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Top 5 Bath Design Trends for 2019

Posted by Mike Hendy on Tue, Mar 12, 2019

In 2019 bath design, we can expect to see more of a focus on what modern manufacturing and technology options can achieve as well as a eye for updating classic elements in more contemporary ways. Our picks of the top 5 bath trends we're seeing emerge in the Greater Cincinnati area are below. 

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Topics: Design Trends and Ideas, Bathrooms

Project Spotlight: Master Bathroom in West Chester

Posted by Michael Henson on Tue, Mar 5, 2019

Sometimes a remodeling project seems to have limitations to the untrained eye. A wall, soffit or plumbing location may appear to be immovable, so when you dream about a new space, the ideas you envision become limited. This is the exact situation in which consulting a team of remodeling professionals can offer many advantages. In this master bathroom remodel, elements that seemed like barriers were identified and addressed, paving the way for a complete renovation with many more options and possibilities than the homeowners realized they had.

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Bathrooms

Ideas for Remodeling Your Guest Bath

Posted by Cyndi Kohler on Tue, Feb 26, 2019

Updating or overhauling your guest bathroom is a straight-forward remodeling project that can often make a great impact in the home. Whether your guests have to share the hall bath, they get their own private room, or you just need a nice bathroom for when you have people over, the guest bath has a different inherent character than a more personal master bath. Here we outline some considerations for your new guest bathroom.

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Bathrooms

Master Bathrooms Without a Tub

Posted by Michael Henson on Tue, Jan 15, 2019

We're seeing it more and more- homeowners deciding to remove the tub in their master bathrooms. Bathtubs, particularly large jet tubs, used to be the ultimate symbol of luxury, and while statement-making soakers are still in vogue for some homes, other owners are discovering that baths are just not part of their regular routines. Here are some examples of master bathrooms without a tub, reasons why tubs are removed, and what was done with the space instead.

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Topics: Design Trends and Ideas, Bathrooms

Bath Design Ideas for Daily Life

Posted by Christina Temple on Tue, Nov 20, 2018

When we think of new bathrooms, our minds wander into the "spa-like retreat" category that fills us with the sort of calm and quiet comfort we'd like to enjoy at home. While it's possible to create a bathroom that feels like an oasis from the world, there is also a need to account for how you'll use the bathroom in your regular, daily life. Soaking tubs and steam showers aside, here are 6 practical bath design ideas.

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Topics: Bathrooms

6 Bathroom Mirror & Light Design Ideas

Posted by Michael Henson on Tue, Oct 9, 2018

While the tub, shower and vanity cabinets tend to get all the props for making a bathroom great, the functional practicality of mirrors and lighting can't be overlooked. Here are 6 things to look for when deciding on the mirrors and lights for your bathroom vanity.

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Topics: Bathrooms

Project Spotlight: Classic Master Bath in Indian Hill

Posted by Michael Henson on Tue, Sep 4, 2018

One of the challenges we see often in bathroom remodels is when the existing design is passable, but off for the homeowner. This master bathroom in Indian Hill is one such example. Spacious and well-appointed, the bathroom lacked a style direction and the room's various finishes and materials were a little too mix-and-match. Designer Cyndi Kohler helped the homeowners pare down and refine the room's design to create a new master bath with classic appeal.

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Topics: Bathrooms

Tips for Walk-In Closet Design

Posted by Steve Hendy on Tue, Jul 17, 2018

A walk-in closet is like a small personal room where you can start and end each day. It should be efficient and match your style and needs, but if you're like most people, it's probably cluttered and not quite organized. Closets function at their best when systems are in place that match what you actually have and the way you live. Here are some of our best tips for creating the walk-in closet of your dream.

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Topics: Bathrooms, Storage

6 Kitchen & Bathroom Countertop Options

Posted by Cyndi Kohler on Tue, Jul 10, 2018

Your choice of countertop material for your kitchen or bathroom is a key element to creating the design and style of your space. There are many types of counter surfaces to chose from (and many color and style options within each), so it can be a bit of an overwhelming decision. It's helpful to know the popular materials and their properties, so we've outlined the 6 most common options below to get your started.

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Topics: Bathrooms, Kitchens, Countertops

Project Spotlight: Country Chic Master Bathroom in Indian Hill

Posted by Mike Hendy on Tue, Jul 3, 2018

This Indian Hill remodel focused on improving the quality and style of the master bathroom to better reflect the owner's love of chic country design. Treating the two bathroom spaces as one and removing the dated elements helped to create a new space that will suit the home and owners for a long time to come.

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Bathrooms

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