We’ve all seen photos of crazy bathroom floor plans – where the toilet can only be accessed by climbing stairs, or the door is obstructed with an oversized sink. While it’s easy to make fun of a horrible bathroom layout, designing your dream bathroom to fit inside your limited floor
Walk-in showers offer more accessibility for people with mobility issues, are easier to clean because there are fewer curves and crevices, and can be sized to fit your bathroom. You may already be sold on the idea of a walk-in shower, but have you considered the benefits of using walk-in shower
As you research types of showers for your bathroom remodeling project, you’ll encounter bathroom shower design ideas that are amazing to look at – but not practical for your space. Here are some ideas for bathroom showers that are beautiful, affordable, and practical – and new shower options that won’t require a complete overhaul of
There are several walk-in tub manufacturers – each offering a wide range of walk-in tub models. So how do you choose best walk-in bath for your specific situation? Here’s some advice.
Which types of bathtub materials are best? This is a complex question. When selecting the best material, most consider the cost, weight, durability, ease of cleaning and maintenance, and installation. For example, a cast iron tub may be durable and offers excellent heat retention. However, cast iron tubs often require additional support. Here are the
The terms “small bathroom remodel” and “budget bathroom remodel” don’t always go together. If you have recently been shopping around for a remodeling contractor, you’ll see that remodeling even a small bathroom is expensive. How can you save money on remodeling costs – but still enjoy a fresh new place to bathe? Here are some
Ask anyone about their home’s new stand-alone luxury bathtub, and they will say they never use it. However, if you ask someone who recently remodeled their bathroom about the benefits of a walk-in shower, they may gush over their easy-to-clean shower door and surfaces and how much more room they now have in their bathroom.
We all know someone who has a nightmare kitchen or bathroom renovation story. Unfortunately, the origin of many of these stories is that the homeowners tried to save money by doing the project themselves. Or they hired their brother-in-law for the job. Avoid being the subject of a cautionary tale by following these tips on
The National Institute on Aging reports that 80 percent of falls suffered by those 65 and older occur in the bathroom. If you or a loved one are part of this demographic, spend some time during January’s Bathroom Safety Month to determine what you need to do to make your bathroom safer. You can do