Contemporary design lends itself well to bathroom design. With the angular nature of bathroom features like vanities and showers and the need for moisture-resistant materials, it's easy to create modern-feeling spaces in large or small bathrooms. When considering what specific design choices make a bathroom feel more contemporary than other styles, there are some key concepts that we can use. We took a look at several bathroom projects from our library of remodels and spotted five concepts to help you decide if a contemporary bathroom might be in line with your style.Read More
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Tile is a practical and stylish addition to many areas of the home. Since tile comes in a variety of materials, shapes, sizes, and colors, it’s a great way to customize any given space and achieve a specific look. There are tiles that function best in a practical sense, such as floor tiles in entryways, mudrooms, or bathrooms, but all tiles offer a decorative function as well. We spoke with Neal’s Designer Christina Temple to get her thoughts and tips on selecting tile for any area of the home.Read More
Including tile in the design of a kitchen, bath, or other area is a fantastic way to add interest and character to your home. There are thousands of styles of tile available and even more ways to use them in your home, so we turned to Neal's Designer Jodi Smith to get her insight into how she designs personalized and beautiful new spaces with tile.Read More
Bathrooms play a key role in our daily routines. Whatever day we have planned ahead, wherever we are in our walks of life, how organized and well-designed our bathroom is can make a significant impact on how smoothly our mornings run. We spoke with Neal’s Designer Alysia Lang about the strategies and ideas she uses to design bathrooms that function their best for whatever day we have planned.