, for instance, often incorporate a wealthier surface area than a number of modern bathtubs, or alternative designs such as corner baths. And as a result, they’ll usually accommodate more water.

Similarly so, a multitude of modern showers will provide superior flow rate in contrast with other styles, providing refreshing full body coverage but also using plenty more water in a shorter space of time.

Ultimately then, there’s no real definitive answer without taking into account the aforementioned elements and their opposing values.

Generally speaking though, it is thought that a 10-minute shower will use significantly less water than a soak in the tub would. Standard showers are thought to use around 2.5 gallons of water per minute, whilst a large freestanding bath might require the distribution of up to 70 gallons in total.

Which Age Ranges Prefer Baths Over Showers?

According to our research, with a sample size of 1000, it’s actually the middle aged to older generation that prefer to take a bath as opposed to a shower.

42.7% of 55-64 year-olds questioned said they preferred to climb into the tub, with the next highest percentage of bath preferring folk (40.4%) stemming from the 35-44 year-old age bracket.

But whilst there’s a correlation between the same age ranges spending longer in the bath on average, there’s little to suggest that extra water is being wasted in comparison with those who don’t soak for quite as long. Of course, the bathtub will typically be filled up initially, so no requirement usually exists to top up the levels after entrance.

That said, the 6.5% of 55-64 year-olds admitting to bathing for in excess of an hour at a time could need to replenish the reservoir they’re sat in after a while. And the same goes for the 5.2% of 25-34 year-olds who also answered that they soaked for 60 minutes plus.

Meanwhile, that same latter category produced significantly the highest percentage of those surveyed to bathe for up to 40 minutes (17.4%), suggesting that there could be some truth to the notion that the younger crop are somewhat prone to a touch of water wastage.

What do the shower statistics say though?

Which Age Ranges Prefer Showers Over Baths?

Man taking a shower using hand shower

The youngest age range surveyed were the very most receptive to the idea of taking a shower over a bath, with a whopping 69.2% of 18-24 year-olds asked preferring the shorter and sharper blasts of a typical shower system.

However, of that same age bracket, just 4.3% said they spent five minutes or less within their shower enclosure, with a majority 40.4% taking between five and 10 minutes to shower.

Incidentally, that timing spectrum was by far the most popular showering length amongst all demographics on the whole, with 45-54 year-olds the most dominant in the category – 53.8% of the range said they showered for more than five minutes and less than 10.

What is particularly notable though, is that of each of the three youngest age brackets would appear to be far more in favour of longer showers when lined up against the older three age categories.

More than a third of all respondents aged between 18 and 44 said they spend a minimum of 10 minutes in the shower, whilst 22.1% was the highest percentage that answered the same of the eldest three age ranges (55-64 year-olds).

Plus, 16% was the lowest total of the youngest three categories that explained a preference for showering for up to 20 minutes. By contrast, 7.1% was the highest amount of any of the three eldest groups to mirror that shower ‘speed’.

And practically every person who admitted to showering for 25 minutes or longer hailed from the initial three age brackets too. Just 0.6% of people over 45 said they spend so long in the shower, with the 25-34 age range flying the flag for excessive shower stints – their 4.6% to stick around for 25 minutes or more was the highest of all those surveyed.

So Who Wastes The Most Water?

Cheerful senior woman washing in a bubble bath

All in all, based on the data we’ve garnered from a sizeable enough sample, it seems the blame can be shared to some extent.

Although the older generation would seem to prefer the water-sapping confines of a bathtub more so than the younger clan we questioned, it seems the shower-mad youngsters are prone to spending an excessive amount of time in their enclosures.

The fact that 5-10 minutes was the most popular shower duration amongst all those questioned is encouraging overall, and surely in most circumstances, a shower doesn’t really need to go too far past the 10 minute, and 25 gallon mark.

But why are we harping on about water wastage anyway, I hear you ask?

How Does Water Wastage Impact The Environment?

There are anthropocentric, biocentric and ecocentric reasons to preserve water supplies as and when possible, with no drawbacks to any of them.


Basically, freshwater supplies are limited in several countries all around the world, with 36 nations listed as being in an ‘extremely high stress’ situation as it pertains to clean H20.

