When redecorating your home it can become confusing as to what colors to use or what finishes to add. Not many people realize that gold is making a comeback. Gold is showing up everywhere. Sinks, faucets, hood vents and even grout. Can you believe you add gold inlays in your grout? It’s truly amazing. Read More
One of the manufacturers we carry for designer bathtubs, sinks and lavatories is WETSTYLE. WETSTYLE has been around for over 20 years and has set the standard for quality and simplicity when designing modern bathroom products. If you are looking for an elegant solution for your bathroom then you will want to choose. Read More
There is never a shortage of homeowners investing in a new renovation project. In fact, the statistical amount of money spent within the year of 2018 on home renovation is a whopping $74 billion. Among the many most popular remodels, the bathroom is the number one change made to most homes. Of course, the size of the project is based on the size of the homeowner’s wallet.
You buy a new home and you have a large bathroom that needs to be updated or maybe it is time for you to remodel your existing bathroom and it is a large room. So how do you use the space to get the most from your room and budget? You might want to consider separating the tub and shower, include a beautiful double sink or even put in a bidet.
As time progresses, so does design. Kitchen design does not stay behind. But sometimes it can feel overwhelming to keep up with the latest trends. Especially when considering doing the renovations yourself, it can be difficult to adapt a new style for your own kitchen. One new trend is the open shelving look.
When it comes to renovations, sometimes the simplest change in hardware and accessories can provide a complete transformation to a room. Each year there is something fresh and innovative to keep your bathroom up to date.
What is new in bathroom trends?
In the growing years homeowners are moving towards eco-friendly, long lasting and “biggest bang for their buck” improvements to their kitchens and bathrooms. We at Plumbtile have found the trends are leaning toward concrete accents, wallpaper-like backsplash tile and vintage lighting. Here are just a few of the trends that we have noticed for 2018: