As we approach the colder seasons of the year in Singapore, we usually find ourselves enjoying lower temperatures and rainier days. Once we reach November, we tend to start pulling out our long-sleeved shirts and the jackets we had buried at the back of our closets. The months of November and December are definitely some of the more enjoyable months in Singapore, giving us a reprieve from the usual humid and scorching hot days.
Inflation is inevitable, and it’s a hot topic right now across the globe. The US is possibly heading into a recession with an inflation rate hike hitting 75 basis points, and the world is in economic gloom due to supply chain issues and the lurking war between Ukraine and Russia is also affecting the entire world.
Thus, to better survive the looming inflationary pressures that we may be facing in the near future,
In the process of building and designing our dream homes, there is always a focus on selecting items that suit a particular aesthetic and vibe. And while there are no issues with investing in more affordable home systems and technologies, appliances, and furniture to attain the cohesive look you’re looking for, one factor that should never be compromised on when purchasing any item for your home is quality.
Investing in high-quality,
Did you know that 80% of falls in homes happen in the bathroom? Injuries from such incidents can range from minor scratches to broken bones and even fatal head and spinal injuries. The data is alarming. That’s why you need to take the extra mile to safeguard your bathroom.
Below are five practical tips to protect you and your family from common bathroom injuries.
1. Keep Your Bathroom Dry
A dry bathroom not only lowers the risk of accidents but also prevents germs and bacteria from thriving.
HDB houses might have limited space, but that doesn’t mean you can’t trick one’s eyes. When it comes to your bathroom, you probably think it is hopeless to even try, and that you would have to settle for a plain-looking and tiny space for the rest of your life. Well, you are wrong, for we have here a handful of tips that can make your bathroom look more spacious, and even, luxurious.
Choose The Right Type Of Mirror
This interior design tip has helped many homeowners with small spaces.
Due to Singapore’s land scarcity, space is always expensive. In contrast to today, the size of our parents’ homes was considerably more extensive than what we are getting today. We wouldn’t be surprised if our Built-to-Order (BTO) apartments continue to get smaller over time.
Even though we can’t control how much space we can get for our BTO apartments, we can control what happens in the flats. In other words, your BTO apartment can appear larger than it actually is just by using simple tricks to make it feel bigger at home.
A warm water shower is truly a blessing in the cold weather. But can the same be said about them in summers? Absolutely! In fact, there have been countless research done to document the advantages of warm showers. It has been proven that warm showers can help to improve neurotic and orthopaedic conditions, as well as offer benefits to your overall general health.
So, what’s there to lose by taking a warm shower at the end of a long day?
Things You Can Do/Add to Your Bathroom to Spruce It Up
Imagine a beautiful, spacious bathroom with modern shower fittings, and, if possible, a bathtub. Of course, not everyone can afford that, but through different techniques and styles, you can make your bathroom appear bigger, more appealing, and more luxurious, without moving a single wall. To put it simply: creating a beautiful bathroom is less about spending money and more about developing an eye for style.
Picture this: You just ended your 30-minutes workout, and you are feeling inspired, refreshed and almighty. It might feel intuitive to hit the showers to wash away the post-workout grime, and a cold shower on a hot day after a big run or an intensive workout can feel incredibly pleasant. But should you be getting under the cold water, or get yourself under a hot shower instead?
Like flossing your teeth and brushing your hair,
You’ve just gotten your keys to your new house, and you’re very eager to get started on turning your new house into a warm and comfy abode. It’s no small task, but certainly an enormous adventure to make your home as comfortable as possible. No effort should be spared for all areas of the home, including the bathroom, and what colour should it be. After all, a personality-packed bathroom is critical to your home’s aesthetic uniformity.