Tufnell ParkContemporary Bathroom, London

Contemporary bathroom in London with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, an alcove bath, grey tiles, a vessel sink, tiled worktops, grey floors, grey worktops, a single sink and a freestanding vanity unit. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Following Up on Leads18 February 2021

Mistake 4: Hurrying the clientWhile the professionals we spoke to agree that phone calls are an effective means of closing a lead, Sophie Utley recommends you add a preliminary text to the process.“As eager as we are to discuss people’s requirements, the answerer does not get to choose when the phone call takes place and for how long,” she says. “An email can get lost in the pile of junk mail, but a text can wait until they have time to respond and there’s no junk section. I then tend to arrange a call to suit the client.”

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Sarah Alcroft added this to How to Plan for a Bathroom Renovation17 February 2021

What kind of lighting is best in a bathroom?“Bathroom lights can be tricky, as they need to be IP [Ingress Protection] rated,” Emma Merry says. “As a rule of thumb, you have to think, if I can physically splash it with water, it needs to be a sealed light. As we typically have small bathrooms in the UK, I always specify closed lights due to the steam and moisture.“If space is at a premium, then lights within the wall cabinetry or a smart mirror is an effective solution to this issue,” she continues. “I also often find some great alternative bathroom lights in the exterior lighting section.”Think about having different lights for different moods. “If your budget allows, use more than one lighting circuit,” Sara says. “We often use low-level night lights on a sensor, so you don’t need to turn on the main lights at night.”While the electrics are being fitted, she adds, consider including a shaving socket to charge your electric toothbrush.You might also like Expert Tips for Planning Your Bathroom Lighting.

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Lynda Ridley added this to Bathroom21 March 2021

What kind of lighting is best in a bathroom? “Bathroom lights can be tricky, as they need to be IP [Ingress Protection] rated,” Emma Merry says. “As a rule of thumb, you have to think, if I can physically splash it with water, it needs to be a sealed light. As we typically have small bathrooms in the UK, I always specify closed lights due to the steam and moisture. “If space is at a premium, then lights within the wall cabinetry or a smart mirror is an effective solution to this issue,” she continues. “I also often find some great alternative bathroom lights in the exterior lighting section.” Think about having different lights for different moods. “If your budget allows, use more than one lighting circuit,” Sara says. “We often use low-level night lights on a sensor, so you don’t need to turn on the main lights at night.” While the electrics are being fitted, she adds, consider including a shaving socket to charge your electric toothbrush. You might also like Expert Tips for Planning Your Bathroom Lighting.

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