Who wouldn’t want an easy to clean bathroom, but is it really possible? Okay, a self-cleaning bathroom may be the stuff of science fiction or fairy tales, but it is possible to create a bathroom design that makes it much easier to keep the space clean and tidy. A bathroom remodel is the perfect time to get all the details right with our top 5 tips on easy to clean bathroom designs.
When planning your ideal shower design, make sure you include storage for those toiletries that need to be readily available. Forget about the old-fashioned hanging wire racks you buy in any hardware store. Shower storage is now sleek, customized, and built into your shower so it is an integral part of the design.
Bathroom sinks are a hard-working feature of any bathroom design, particularly in a busy master bath or kids’ bathroom. You spend a lot of time at the sink – washing hands, brushing teeth, shaving, and much more. Yet, they are more than just a functional requirement for a bathroom renovation. Sinks make a style statement, either by smoothly blending in to their surroundings or by standing out as a unique design feature.
When embarking on a bathroom renovation, there are many decisions to make from style to product selections to color scheme. Your choice of showerhead may not seem like the most important product consideration, but it greatly influences shower quality. Showers have taken on a more prominent role in bathroom design, sometimes even replacing the bathtub. Our 5-step guide will help you choose the ideal fixture to get the most out of your shower.
Everyone needs a little boost in January, as the days are still short and the weather cold. A trip to the spa would be perfect, wouldn’t it? What if the spa were in your own home, so you could get that relaxing retreat without having to go outside your door? This may sound too good to be true, but it is a very achievable goal with the right bathroom design.
Bathroom flooring is expected to look stylish and complement your bathroom design. At the same time, it must withstand high levels of foot traffic, moisture, and dirt, all while remaining easy to clean and highly durable. It’s no wonder selecting the right floor for your bathroom renovation is a daunting task.
Planning a new bathroom is exciting! There are so many products to choose from, and a bathroom renovation is the ideal time to get that extra-large shower you always wanted or a freestanding vanity with plenty of storage. Don’t forget to also include a well-thought out lighting design in your bathroom planning.
A vanity cabinet is the perfect addition to a bathroom remodeling project. They come in an array of styles to suit any home décor, and contain a treasure trove of storage designed to keep your new bathroom looking neat and tidy. For many people, a vanity cabinet is central to solving bathroom storage concerns, offering purpose built space for items you want hidden away but easily accessible. With so many options, how do you select the right one? Consider these 5 questions to help you get started.
Showers have taken center stage in today’s bathroom designs, with a variety of styles and sizes, and an array of options for showerheads, tile designs, and enclosures to suit any bathroom. Many people choose to forego a bathtub to make space for a larger shower. If your bathroom remodeling plans still include a bathtub, freestanding tubs are by far the most popular choice. Why is this? Freestanding tubs are as much about form as function, with styles ranging from antique claw foot tubs to sleek contemporary designs like the one shown here.
Household Requirements: Requirements for a master bathroom shower differ from a guest or a child’s bathroom. Homes with small children typically require a bathtub, so do not remove your tub in favor of a large shower. If you are planning your design around mobility issues or aging in place, an accessible shower is the best […]