The first step in any major bathroom remodel is deciding on a type of decor. Depending on the style of the rest of your home, the choice might be obvious. But if your home doesn’t fit neatly into a particular style, the age-old traditional vs. modern debate might be a little more complicated. If a traditional design would be too ornate, and a modern design too spare, it might be time to look
Contemporary bathrooms emphasize clean, simple lines and open, uncluttered spaces. The first one is more or less easy to attain – after all, it’s sort of built into the furnishing. But keeping clutter at bay in any room of the home – especially one as frequently used as the bathroom – isn’t quite so easy. It’s why choosing the right bathroom vanities is so impor
As a bit of an occupational hazard, I’ve really fallen in love with bathroom design in all its shapes and forms. From historical restorations to the most contemporary spaces, I think the bathroom is the most fun place in the whole home to play with design. That’s why, today, I want to take a minute to look at the history of bathroom design – or, specifically the history of bathro
Everyone knows about the little black dress – the one just-right, all-occasion dress that makes you feel as good as it makes you look. Black is both classy and classic, simple but stunning, and the perfect way to go if you want to get dressed up. And I got to thinking, if it works for dresses, why not elsewhere? Regular readers will know that I’m a big fan of using black in home decor,
For the first time ever this year, transitional style surpassed traditional design as the most popular choice for bathrooms. In fact, the shift toward more contemporary styles is one of the most important bathroom trends for 2013. But what does that mean, exactly, and how does it apply to YOUR bathroom? Today I’d like to take a look at transitional bathroom vanities as an example of how you
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