Shower design is rooted in the way that each surface is handled and how it conveys the style and tone of the bathroom. A well-design shower is one that combines the various components, usually tile or stone, in a way that helps the space feel welcoming and comfortable. Pairing different materials in different scales, colors, or in different configurations, will dramatically change the overall look of a shower. Here are several custom walk-in shower design ideas that show how these design concepts work in action.Read More
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Five Ideas for Adding Tile Accents to Your Shower
With the sheer number and variety of shower tile options available, custom shower walls can become a canvas— full of possibilities. Though it's not a bad choice to stick with a single tile for a classic and minimalist look, there's also the chance to add character, color, and interest with the addition of accent tiles. This can often help a shower stand out and feel like a feature in the bathroom. Accent tiles are also a great design addition if there are tiles you really like that might blow your budget if you used more than a few dozen. Here are five ideas for accent tiles in the shower.Read More
The master bathrooms is a personal space where we can relax and rejuvenate ourselves. It's also a place that reflects our individual style. Function, aesthetics and personal comfort are important in luxury master bathroom spas, but it’s more important that they be designed around your lifestyle and personal needs. Luckily, creating a luxury bathroom can be achieved by adhering to some basic principles that aren't style specific. Here are the four ideas we have for creating luxury in your master bathroom.
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.