People often complain about the decor in their bathrooms and think the decor is just bad, but the real reason is very different.
A study has found that people are spending more time in bathrooms than in living spaces, and the bathroom is one of the most important places in a house for people to relax.
The study by The Home Owners Association found that the average person spends 2.5 hours a day in the bathroom and 3.6 hours in living areas.
The most popular places in the house for toilet visits were the living room, kitchen and bedrooms.
People spend an average of 6.5 minutes in the kitchen, 7 minutes in living rooms and 10 minutes in bedrooms, the study found.
The bathroom is also the home to more than half of all the time spent in bathrooms, with an average spend of 1.4 hours.
A bathroom renovation is often expensive, and often the cost of renovation is shared between owners and their children.
The survey found that 60 per cent of owners of new or renovated bathrooms said they would pay more than £200 to have the bathrooms restored.
The average cost of a new bathroom renovation was £200, the research found.
It’s not just about the money, though.
The report found that almost half of the owners of existing bathrooms had not spent more than 10 per cent on toilet renovations in the past five years.
It also found that 42 per cent had never spent more on toilet repairs.
Many people think that if they spend less than they spend, then the money won’t go anywhere.
But the study revealed that only 25 per cent spent money on toilet upkeep.
The majority spent money to make their bathroom better.
Some owners had spent hundreds of pounds on the bathroom renovation.
The research also found many people have spent hundreds on toilet improvements over the years, with many saying they were “happy” with their bathrooms.
The Home Owner’s Association has launched a campaign to encourage people to pay attention to the bathroom, and said the survey shows the value of the bathroom.
“There’s so much going on in your bathroom that you may be missing out on the best part of your home,” the campaign’s director said.
“It’s important for you to get some real insight into what’s going on with your bathroom and whether you’re doing it right or not.”