A walk-in shower is one of the most popular trends for bathroom remodels. Walk-in showers are attractive, easy to clean and can be customized for safety, comfort and use. They can be designed to fit almost any bathroom space and can be integrated with a soaking tub.
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A design plan for a bathroom remodel can be started from the ground up. Flooring is a major element in the design of a bathroom. Bathrooms require floors that are slip-resistant, hygienic, repel water and tolerate humidity. Tile flooring is often selected for these reasons and because it is easy to maintain. Other products used for bathroom floors include laminate, vinyl, stone, glass and environmentally-friendly flooring such as cork or bamboo.
In our area people truly appreciate the opportunity to extend the time they can spend outdoors and enjoy the natural surroundings or gardens of their homes. A three-season room can generally be used from April through November and perhaps even on moderate winter and early spring days.
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When remodeling a bathroom, more homeowners are adding walk-in showers. They often will replace a tub with a walk-in shower. Walk-in showers have many advantages. They can be designed with or without doors. They are more accessible than a tub/shower combination because of low or level thresholds. And, many showerhead and accessory options can add comfort to make a shower as relaxing as a warm bath.
A basement can provide the room we need for things that can’t be accommodated in the primary living space of a home. For example, is your living room too small for a large flat screen television with surround-sound? Or is your sewing machine taking up space in your dining room or a guest bedroom? Are the kid’s toys everywhere? Has a special collection outgrown the space in your family room? The extra space you need may be just below your main floor.
If you’re thinking about remodeling a bathroom, what are the things that are motivating you? Could it be that you dislike cleaning a shower stall with sliding doors that sometimes get stuck on the tracks? Have you experienced mold on the ceilings and walls due to inadequate ventilation? Have you grown weary of the tile and flickering of fluorescent lights? Do you find the general layout of the room dysfunctional and perhaps even unsafe for users?
If you’ve resolved to remodel your kitchen this year you may be looking for some of the hottest trends in kitchen design and new ideas to make the space functional for cooking, storage and entertaining. We are always looking for the latest trends too.
If you’re looking for ways to increase the “green” in your home, there are several upgrades or changes you can make that make both large and small impacts. Here are ten eco-friendly home improvemements to consider: