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morava1955

I'm building a bathroom in my basement. Laying tiles on concrete slab and want to install heating matt. I'd like the heat to go up as much as possible and down as little as possible (don't want to heat the concrete slab).
Any recommendations as for thermal insulation between the concrete and the heating matt? Any experience using Easymat?

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achillestroy

One of the best ways to decorate your small bathroom would be to make use of mirrors. Apart from making the room look interesting, they would also create the illusion of space.
While using accessories for your bathroom, try to limit their number to a minimum. For instance, one large piece of art would look much better than several small ones.
If you have an enclosed shower, try to use plain glass for the door, instead or frosted one or even better, remove the door and install a shower curtain instead (which can be pulled back, creating more space).
One thing that you do not need in your bathroom is clutter, which occupies unnecessary space and makes it look smaller than it is. So, chuck out all the items that you do not use on a regular basis.

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