Small bathrooms can make your design options seem limited. From the color paint you use to the storage and shower options you pick, there are many clever bathroom design ideas to turn your small bathroom into a highly functional and practical room.
Choosing the best interior paint colors is one of the greatest remodeling challenges homeowners face. On a whim, you may choose a bold color scheme, which isn’t likely to remain your favorite.
Question #1: Currently what is more popular, a round- or a rectangular-shaped sink?
Matt: It all depends on the style and use for the bathroom.
Question #1: What makes a great designer and a great designing experience?
The psychology of the design process is actually very interesting.
Question #1: Do you want a comfort-height toilet?
For most the answer is yes, especially if you don’t currently have a comfort-height toilet in your home.
Bathrooms have been featuring floating vanities more and more, as home owners increasingly appreciate the sleep minimalism they exhibit as hallmarks of the modern home.
YoYo lives in the Crenshaw, California home that her grandmother first bought over 80 years ago. Over the years, both her mother and grandmother made some major renovations to the home, but nearly all of them without professional help.
Note: This article originally appeared in the July 2016 print edition of the Larchmont Chronicle.
By Billy Taylor
Does your bathroom need a facelift?
A pedestal sink is a classic piece of bathroom furniture that can act as a centerpiece for bathrooms of various sizes and styles.
For this week’s Transformation Tuesday, we’re looking at a traditional style bathroom we remodeled in the Los Angeles area. The homeowner wanted to switch from a beachy style bathroom to a more traditional style room that incorporated natural stone and classic-looking furniture and fixtures.