The UK itself is currently at a ‘low/medium’ stress level, and only continued efforts to preserve supplies where possible can ensure it continues to maintain that status.

Crops, plants, commercial prospects and in turn, the livelihoods of certain people can all be put at risk by the unnecessary wastage of water in extreme examples.

And we’re more prone than most areas to using water unnecessarily too, considering how easy it is to take for granted the presence of taps and shower systems that can literally offer fresh water at the twist of a handle or touch of a button.

From a more selfish aspect, using excessive levels of water both domestically and in a business sense can lead to unwanted added energy bills, and a greater budgetary strain.

Villagers carrying water in an Indian village


Put simply, a biocentric viewpoint is one that sees humans as no more important than any other living organisms on the planet. Essentially, every living thing exists within the same ecosystem, and the sharing of the same resources is vital to each of them.

As alluded to in our anthropocentric explanation, several countries struggle in terms of their freshwater supply, and several species of animals and plants suffer as a result.

And given the integrity of so many animals and plants to the environment and the cyclical way the world works, the needless wasting of water represents an extremely narrow-minded practice in the grand scheme of things.

All in all, frequent excess water wastage can lead to animal species heading towards extinction, with a lack of water also detrimentally affecting plantations from growing as they should, as well as a far less ready supply of available drinking water.

Water buffalos in water


The ecocentric point of view is not too dissimilar to the biocentric one described – it promotes the idea that the earth, its ecosystem and everything contained are equally as important as each other.

Accounting for an enhancing global population, the demand for freshwater is at the highest level ever, and in turn, fresh water needs to be sourced from alternative means such as ground water and aquifers.

These methods take much longer than usual as the extraction rate is far exceeded by the regeneration rate, further exemplifying why avoidable water wastage is just that – avoided.

Ultimately, the unsustainable nature of these water sourcing processes can see added carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere on the back of filtration, extraction and transportation processes. And as a result, our carbon footprint is further solidified, assisting an increase of the earth’s temperatures on the whole.

Green plantation of Ceylon tea in Sri Lanka

Explore Big Bathroom Shop For More Showers vs Baths Info

Be sure to explore the Big Bathroom Shop blog to find out further information about a wide range of topics related to the showers vs baths debate, and much more too.

And if you would like any help or assistance regarding our product range, or choosing the perfect bathtub or shower for your bathroom area, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

You can leave us a message in the comments section below, or contact the team via Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

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Incredible Bathroom Designs To Admire: the LAPIAZ Collection

Incredible Bathroom Designs To Admire: the LAPIAZ Collection

Maison Valentinais proud to present one of its finest collections in the LAPIAZ line of incredible products. This amazing collection is what luxury is all about, an experience to the senses and a fantastically unique way to decorate any bathroom, from commercial projects to residential ones. Having Lapiaz as your bathroom centerpiece is the best/most perfect choice to create an ambience that is to die for!

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Bathroom Renovations for Heritage Homes in Sydney

A heritage-listed home is a property or building that has been identified by your state/territory and local government as having a historical or cultural value that is worth conserving for future generations.

State/territory and local authorities will have different rules for what homeowners can and can’t do with a heritage-listed house. Although, in general, the rules typically concentrate around conserving the property’s style and look, particularly the front façade and any original elements, as well as maintaining a balance between the old and modern.

Even though bathroom renovations have no limitations in heritage-listed homes, a vintage-inspired aesthetic for your bathroom will enhance the house’s original charm and perfectly compliment the remarkable exterior.

Heritage-listed homes all throughout Sydney can benefit from the vintage style bathroom. For heritage bathroom renovations Coogee all the way to vintage bathroom renovations Penrith, look no further than Novalé bathrooms. Novalé bathrooms have completed many tricky vintage bathroom renovations all over Sydney, so we can confidently inspire you for your next vintage bathroom renovation.

In particular, get inspired by Novalé’s recent vintage Bathroom Renovation Coogee. See how our expert designers perfectly transformed three outdated bathrooms in a Coogee home into perfect vintage style bathrooms with up-to-date installations for modern performance.

