When it comes to kitchen and bathroom design trends, we're always careful about making predictions.Read More
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The owners wanted to update their dark, cramped master bath, which had a very small shower and a large whirlpool tub they rarely used. In addition, they wanted a large shower, more storage, more light, and a more open feel.Read More
In our other gorgeous bathroom remodeling RI post, we talked about this home in Providence that was built in the early 1900s.Read More
This dramatic bathroom transformation started with the remnants of what was a classic 1900s style bathroom. Besides the fact that the bathroom hadn’t been updated since the original construction, the claw foot tub and fully enclosed narrow shower made the bathroom feel dark and cramped.Read More
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Choosing a bathroom faucet seems like a simple thing. After all, how many options could there really be? Of course, once you walk into a hardware store or kitchen and bath showroom, you discover that's not the case.
What is the most important thing in the bathroom? It might be tempting to say the toilet or the shower, and those would both be good answers, but there may be a better one. The best answer to that question may well be the lighting.
There's nothing quite like a hot shower, is there? At its most basic, a shower is an efficient way to get clean. It uses just half the water as an average bath and has the added benefit of rinsing the dirty water away rather than keeping the bather immersed in it.
What is it about a bathtub that just screams "relaxation"? OK, maybe "scream" isn't the right word. It's more of a whisper, one that murmurs, "Go ahead. Slip right into this warm water with a good book and a glass of wine. RELAX. You deserve it."
In Rhode Island, life is just a little bit more relaxed. Maybe it is the fresh, ocean air. Whatever it is, bathroom remodeling in RI reflects this nature. If you are considering bathroom remodeling in the ocean state (or anyplace else, for that matter), take a look at these hot trends for bathroom design in 2014.