As the weather cools down you may find yourself putting off trips to your bathroom to avoid the freezing cold.
Tiles, stone and ceramic can turn your bathroom into an ice box during winter.
The following tips from Reece bathroom specialists will help you keep your bathroom at a liveable temperature - so you can avoid freezing after you jump out of the shower.
Warm up your towels
Heated towel racks are a quick and easy solution to warm things up. Just imagine stepping out of the shower to a nice warm towel. You can either install the rails, or have a freestanding rack, making this approach the simplest and most practical step towards a warmer bathroom.
Underfloor heating is the most efficient option to heat up a cold space. However, as you can imagine, it's not easy to install! Nevertheless, heat rises making it a great way to warm not only your feet, but the whole room.
Lay it down
Bath mats are the cheapest way to make those cold mornings more tolerable in your bathroom. Placing mats at the sink, in front of the toilet, and next to the shower or bath will help you dodge those cool floor tiles.
Natural light will add extra warmth on a sunny day. Add windows, skylights and a clear, glass shower to make the most of it. However, be sure your windows are air tight to prevent the cold air creeping in!
Colour me happy
Colour on your bathroom wall, while won't technically change the temperature of the room, will create a greater feeling of warmth in the room. Pinks, yellows and reds are great for creating a cosy touch.