The trend of the bold powder room is gaining momentum as the year moves forward. But if you are finding it difficult to believe you can really take a risk on some crazy design in the powder room, we’re here to tell you it’s ok. Here’s why.
Get the Wood-Grain Look in Unexpected Places
Want something really unique? Something rustic, yet contemporary? Consider wood in the shower.
With another installment of 50 Shades on the horizon, we thought it was a good time to revist this post from the last time we all flocked to the theater for a little gray. Enjoy!
The lovely thing about gray is there are almost limitless shades of it. Gray, at its most basic, is just the mixture of black and white in different amounts. But these days, with gray being the primary color of choice in home decor, the options are boundless. Here are a few more options to add to your gray tile palette.
Prevent water damage and get a seamless look with these pro tips for tiling under and around a bathroom vanity
Tiling under your new vanity or custom cabinets can prevent shower or sink water from finding its way into your house. Extending tile all the way under freestanding or floating vanities can make a room look and feel larger, too. These vanities are popular choices in today's bathrooms, so it's important to understand the pros and cons of bringing tile all the way under your bathroom storage.
Topics: Bathroom Tile Ideas
Summer has lots of things going for it when it comes to remodeling. The weather is great, the days are longer, and the kids are out of school. But if you think summer is the best time to remodel your bathroom, you might want to rethink it. Read on to find out why another time might actually work much better for you.
Leverage Pinterest to Help You Design Your Space
It’s the virtual pin board of the world and once you start, you can’t stop. Pinterest provides inspiration to millions every day. It’s natural that you turn there when you’re planning your new home or a remodel.
Pinterest can be a very helpful tool in the design phase of your project. It can help you effectively communicate with your designer, architect, or builder and ultimately get the look you want right down to the tiniest details.
Here are a few ideas for the vanity that go far beyond the everyday. Whether you're trying to get out the door for work or going out for a night on the town, you'll feel special.
You’ve watched enough home improvement shows on TV to know that every remodel has surprises. Just when they think the budget and timeline really are doable, that’s when the mold is discovered or the faulty electrical rears its ugly head.
Your bathroom remodel will come with its own set of troubles. Some you have no control over, some come simply because you change your mind. Planning for hiccups is smart, but even smarter is to anticipate some of the issues you might run into—both those you can control and those you can’t. Here are some you should have on your radar.
In every great relationship there are little points of conflict which you mostly just agree to disagree on. But when it comes to the new bathroom design, things can get a little heated. Should there be a separate shower and tub? What is the budget exactly? Is it OK to splurge on the floor and sacrifice the rainfall shower head? At least you can agree on the dual vanity.
Here are a few ideas for his and hers bathrooms that will end in a happily ever after.