At the end of a long, stressful day, there is nothing better than to soak in the shower under a stream of warm water. By updating the shower head you can make your bathroom the special retreat you deserve. There are many options available for you to create a unique look and feel for your bathroom retreat. With multiple shower choices, fixtures of all types and even special features for physical limitations, updating your bathroom is not as difficult as you might think. Here are the many choices of shower heads to consider:
Month: September 2014
A handy kitchen pullout faucet will become your new best friend in the kitchen. Our pullout faucets feature a retractable spray hose that is disguised inside a traditional spigot. A pullout faucet is an essential in the busy kitchen for filling large stock pots, cleaning dishes and pans, watering plants, and giving that bowl of tomatoes a good rinse. One thing that sets the pullout faucet apart from faucets with a separate pullout hose is that the pullout spray hose is cleverly hidden – given your modern kitchen an enhanced aesthetic appeal while putting the convenience of water “where you need it” at your fingertips. Read More
Ceramic tile is a versatile option that can fit any look as you are the artist. You can choose from a variety of patterns and colors for installation to make your new tile match any room or style in your house. Nearly impervious to moisture (less than 0.5% moisture absorption rate), ceramic tile is a great option in any room of your home and for those places exposed to moisture (when properly installed). Read More
We came up with a great idea, which inspired us to bring you a few of the world’s most intriguing hotel bathrooms. From over-the-top luxury to unfathomable views, these are not your ordinary bathrooms. Trust us… you’ll never want to leave! Read on to see what we have found!
What makes for an eco-friendly kitchen? That is a a really great question and the answer lies within your design technique, products and materials used.
Basically, it is biodegradable, sustainable items that are intended or perceived to have no harmful effect on the natural environment and its inhabitants. When it comes down to it, you can live healthier. Who doesn’t want that?
Now, there are a few different ways you can go about incorporating this into your daily lifestyle, while still being elegant and affordable. It will be an economical and ecological design, so to speak. They are very simple ideas that include:
1 Bamboo: This is the latest in environmentally, friendly kitchens. It can be used for backsplashes and flooring. Plus, as an added bonus, this material is really great for cutting boards for those fellow cooks out there.
2 Scrap wood: Basically, it is wood that nobody else desires, but it is still really good, hard wood that can be utilized.
3 Lighting: Try using fluorescents, in order to, cut down on lighting costs. They cut your energy use down by 50 percent. That is money right in your pocket.
4 Cork: This is a renewable resource made completely from the bark off of a tree. It is sound-absorbing, hypoallergenic and even resistant to mold and mildew. This is an excellent choice for kitchens!
5 Natural fabrics: Choose cotton or wool for your dining chairs and window dressings, especially since, man-made fabrics do contain chemicals that can be harmful to the environment.
Now, there are many other possibilities that you could employ, but, as you can see, you can give your home a really lovely and beautiful, green makeover with these easy tips. You will be helping your environment with this terrific update. The heart of your home will truly be transformed for the better. Plus, you will absolutely, positively love the new look and feel of your kitchen design. The benefits will speak for themselves.