How Modern Design Can Maximize Your Bathroom

Whether you like it or not, you’re going to spend a good chunk of your life in your bathroom. For most of us, we don’t think too hard about it, except to usually complain that there’s not enough space. Is there though? If you have the wrong hardware and furniture installed, you can have a […]

Get The Look: A Rustic Twist To Warm Up A Cottage Bathroom

Of all the many different bathroom styles out there, cottage bathrooms are easily the most common and the most iconic. Clawfoot tubs, pedestal sinks, subway and hex tile, and maybe some beadboard all combine to create what you probably think of when you think “bathroom.” But wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling white porcelain interrupted only by the occasional […]

Six Stylish Ways To Showcase Your New Luxury Bathtub

The most common type of bathtub is a simple rectangular acrylic tub installed in a corner or along a wall, usually with an attached shower door or shower curtain. But while this is far and away the most common setup, if you’re planning a major bathroom renovation, “common” is probably the last look you’re going […]

The Steam Shower Whirlpool Tub: A Luxury Take On The Boring Shower Tub

Small bathrooms often get the short end of the stick when it comes to availability of luxury upgrades. After all, it’s hard to have a big, sweeping shower stall when your bathroom itself is neither big nor sweeping, and ditto for a roomy soaking tub or whirlpool. In bathrooms where there isn’t much space to […]

Contemporary Chic: Introducing KubeBath’s Trendy White Bathrooms

When you think ‘freestanding bathtub’ you may be put in mind of old antique clawed tubs, copper basins, or just generally the sort of bathtub involving diligently adding water that’s been heated over a stove. As in, not something from the modern era, supported by modern conveniences. But the freestanding tub is becoming more and […]

Get The Look: Building A Refined, Seaside Style Bathroom

I’ve talked a lot lately about gray, shaker style bathroom vanities. After all, it’s one of the main breakout design trends this year, and one that beautifully combines many of the smaller trends this season. But today I want to take a look at one bathroom that makes brilliant use of this trend to create […]

Building An Outdoor Bathroom: Using Your Landscaping To Create A Decadent Spa Bath

One of the simplest tricks to creating a relaxing spa style bathroom is to incorporate natural elements into the design. That can be anything from unfinished wood surfaces to a nice view or even potted plants or cut flowers; bringing in any kind of natural element can help make it feel like you’re getting back […]

Get The Look: Building A Warm And Inviting White Bathroom

White bathrooms never go out of style, but it takes a delicate touch to pull off this classic look just right. Too much white can wind up looking stark and sterile, and sticking with the traditional porcelain-on-porcelain can easily result in a bathroom that’s boring and bland. Of course, adding too much color defeats the […]

Get The Look: An Elegant Transitional Take On The Classic Cottage Style Bathroom

Bathroom design has been trending more and more modern over the last decade, and in the past few years, an in-between transitional style has overtaken traditional design as the most popular. But this year there’s been an interesting offshoot of this trend: a transitional style that adheres to the sleek simplicity of a modern design, […]

Beyond The Classic Clawfoot Tub: Stylish Freestanding Bathtubs For A Contemporary Bathroom

Clawfoot bathtubs are the number one go-to choice for anyone looking to get something more than just the average bathtub. They’re beautiful, iconic, and carry a sense of history with them – after all, they do represent the origin of the modern bathtub in this part of the world. But classic clawfoot tubs aren’t the […]