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Aug-7-14

Bathtubs in Modern Bathrooms

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When designing small bathrooms, the bathtub becomes the most prominent feature and should be considered first. Place the fixture end of a recessed or built-in bathtub on an inside wall. You can then have a removable panel in the wall so you can easily repair pipes. Standard size bath tubs for modern bathrooms vary in dimensions and layout options. Built-in tubs without a wide rim are usually 30 inches in width, while with a wide rim they are 36 inches wide. The length is 5 to 6 feet long, and fit into less space than a tub on legs or free standing tub. Moreover, there are no exposed pipes. Regardless of the type of vanity or sink you choose for your bathroom design, it is important to have it at a height that is right for most members of your family. You can place a wall hung sink at whatever height is best.

Bathtubs in Modern Bathrooms

Jun-1-10

Wooden Bath Tubs

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There is noting worse than a bathtub with harsh angles, it just makes relaxing a hard thing to do. The Laguna Basic wooden bathtub is as smooth as the time you will spend relaxing in it.

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The rectangular surroundings of the Basic Tub allows it to be simply integrated into an existing space, and Laguna will help make anything possible. The surface of the tub is a very hard lustrous finish making cleaning very easy. Laguna has some other very impressive styles including free standing tubs.

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Aug-30-09

Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

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Bathroom remodeling is both challenging and rewarding. Once all is done, you’ll be surprised just how much you can benefit from a successful project. A great bathroom can help you relax and simply indulge in luxury. Read on for basic remodeling ideas.

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Faucet

The faucet is typically the focal point of the bathroom. Two-handle faucets allow you to have hot and cold controls. A single handle can be conveniently swung from top to bottom for flow control and left to right for temperature control. There are lengthy, arching goosenecks that are sleek and handy for filling tall containers. Look for designs that suit your taste and overall comfort.

To add an interesting touch, use enamel coatings. These come in a wide variety of colors. Stainless steel finishes are more expensive but these are also more durable. Ask suppliers about scratch, stain and water resistant finishes. There are actually finishes that are brushed and disguise scratches well.

Your sink needs to go with the spout and handle. A common material used is ceramic, but now you can choose from steel and glass (these are great for modern/contemporary bathrooms). Countertops come in a wide range of materials too, such as granite, concrete and fiberglass.

Vanity Mirror

A vanity mirror should go well with your faucet or countertop. For instance, if your countertop is wooden, it’s best to have a mirror with a wooden frame. Chrome edged mirrors are the most affordable and are best for covering an entire wall where the faucet is located. These will make any bathroom larger in appearance. For more texture, choose beveled mirrors, which are “chiseled” on the sides for that elegant look. Make sure your vanity mirror isn’t too big or too small for your faucet/countertop.

Shower Stall And Bathtubs

The shower stall shouldn’t be overlooked in a bathroom remodeling plan. To create more space in your bathroom, you can have a shower-bathtub combination or shower stall with sliding doors. If you want a bathtub, consider its size and the overall design of your bathroom. Think about how many people can use it and of course how comfortable it will be for you. If you have an antique bathroom design, go for a porcelain claw-foot tub to match. A built-in bathtub looks great with modern bathrooms.

Tiles

There are tons of tiles to choose from. For that traditional look, choose harlequin patterns in almost any color combination you prefer. Bold combinations include black and white and other contrasting colors. For that natural, outdoorsy look, choose stone tiles. These have great texture and do not require occasional polishing. If you’re concerned about budget, don’t worry. Cheaper materials can now mimic the more expensive tile materials.

Lighting

Lighting really matters in a bathroom. You’d want to be able to feel great in front of your vanity mirror. First, make sure lighting is bright enough for you to use your mirror properly (for shaving/putting on makeup) and pleasant enough that it won’t make your skin look pale or greenish. So instead of using fluorescent lights, try incandescent bulbs.

Furthermore, spread lighting all over your bathroom to prevent shadowing. You can install fixtures on both sides of your mirror or use interesting hanging fixtures. Remember your lighting fixtures should also match other bathroom fixtures.

Now that you have some bathroom remodeling ideas, start shopping around. You can search for the best suppliers online. Suppliers now offer remodeling kits to make the job much easier. Whatever your plan is, remember your taste and comfort is what matters most.

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