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Ren­o­va­tors Ash­leigh and Brett Holmes of Port El­iz­a­beth de­signed a ro­man­tic open-plan en-suite bath­room that’s beau­ti­ful and bud­get-savvy. In­stead of in­vest­ing in ex­pen­sive long-length or cus­tom-made cur­tains, they draped sheer fab­ric over a cur­tain rail po­si­tioned close to the ceil­ing to cre­ate the same ef­fect. “The fab­ric re­ally soft­ens the room,” says Ash­leigh. In­stead of towel rails, the cou­ple opted for a coat­stand. “We got this one from Colo­nial An­tiques for just R600. To add some green­ery to the space, we hung a macrame planter on one of the hooks. This is a nifty way to hang plants if you don’t want to drill holes into your ceil­ing or wall.”

STOCK­ISTS AND CON­TACTS Amat­uli 011 440 5065, amat­uli.co.za Bel­go­tex 033 897 7500, bel­go­tex.co.za BBS Projects (Do­minic Mitchell) 083 240 9699 Colo­nial An­tiques 041 484 2617 Her­tex 0860 437 839, her­tex.co.za Ivy Dé­cor and De­sign (Tammy Holmes) 083 650 4177, ivy­decor.co.za Lovely Bug Cre­ations 072 387 3707, lovely­bugcre­ations.com Po­etry 021 671 5254, po­et­ry­s­tores.co.za Zara m/zara.com

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