When it comes to increasing natural light in your home, the bathroom may not be one of the rooms that first comes to mind. But in reality, most people get ready in their bathrooms every day and natural light can make a big difference! Make sure your available windows are up to the task, then check out our six ways to make the most of that natural light in your bathroom design.
If you plan to age in place in your current home, or if anyone in your home has limited mobility, then a bathroom designed for accessibility may be the right choice for you. Accessibility also does not mean that you must sacrifice style, as these changes can be seamlessly incorporated into any style bathroom design.
Hardwood floors are a very popular choice for kitchen designs, as they give the room a timeless appeal and bring warmth to the space. Alternatively, one of the hottest trends in flooring is wood-look tile, that has the appearance of wood with the durability of tile. Which one is right for you?
A bathroom remodel is the perfect time to assess your full bathroom storage requirements and develop a design that meets all these needs. In addition to standard vanity cabinet storage, consider including a recessed niche or cabinet that will offer handy storage without impacting on your bathroom footprint.
The bathroom is a functional place where we start and end our day, but this doesn’t mean it has to look boring. Why stick to a tired, bland bathroom design when you can bring Hollywood pizazz to your daily routine? Whether you’ve given other rooms in your house a fix of glamor, or just want to go to town on your master bath remodel, look no further than our tips on how to achieve a show-stopping bath design.
Are you thinking about a bathroom remodel that will be sleek, stylish, and functional? Contemporary design could be exactly what you want. It differs from modern design in that it incorporates elements of popular styles culminating in a look that brings together comfort and sustainability.
No longer relegated to a small cubicle in the corner or a showerhead installed inside a bathtub enclosure, today’s shower can be as small or large as you are able to fit into your bathroom layout. The shower can be in a private, walled enclosure, combined with a bathtub, or surrounded by frameless glass to give an open, bright feel. Your shower could have a curtain, a sliding door, or a hinged glass door. Or, you could opt for an open shower design, removing the door altogether. Read on to find out more about open shower styles.
When planning a new bathroom design, the first step is to think about who uses it. Are you one of the lucky few who has this room to themselves or is there at least one other person sharing with you? In order to co-exist peacefully in a master, family or hall bathroom there is some essential planning to be done at the design stage.
Summer is almost here. Soon, it will be time for pool parties and barbecues, graduations and wedding showers. With all the extra foot traffic coming through your home, it might be time to spruce up your bathroom design and take some inspiration from summer styles. Here are several different ways to bring a summery feel to your powder room or master bath.
If you think technology has no place in a bathroom design, you would be mistaken! Just like technology plays a critical role in all other aspects of daily life, it also has become an essential part of planning a bathroom remodel. Here are a few of the latest trends to consider, starting from the floor and working our way to the ceiling.