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.
A pedestal sink is a classic piece of bathroom furniture that can act as a centerpiece for bathrooms of various sizes and styles.
A large two-sink vanity with an expansive countertop and vast storage doesn’t work for every remodel. For certain homes, we approach guest bathrooms and small washrooms with a minimalistic approach, finding a small vanity to make a big impact, focusing on functionality and style over size and stature.
Elegant, serene, luxurious: these are a few ways to describe freestanding tubs. They’ve made a big comeback during the past few years, and they make for a great focal point in large bathrooms.
Whether you want a comfortable place to rest while you shave, or a sturdy seat for bathing safely, a shower seat can make your shower experience easier.
A glass vessel sink commands attention. It’s the kind of bathroom fixture that’s unexpected, elegant, and likely to spark conversation among your guests.
Add safety, comfort, and relaxation to your bathroom with a walk-in bathtub.
In honor of bath safety month, we thought we would take a look at one of our favorite universal design or age-in-place design elements: the walk-in tub.
A toilet is a toilet is a toilet….right?
Wrong! With extreme examples like Kohler’s ‘Numi’, the general form of the toilet is starting to change and evolve; bringing new levels of design and function to the once-utilitarian bathroom.
One of the latest trends in bathroom design that is here to stay: vessel sinks.
When choosing a style of sink for your bathroom remodel, you have more than a handful to choose from: countertop or undercounter, pedestal or wall-mount, tile-in, vanity mount, or vessel.