What is a Vintage Style Bathroom Renovation?

It’s an issue that many heritage-listed house owners face, how to modernise a bathroom but still stay true to the era of the home?

At Novalé, we know how difficult picking a bathroom renovation design can be, especially in homes with such unique historic features as those in heritage homes. Our experienced design team works with you to deliver tailored bathroom renovation ideas and allows your whole renovation to come together seamlessly.

In essence, we add classic charm in new bathroom renovations, re-creating vintage bathroom aesthetics that allows homeowners to enjoy period charm without sacrificing on modern convenience. Our vintage styled bathrooms provide that classic look and feel of yesteryear whilst allowing for an opulent style.

Our expert design teams at Novalé have bathroom inspirations to suit everyone in any location. From heritage bathroom renovations Coogee to vintage bathroom renovations Penrith, Novalé bathrooms has decades of experience ensuring vintage dreams come to fruition.

Vintage Bathroom Renovation Coogee – Case Study

Novalé Bathrooms had the privilege to design and renovate three vintage bathrooms in this Coogee home resulting in a good mix of old and new features. Each element in this bathroom renovation Coogee is sure to impress guests for the rest of time.



As you are probably well aware, older homes are not without their flaws, such as clogged plumbing, gaps above door frames, and lights with a mind of their own. Even the best-kept heritage property can deteriorate with time, and certain sections may require more than a makeover.

For this vintage-inspired bathroom renovation Coogee, there was no need to be completely bound by the home’s architectural elements. So, some structural elements like the doors, windows, and ceilings were updated in all bathrooms as part of the bathroom renovation Coogee.



Although particularly in the downstairs bathroom, the design team felt removing the traditional structural features modernised the bathroom a bit too much. So, to balance out these modern structural upgrades in the Coogee bathroom renovation, the design team selected vintage-looking bathroom installations that mimic the era when the home was built.

In particular, both vanities in the downstairs bathrooms have a powerful vintage appeal with classic tapware, clawfoot features and antique vanity nobs that perfect match the home’s date of construction.



Both downstairs bathrooms in this bathroom renovation Coogee are not overpowered by the vintage aesthetic, as the colour palette was cleverly utilised. Using the colour palette to tone down the vintage aesthetics in a bathroom renovation is an excellent idea. As in this bathroom renovation Coogee the light blue was used for wall paint, towels, and other accessories to lighten the space and give it a more modern feel.



When the original homes in Sydney were being constructed, glass and heating was a considerable expense. As a result, many historic homes were built with small windows so homeowners could save on electricity.

This bathroom renovation Coogee was no exception! The home has very small windows, with some rooms having no windows at all, which resulted in very little natural light. So, in the upstairs bathroom renovation Coogee, the Novalé labours installed a skylight above the tub to add extra light, circulation and making the perfect spot for indoor plants.




Each of the three bathrooms in this bathroom renovation Coogee seamlessly connect throughout the home as each of the spaces incorporate the same two vintage materials.

The first is marble stone, which is utilised in various applications from floor tiles, wall tiles, and vanity tops. The classic and beautiful veining of marble is a no-brainer for vintage-inspired bathrooms and also adds value to the home! No matter the form, natural stone looks impressive throughout the Coogee bathroom renovation.



In addition, all three-bathroom renovations Coogee use matching chrome tapware. Although gold metals are a good option for a vintage-inspired renovation, chrome is still the number one tapware choice in terms of practicality. The use of silver metals makes this bathroom renovation Coogee easier to clean and maintain, with strong resistance to scratches and fingerprints for many years to come.


Start Your Heritage Bathroom Renovation with Novalé!

A beautifully renovated heritage-listed property is more in demand than an unrenovated one, so no matter if you are getting ready to sell or have just bought your dream heritage property. It’s time to invest in a vintage bathroom renovation to perfectly match the time period of your home with Novalé bathrooms.

No matter if you need bathroom renovators for a large vintage bathroom in Penrith, heritage bathroom renovation Coogee, or a small bathroom renovation Alexandria, Novalé’s highly experienced teams are available to help you produce a beautiful and highly functional modern bathroom design.

