Obviously, there are set number of standard fixtures that you’ll find in your bathroom—you’ve got your toilet, your sink, faucets, and shower-slash-tub (if it’s not a powder room)—but when you’re not in control of what those look like (say, you’re a renter or not in any place financially to undergoRead More →

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Old world elegance gets a modern twist with Aquatica’s stunningly lovely True Ofuro Japanese Seated Soaking Tub. Handcrafted of American Walnut, True Ofuro revitalizes body and soul—as well as the venerated bathing culture of Japan. Source: Beautiful Japanese Style Bathing from AquaticaRead More →

Your bathroom is one of the most private areas of your home, and that’s why it should be a space you enjoy spending time in. So to help jumpstart your bathroom decorating endeavours, we dug through our stash of house tours and gathered some of the most brilliant bathroom designRead More →

Any way you slice it, 269 square feet is just not a lot of space. But thanks to a clever design, and lots of smart storage solutions, this small Japanese apartment manages to fit in everything that’s needed for living comfortably—and look good doing it. Source: Clever Small-Space Ideas FromRead More →

This rental powder room has bright white walls, interesting art, enviable jewelry displays, and very nice fixtures, but there’s just something missing. What could it be? STRIPES! The answer is stripes. This bathroom is now so bold and glamorous. Source: Before and After: A Bold $230 Rental Bathroom RedoRead More →

Yep, we love old stuff. But you knew that already, right? There’s nothing more I like than breathing new life into something that’s old and a bit worn out, which is exactly what we set out to do with the bathroom in our renovation. Source: How to DIY a VintageRead More →

Transitional-Bathroom

Traditional bathroom designs are taking a back seat to a more spa-like, clean and minimal look, according to the National Kitchen + Bath Association (NKBA). The organization queried hundreds of designers, remodelers, architects, manufacturers and dealers to discover the trends in bathroom styles, sinks and tubs, cabinets, lighting, flooring, colorsRead More →

When you think about styling a bathroom, what comes first to mind? The tile? The shower curtain? Maybe the soft towels? Bathrooms can easily be the forgotten room in the house because their purpose is all about necessity. After the tub, toilet and sink, what else do you need? Source:Read More →

Corner sink in a small bathroom

Designing a small bathroom might be a puzzle, you never what to do, where you should place this or that. A small bathroom can be stressful especially during the early morning; but, you don’t have to move, at Yves Bouvier , there are many ways to make your bathroom look bigger and Read More →

Delta finished chrome faucet and sink

In early 2018, I was contacted by Delta and invited to join the 2018 Delta Design Trust panel alongside a few other celebrated design authorities: Noa Santos, Elsie Larson, Emma Chapman, and Sabrina Soto. I’m in good company, I know! Source: Thoughtful Details that Make for a Beautiful Bathroom RedesignRead More →

An image of a Scandinavian bathroom

The bathroom is an intimate place that requires a lot more than just privacy. The perfect bathroom is going to be as practical as it can be while having a sleek visual appearance that will look clean any way you look at it. These are the same adjectives that youRead More →

Planning to renovate your bathroom soon? That would be a perfect time to add a walk-in shower to the space. After all, all the modern bathrooms have one. Walk-in showers are sleek, stylish, space-efficient and on top of that they’re very practical and user-friendly too. Source: Modern Shower Designs AndRead More →

Many may argue that the bathroom is one of the most personal rooms in a home, and others will argue that it isn’t. In our opinion, the bathroom is one of the best areas to decorate and personalize. The main reason being the bathroom can be transformed into numerous differentRead More →

The bathroom was once considered a utilitarian space – but nowadays people applaud turning the most humble room in the home into a private spa-worthy sanctuary . The benefits of creating a space to quite literally wash the day away, the design decision-making process is just as important as pickingRead More →

Dezeen promotion: German brand Grohe has launched its latest collection of ceramic bathroom products , featuring minimalist and “urban-inspired” shapes. Named Cube , the range has a geometric appearance and is intended to be used alongside Grohe’s Eurocube, Lineare, Allure and Allure Brilliant collections. “With its minimalist look of contemporaryRead More →

More than ever I’m starting to see the bathroom as a place for relaxation, and so it makes sense to invest some time into making it an enjoyable space to be in. And what’s the easiest way to make your bathroom an oasis of calm? Plants! Source: A Guide ToRead More →

Imagine the frothy feeling of a warm bubble bath against your skin. The feeling is decadent and relaxing. Now, what do you see when you open your eyes? If your existing bathroom decor doesn’t reflect that image, or evoke that same pampered feeling, then perhaps it’s time to reassess yourRead More →

Have you been dreaming of giving your bathroom a much needed update? If so, here are five dreamy bathroom interiors to spark your imagination! Sitting right above Malibu’s Carbon Beach, this minimalist bathroom practically floats atop the Pacific Ocean. The little piece of perfection is part of a private andRead More →

Decorating a bathroom effectively is a challenge even for the best of us. In such a full space, you really need to think about the colors and textures you use so it will look styled but not overwhelming. When you get your own bathroom decorated to your liking, it’s easy toRead More →

My stacks of vintage kitchen and bathroom brochures have been taunting me lately, so Ms. Scan I Am. This 1954 brochure from Crane is a beauty. Crane was top-of-the-line when it came to bathroom sinks, toilets and tubs. Gorgeous products! And, 1954 was an interesting year:  America was just beginningRead More →