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Ari Zorlu, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of bath­room de­sign firm Paco Jaan­son, says plan­ning is the or­der of the day for a bath­room re­vival.

“Pre-or­der­ing all of your fin­ishes now, in­clud­ing baths, tap­ware, shower heads and cab­i­netry, is a must to have your bath­room ready for Christ­mas,” Ari says.

“A lot of tap­ware dis­played in show­rooms is a one-off, so it needs to be or­dered and given four to eight weeks to ar­rive, es­pe­cially if prod­ucts are be­ing shipped from Europe.”

Ari says tim­ing may be an is­sue for cus­tom colours or styles. He ad­vises to act now and your Christ­mas-time vis­i­tors will be ad­mir­ing your new bath­room.

“If you have or­dered the prod­uct, don’t need to do much de­mo­li­tion and have ac­cess to good qual­ity trades, it is def­i­nitely doable,” he says.

For a small-scale touch-up, Ari says there are sev­eral ways to re­new the room.

“Start with chang­ing things like cab­i­netry doors, han­dles, tap­ware or even the glass shower screen,” he says.

You’ll have to be quick if you want a new kitchen like this one by Can­tilever In­te­ri­ors be­fore Christ­mas. Pic­ture: Prue Rus­coe

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