Many of the most significant 2014 bathroom trends are ones that might sound a little familiar, as many have been gaining traction for the last few years. That said, many suggested features of yesteryear have become major must-haves for any large scale remodel in 2014, while some trends – like the move toward more open, spa-like bathrooms – have continued to evolve in interesting ways.
Spa style bathrooms have become more and more popular in recent years as homeowners attempt to recreate the open, airy, relaxed look and feel of bathrooms found in high-end hotels. But this design certainly isn’t a cookie cutter one: while there are similar features you can point to (like the prevalence of open shelf bathroom vanities, stone tile, or steam showers), the real point of a spa s
Discussions about bathroom vanities often revolve around functionality – about size and shape or the quality, quantity, and variety of storage. But as important as it is to have a vanity that’s intuitive and usable and that fits the way you use your bathroom, today I’d like to put all that aside and talk simply about style. In fact, I’d like to talk about a type of bathroom
Many bathroom design trends are beginning to converge: bigger bathrooms, luxury master suites, an emphasis on simplicity and creature comfort. Taken together, they show a clear trend towards master bathrooms strongly influenced by spas and high end hotels. But even with the simple, open floor plan and emphasis on luxurious natural materials in mind, there are more than a few options when it comes
I’ve talked a bit before about wood bathroom vanities, but usually in the context of structural integrity or rustic style. They come in all shapes, sizes, styles, and shades, and work well in a variety of bathroom decors. If you like the look of natural wood, and are considering a bathroom renovation, but aren’t quite sure what look you’re going for, here are a few ideas to get y
In my line of work, you see a lot of really beautiful bathrooms, from vintage to ultra modern and everything in between. But there’s one design I don’t see very often, despite the fact that I fall in love with it all over again every time I do – in floor tubs. These are regular drop in tubs that, instead of being installed in a frame, mount, or deck, are installed directly into
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