Interiors | 10 essential items from HM Home for the new bathroom…

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I seriously cannot wait until our bathroom is done.  It’s way off from being started, as we’ve decided to swap the two rooms, Rufus’ bedroom at the back of the house, and the bathroom in the middle, giving both rooms more space.

We are having to wait until the half term holidays until we start, and after Rufus’ sats are finished.  Then, we will start with the structural changes to the house, which means moving over a door frame, and putting Rufus up into Charlie’s room whilst we moving everything around.

Easy it isn’t.  But, when done it’s going to make such a difference to our lives.  I personally can’t wait!

I’ve already chosen the tiles, bought the taps and pinned the bath to our 77 board on Pinterest (this is my ideas board for our home renovation plans – go see if you like).  I’m of course getting carried away with the final look of the room, as much as I would love to splurge on designer items, like the gorgeous Menu mirror  and the Pepe wall mirror – sigh!

After spending big bucks on taps, I’m looking at the high street to add some finishing touches.  In particular H&M Home.  I bloomin love H&M Home, great pieces that are design led but at a really great price.

I adore the towel selection, different weaves, sizes and colours to suit your scheme. Plus the marble accessories are lovely too.

Clockwise from top image:

Jute laundry bag £24.99

Jacquard weave bath mat £17.99

Meraki hand wash £12.99

White jacquard weave hand towel £4.99

Marble soap tray £24.99

Clockwise from bottom image:

Meraki body wash £17.99

Stoneware lidded pot £12.99

Marble toothbrush mug £17.99

Mango wood hanger £3.99

Linen dressing gown in ochre £34.99

Go check out the bathroom range at HM Home, by clicking the shop below.

I’ll share the renovation journey on instagram stories when we start! Hurry up end of May!

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