New houses are designed with current needs and aesthetics in mind, often using the newest appliances on offer and adhering to the newest building standards for room zoning and feature placement.
A luxury shower is about more than just the overall aesthetic and feel. Practicality is just as important so you have an attractive and enjoyable bathing experience. To better understand what you consider when designing a luxury shower, we spoke to t…
It is an established fact that white is far from basic. In fact, the classic white can be anything from calm, elegant, luxurious, simple, lavish, chic, easy, comforting, royal. White is a whole mood in itself.
You have to be bold to choose the beautiful shade of black for your bathroom. However, if you wish for a timeless classic design that looks sexy and feels powerful, black is the right choice.
Not fully satisfied with your current bathtub? Is a bathroom renovation in your immediate future? Then rejoice, for today we are sharing with you the 10 most important considerations when buying a new tub.
Aesthetically speaking, few materials have the style- and staying power of wood. In addition to being a popular building/design option, wood also ensures prime texture and a splash of color, depending on which type of wood (and accompanying finishes)…
Shower floor tiles need to be a big consideration when any new bathroom installation is being completed and it's surprising how many facets there actually are to take into account.
Even the most novice of interior designers/decorators know that when it comes to wall styles and –designs, bathroom walls are different. That is because living rooms, bedrooms, and even kitchens can flaunt just about any wall covering due to their sp…
Although the bathroom is usually the second most expensive room to renovate (the kitchen wins first place), that doesn’t mean you need a hefty budget or a full-on renovation to give it a sleek makeover.
It’s a fact: big bathrooms are the stuff of dreams, but don’t be misled into thinking that smaller, more compact bathrooms are a nightmare. Even professional Bathroom Designers know it’s not the size that counts, but rather what you do with it.