4 ways to ‘hotel-ify’ your bathroom

March 17, 2020

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Whether you’ve installed a new shower, new flooring or tiling, if you’re giving your bathroom the makeover it deserves, why stop there? To really give your space that ‘wow’ factor, we’ve put together a few tips.

Comfort and warmth

Nothing says hotel comfort quite like a white fluffy towel. Invest in an Electric Towel Warmer to keep you warm from the moment you step out of the shower. And don’t forget to leave your oversize robe and slippers within reach.

Warmup Towel Warmer Chelsea

Clear surfaces and no clutter

Your bathroom should be a place for rest and relaxation, so in the case of clutter, it’s better out of sight, out of mind. Think about installing hidden storage and cabinets where possible, and purchase glass jars or colorful pots for items like cotton buds and pads.

Scents to set the mood

If you choose to put flowers in your bathroom, place two or three stems in a small vase. It’s important not to go overboard and remember that clutter will add stress to a room. Alternatively, you can opt for scented oils such as rosemary and lavender, which are said to have calming qualities.

Calm and relaxation

When choosing your color scheme, it’s best to stay as neutral as possible, sticking to whites and beige’s. If you’ve already decorated and you’ve gone for slightly darker or louder colors, keep bathroom accessories to a minimum. With a dark room, candles are also a nice touch.

 

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Quick Bathroom Renovations

June 15, 2016

Renovating a bathroom can be daunting. Just the thought of preparing the space, doing the work and cleaning up afterward can be so overwhelming that it’s easier to put the idea on hold. This is why we’ve rounded up easy renovation ideas that will give your bathroom an entirely new look in very little time.

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Turn one of your walls into an accent wall by applying wall tiles in a different color than the rest of the walls. A splash of color is a cost-effective way to give any room a face lift.

TileWare Traditional Towel Bar Combo Victoria Series Brushed Nickel

Update your bathroom accessories. Something as simple as installing a new stainless steel towel bar or polished chrome hooks is a quick and inexpensive way to revamp your bathroom. Check out our bathroom accessories products that will give your home a great new look.

Serene Shower Steam System Storm Surge

Swap out old shower heads and handles to transform the look and feel of your bathroom while giving you a spa-like bath experience. The Stainless Steel Shower System by Serene Steam has durable finishes that are very easy to maintain and do not hold fingerprint marks as easily as the mirrored finishes.

These recessed shelves will make you want to renovate your bathroom

May 25, 2016

There are many reasons why recessed shelves are a good addition for your bathroom. To start they save space in the shower while providing handy storage for your toiletries. With proper waterproofing and installation for drainage, this type of shelf is easy to clean and can lasts a lifetime.

If you want to save time and money on installation, you can get a professional looking shelf with ready to tile shower recessed shelves. This model is the perfect DIY solution since they don’t require framing prior to installation are already waterproof. In addition they are easy to mount and are flexible with respect to being installed prior or after tiling. This means all that you have to do is mount them, add mortar mix (sand and cement), and tile as desired.

Below we have selected eight creative recessed bathroom shelves to help you start planning your next remodelling project. Whether it is a ready to install piece or a custom made shelf, we have what you need to to get it done.

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