Up until now, bathrooms have had very functional looking toilets, tubs, and faucets. They look nice, yes, but not necessarily classy or modern. It is time to modernize your bathroom! The trend today is to revamp your bathroom; make it have style, grace, and individuality while still maintaining that old-as-time functionality. So what does a bathroom need? Tubs, toilets, faucets, and a little storage space for toiletries, towels, and other bathroom necessities, right? The possibilities are endless when you think about it. So many combinations of colors, textures, and uniquely designed furniture and fixtures offer infinite options when you take into the account the uniqueness of the individual who’s got it in their head to remodel and modernize their bathroom. Check out the following tips and ideas for modernizing your bathroom. Read More
Wooden bathtub designs nourish your desire for a long, warm soaking bath. Their curves and contrasting wood tones maintain evoke a sense of charm and elegance even after (and sometimes because of) extended use.
Rustic wooden tubs have the look of the Old West’s watering troughs or whiskey barrels. Modern techniques provide the rustic appearance while preserving vital ease of use. Read More
Every day should be a spa day. After a long day at work, you wish you could just stop by the spa and refresh your body, mind and soul. Unfortunately, we can’t stop by the spa every day. So, why not turn your bathroom into a spa? Leading the decorative marketplace since 1978, Plumbtile provides products that reflect elegance, luxury, quality and functionality. Read More
Minimalism is quickly becoming a popular lifestyle choice all over the world. From cleaning out family heirloom collections to trading large pieces of art for barely-there pieces, minimalist practices are everywhere! The stainless steel bath accessories and decorative bathroom hardware products from Cool Lines USA will update your home or office to get you on the fast track to a visually appealing minimalist look. Read More
While out shopping lately, have you noticed the sights, sounds and feelings of Autumn? Bathroom designs are going back to the basics and basing their designs off nature. They are using neutral and more deep colors, and the shapes featured in their designs are mimicking plants and waves, giving designs an organic, yet subtle, feel. Keeping up with the trend, Porcelanosa bath & kitchen are bringing out nature inspired designs in tile.
Since 2007, Brizo bath & kitchen has partnered with noted fashion designer Jason Wu, known for his timeless luxury and the craftsmanship of his designs. This partnership, which began with Brizo sponsoring Jason’s fashion shows, has grown and evolved to include Brizo bringing guests to New York Fashion Week, using the designer’s gowns in advertising campaigns, and collaborating with him on a co-branded lavatory suite.’ Read More
North River Mint creates Uncommon Decorative Hardware including Knobs, Hooks and Pulls for Kitchen Cabinets, Drawers and Bathroom Furniture. NRM is a family-owned company offering over 270 designs of signed, copyrighted decorative hardware. All NRM products are handmade in the U.S.A. of highly refined, lead-free jewelers metal and unconditionally guaranteed for quality. Read More
Hansgrohe is honored to have many of the world’s most successful designers & architects working for them. Philippe Starck, Antonio Citterio, Jean-Marie Massaud, Patricia Urquiola and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec were judged by a highly-qualified judging panel in 2009 to be part of an elite group of the top 25 designers and are considered the world’s best in their craft. They offer a new perspective on bathroom designs and have stepped forward as technical innovators. Hansgrohe credits these designers with having a hand in the brand winning more than 300 internationally renowned awards for their bathroom faucets, showers and shower systems, as well as helping them to set multiple new trends. Read More
Bathrooms do not have to be the usual white. Porcelanosa presents one of Noken’s most successful bathroom collections in black: the Essence-C series.
Tired of the same old, white bathroom? While white might be a dominant color for bathrooms and that trend is unlikely to change, there are a growing numbers of new trends that can add interest and beauty to this often overlooked room. For example, the National Kitchen & Bath Association created a poll for the top bathroom design trends, and some of the answers may surprise you.