If you are beginning to research bathroom renovators for your modern bathroom design and renovation project, consider including Novalé Bathrooms in your shortlist. We offer bathroom renovations in Penrith to bathroom renovations in Coogee, Newtown and all the way to bathroom renovations in Alexandria. For a full list of the Areas We Service, see here.

Our teams are ready to start building you a fantastic modern bathroom design. We implement a unique 4 step bathroom renovation process, and we encourage potential customers to read the 12 reasons to choose Novalé. Additionally, you can read our testimonials and reviews to learn about the experience others have had to renovate with Novalé. For more information on how we transform your bathroom, please get in contact with the Novalé team on 1800 NOVALÉ.

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“Do You Want It After Me?” – Who Does & Who Doesn’t Share The Bath Water?

Coronation Street fans took to Twitter last night to express their horror and despair at street favourite Tyrone, as he asked his partner Alina a very contentious question.

After discussing the whereabouts of a Weatherfield teddy bear – that was bought for their unborn child – the Corrie stalwart said “do you want it after me?” when referring to the bath water he was just about to lie in! 

This sparked a furious debate on Twitter and beyond, with many people left reeling at the thought of Alina sharing Tyrone’s bath water.

Tyrone&Alina sharing bath water? Do people actually do that? #coronationstreet #corrie

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(@Bhoney1990) July 29, 2021I think I just threw up in mouth a little @itvcorrie Tyrone asking Alina does she want his bath water after him

#corrie #coronationstreet #romanceisdead

— audreygreene81 (@audsgreene) July 28, 2021

But, taking a dip in the tub after your partner isn’t as uncommon as you think! 

In a recent survey we found that almost 1-in-5 of 35-44 year olds (Tyrone’s age group) actually shared their bath water regularly. 

The figures drop off for younger (18-24) and more elderly age groups (65+) – but it would seem sharing the bath water is not as uncommon as the Twittersphere would have us believe.

Why Share The Bath Water?

There could be several reasons for sharing a bath with your partner. 

There’s the obvious romantic evening you could enjoy with a glass or two of the bubbly stuff.

A couple sharing a bath together

But we think Tyrone’s approach is more about saving on the water bill and that he is perhaps a little more water conscious than we give him credit for!

So, to find out who WILL and who WILL NOT sit in someone else’s muck – we asked the residents of 15 cities in the UK & Northern Ireland who does and who doesn’t share a bath!

Who Is Sharing Bath Water?

As Weatherfield is a suburb of the great city of Manchester, it would be remiss of us to start anywhere else. 

And, it would appear that Tyrone is not alone on the bath sharing idea, as 21.3% of those Mancunians polled said they had no issue with sharing their bath time. 

However, it was Belfast that came out on top – by a solitary 0.1% – as 21.4% of those asked in Northern Ireland said they were happy to dip in after their partners.

A woman dipping her toe into the bath water

Who Isn’t Sharing Bath Water?

Those UK residents sharing the sentiments of many a Corrie fan – and who are not too happy to jump in someone else’s filth – are the people of Edinburgh; with just 4.5% of those polled saying they are happy to share the tub. 

Elsewhere, Scousers & Nottinghamians are not big fans of their partners’ leftover bath water either, with just 7% of Liverpudlians and 6.6% of Nottingham residents sharing a bath.

The Full Bath Water Sharing Breakdown

So, who loves a bath share and who doesn’t? 

Check out the graphic below to see which age groups love a shared bath.

And discover which city residents near you are not averse to dipping their toes – and everything else – in their beloved’s leftover bath water!

Bath water sharing infographic

 Do You Share Your Bath Water?

How do you feel about sharing your bath water with your partner? 

Is it something you do to save water, or do you do it for some other reason? 

Let us know if you support Tyrone’s stance on your partner jumping in the bath after you, and tell us if you’re #TeamBath or #TeamShower!

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9 Reasons You Need To Shower In The Morning

What Makes An A.M Shower An Essential Vice?

As a broad generalization, two main profiles exist as it pertains to those who take showers on a daily basis – people who hit the shower in the morning and those who prefer to cleanse in the evening.

