A person spends a good amount of time in bathroom doing various daily tasks such as bathing, tooth brushing, cleansing face, or just using the toilet. It is amazing how much impact such a small space can have on your overall mental stress levels. An inviting and uplifting bathroom provides a place to take a...Read more
Most people are reluctant to remodel their bathroom. It seems like an impossible task, especially if it’s currently dark and cluttered. It can seem so overwhelming to even think about. But, there is hope. A bathroom should feel like a retreat. Here are a few simple ways to make it so.
Pale blue can make your bathroom look as a relaxing spa-like sanctuary if you decorate it gently, keeping in mind the balance between blue and other colors. Overall light blue is a natural shade for your bathroom. However, incorrectly selected accents or painted areas on the walls can turn it into a "hospital" with only...Read more
Whether you start the day with an eye-opening shower or end it with a warm soak in the tub, your home’s master bathroom should be a luxurious getaway. It’s the only place in the house where it’s acceptable to lock the door and tune out everything on the other side. This multipurpose room should take...Read more
The below white bathroom design was created by Australian architects Owen and Vokes that were further split into two separate design agencies Owen Architecture and Vokes and Peters - the vertical white subway tiles, the wood towel bar, the offset pocket door, and the simple white pendant light by Scandinavian design collective Muuto.
Remodeling your bathroom can lead to many benefits, two of those being comfort and even an increase in your real estate value. With that being said, it is impossible to complete the renovation perfectly. And so, here are some beneficial and general do’s and don’ts for your bathroom renovation. Read more
We love the graphic simplicity of this classic black and white bathroom remodel by Portland, OR–based JHInteriorDesign.com. Helgerson brightened the original bathroom by adding a new window near the original tub (which she painted black) and panelling the walls and ceiling in wainscotting. Photos by Lincoln Barbour, courtesy of Jessica Helgerson Design.