Using a bathroom is a necessity of human life and, while the specific activities we do in there are still the same, the bathroom has changed a lot over thousands of years. Here we delve into the history of the bathroom, or just highlight some fun facts that may just help you win your next pub quiz.
We are very lucky in the country to have clean running water to enable us to keep clean but what would happen if you didn't or couldn't wash for an extended period of time? We take a look.
It goes without saying that bathroom mirrors are a much more recent innovation than mirrors for general use as these can be traced back many centuries.
The bathroom is by far one of the more private parts of your home; however, despite this, it is also the part that gets used the most and by the most people.
Whether we're zipping through the air to go on holiday or blasting off into space to live onboard the International Space Station
Hygiene has come a long way since the time of the Victorians, when scientists finally put two and two together and managed
The bathroom is the most regularly used room in a home, and this regular use brings its fair share of problems with it,
There has long been a debate among laundry experts regarding how frequently people should change or clean their bathroom towels.
You probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about toilet paper but it's an essential necessity of modern daily life.
Bathrooms have changed beyond all recognition in the last 50 years. It wasn't until the 1950s that