Today’s bathtubs are designed for both style and comfort. There are many options on the market and each year, new styles and features are introduced to help homeowners' find the perfect bathtub for their specific needs. Tubs come in a variety of shapes and a range of sizes, materials, finishes, and installations methods. When selecting a tub for your bathroom, first consider your style requirements, then which tub size and material will work best for you and your needs, and finally, consider any additional bathtub features or amenities.
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Traditional-style kitchens are typically considered formal, sophisticated and classic. Traditional design incorporates architectural features from European, Mexican, and Colonial American traditions. Elegant craftsmanship, embellishments and refined details are important. If you love the look of a traditional home, here are six traditional design elements for kitchens to consider as you plan your kitchen remodeling project.Read More
People often underestimate the design power of a statement hardware piece. This piece can create visual contrast in the overall room design, or add a special touch that creates a look that feels more unique to your tastes and home. Details like hardware can have an impact on the finished look of your space, so it's important to keep these items in mind. For instance, crystal hardware is perfect if you desire to have a more glamorous space. Copper or antique knobs would be more suited to a room with a more rustic appeal. Here are our picks for some current kitchen cabinet hardware trends to help you add a bit more personality to your home.Read More
Though gardens are primarily composed of plants, they can be enhanced with additional features like pathways, retaining wall or structures. Non-plant landscaping elements are referred to as hardscaping, since most of these features are composed of hard materials such as stone or concrete. Hardscaping serves as a framework around which gardens can be arranged, separating planting areas, offering connections between different garden plots, or helping to pull an all-over yard landscape together. Though a hardscape isn't necessary for a beautiful garden, it may be worth considering. See how different hardscape design ideas were used in our outdoor living projects to inspire using the additional elements in your landscape to help your yard feel more put together and usable.