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An Initial Introduction To Interior Architecture

  • Posted on June 19, 2017 at 10:31 pm

Interior architecture can be seen as different from architecture in that the interior rooms, halls, doorways + stairs can be re designed once the initial design for the architecture of the building as a whole is in place. Interior architecture can be used to completely re design, for example a room such as a kitchen, bathroom in a family home which is quite common or a meeting room or office layout in a business environment or modify the existing design based on original architecture.

The interior architecture of a building can be changed for many reasons, either practical, where the interior of a building is going to be used for a new purpose or due to changing fashions or updated technologies. Examples of this are very common in many towns and cities where the exterior of a building is in a style of when it was built, say in the late 19th century but it’s interior has been completely re vamped incorporating modern design fashions and the latest technology.

The use of interior architecture means that for many buildings over a hundred years old the development of the look and design of their interior and exterior could often be the work of many different architects or teams of architects. This has meant for many of our towns and cities the architecture on view can be widely varied and reflect many different periods of time, design fashions and architecture styles. Some of which can be seen as timeless whilst others from certain eras can be seen as garish and bad taste 20 – 30 years down the line.

However no matter what a buildings exterior may look like with the help of interior architects, refurbishment and fit out specialists the interior look and feel of many buildings can be totally transformed with enough time and money bringing them up to date, that is until the latest style, fashion and technologies need integrating a few years down the line.

The main thing to differentiate architecture + interior architecture is that an architect is concerned with the concept of designing a new building the interior architect is concerned with the modification of existing buildings, some of which the design can be seen as timeless and look good for centuries whilst other will be an eye saw and look dated within 10 – 30 years.

This is quite a large and interesting topic, for further reading would advise looking at books + articles, online, in bookshops, news agents or in libraries on architecture, design + interior design.
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Accessorize Your Bathroom With Towel Radiators

  • Posted on June 19, 2017 at 10:13 am

Todays bathroom is a far cry from the ancient shower, soap dish and towel affair. Modern home dcor trends demand for excellent decoration of your washroom. The bathroom is no longer a quick stop location but a separate entity when it comes to interior design.

Customized restrooms used to be expensive utilities due to the high cost of bathroom accessories. Do it yourself experts came along and prices shot down gradually. Nowadays bathroom accessories are manufactured in large quantities and varieties for your every requirement.

You can purchase towel radiators, bathroom towel rails, electric towel rails, towel warmers, towel sets and other accessories for very fair prices. These gadgets are not only cool and elegant in appearance; they are also cost effective and come with many added advantages.

Towel Radiators for Your Bathroom

You can enjoy the comfort of warm towels in your bathroom using a variety of bathroom towel radiators. There are many types of bathroom towel radiators on sale at different retail outlets. These towel radiators are used to warm your towels and the whole bathroom in general.

They also dry towels quickly between use giving you charm and convenience at the same time. Some common types of bathroom radiators you will find in most retail outlets include:

Spring designed, cylindrical designed, chrome towel radiators and rail designed bathroom radiators.

Most bathroom radiators are designed for the purposefully for warming towels. You should therefore have another mechanism of warming your bathroom especially if it is large in size. Towel radiators have a controlled heating capacity and cannot provide sufficient heating for your whole bathroom.

You should ask around for a convenient bathroom heating system that will not only offer warmth but also match with your overall bathroom dcor.

Most bathroom radiators are electrically powered. If you have a bathroom heating system in place, you will have to switch it on and off so you save up on power usage. Using towel radiators and the bathroom heating system simultaneously can prove to be quite costly on your electric bill.

No need to worry though, since you can purchase a Towel Radiator that does not use electricity directly. There are innovative models that can be connected to your house heating system and still perform their intended function effectively. They save you money while giving the comfort derived from bathroom radiators.

Whichever style of bathroom radiator you choose be sure to do a thorough research before hand. You can check out various models and designs from catalogues and the web. This will give you prior knowledge on prices and design types to match your overall bathroom theme.