For those that tend to go for the latter option, the main reasons typically relate to feelings of relaxation and hoping to unwind after a long or stressful day. The morning showerers are usually seeking a refreshing boost to awaken the senses, and kick off their day in an invigorating fashion.

But, do the benefits of one shower routine outweigh those associated with the other?

The title of our blog has probably already indicated so, and the rest of this article will cover the numerous health advantages that would appear to set morning showers apart…

1. Improved Skin Condition

Shower water on skin of woman with star tattoo on back

From a general perspective, showers are beneficial with regards to skin health. But morning showers are actually considered to be more advantageous.

Indeed, a shower taken early doors is a greater help in combating acne, and also in terms of balancing the natural oils on the skin.

2. Ease Stress And Anxiety

Woman taking a shower

Plenty of people experience the sensation of early-morning stress and anxiety, often linked to the prospect of the multitude of tasks that will populate the day ahead.

A morning shower offers an excellent means to tackle this stress, especially in the case of lukewarm or cold showers, as explained in greater detail on our blog – Cold Shower vs Hot Shower: What Are The Benefits?

Simply put, morning showers guarantee your body receives the oxygen it requires. Sufficient oxygen presence in the brain will help you to de-stress, no matter how busy your day ahead might be.

3. Enhanced Immunity

Man cleansing himself in shower using yellow sponge

The immune system can be enhanced by morning showers, which will stimulate the body to produce new white blood cells. These cells are then used to help fight off illness.

Our biological clock represents the reasoning for this process only occurring to a significant extent during morning showers.

4. Cough Relief

As well as improving immunity from sickness to begin with, morning showers also provide a superb vice to relieve any existing colds or coughs.

In such a condition, phlegm and mucus can build up in the throat and chest areas overnight, making for an uncomfortable morning experience battling a sore throat and persistent cough.

With a hot morning shower, the emanating steam will loosen up these unwanted substances and help to clear your sinuses and enable you to feel much more comfortable in very little time.

For the very best effect, indulge in an aromatherapy shower with the use of scented shower gels and eucalyptus oils, accentuated by the full coverage provided by a modern shower system.

5. Boosted Energy

Probably the most simple reason on the list. Morning showers represent a preferable choice for many due to the sense of rejuvenation they provide.

All in all, they deliver the perfect refreshing energy boost to kick start your day, preparing you in earnest for whatever tasks lie ahead.

6. Rids The Body Of Toxins

Man taking a shower in bathroom

Woman taking a shower in bathroom

A multitude of toxins emerge from the skin whilst we sweat during sleeping overnight. And these same toxins can even formulate whilst relaxing in the high temperature surrounds of a home bathtub, for instance.

Morning showers are an ideal vice for washing these away, and therefore ridding the body of toxins.

7. Better Hair & Scalp Condition

By taking regular morning showers, you’ll notice an improvement in the condition of your hair and scalp.

If you are dealing with an extremely oily scalp and hair, even an evening shower will not prevent the areas from remaining oily to some extent by the following morning.

Taking frequent morning showers is an obvious but failsafe method to dodge or curtail this issue.

8. Muscle Ache Relaxation

Man taking a shower pouring shampoo onto yellow sponge
Male Everyday Hygiene And Bodycare Concept. Unrecognizable Man Pouring Shower Gel On Sponge Washing Body Standing Under Falling Hot Water Drops In Modern Bathroom At Home. Banner, Copy Space

Any niggling muscle aches or pains can be alleviated greatly by taking a morning shower, ultimately relaxing the body and achieving a comfortable physical state.

Essentially, morning showers can help you feel far less tense from both a mental and physical perspective, providing the perfect foundations to attack the day ahead from your very own shower enclosure.

9. Increased Fertility

It might surprise you to learn that morning showers have been linked to increased fertility levels in the male population.

So if couples are having difficulty conceiving, or even just planning ahead to conceive, it is worth the male indulging in frequent morning showers to garner the potential positive effects.

Again, cold showers can be especially useful in this regard. The cold water can trigger testosterone, and more importantly, research indicates that male sperm production is enhanced dramatically after just a week’s worth of cold morning showers.

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