Curbless showers remove barriers in your bathroom to create a seamless flow throughout the entire space. Typical bathrooms have a curb that is 3-6 inches. This places a hurdle in your path every time you have to jump in and out of the shower. For this reason, curbless showers have been particularly useful for aging generations.
Integrating a curbless shower into your bathroom remodel can be a small detail that makes a tremendous difference. Unobstructed lines follow modern trends with clean and crisp linear accents that emphasize the geometry of the room.
Finding a petite vanity that doesn’t compromise style can leave you chasing your tail. Driving from store to store yield a fruitless search because many vanities are generic cookie cutter versions that offer little to no differentiation. Your home deserves a personal touch with that is tailored to fit you.
Tradewinds Imports is the webs leading retailer of exclusive high-end bathroom vanities with a level of craftsmanship that can’t be found in big box stores. You can browse from the comfort of your home and have your new vanity arrive on your doorstep Free of charge. What’s more, you don’t have to worry about shopping around other websites for the best deal because we offer the Lowest Prices Guaranteed. Here are 20 small bathroom vanities that come in all shape and styles.
20 Narrow Bathroom Vanities that Nestle in Your Guestroom
The Vesuvius Single Vessel Sink Vanity uses natural colors with brushed nickel knobs that add a modern flare to this transitional vanity. An American Walnut finish is complemented by a Roman vein-cut travertine countertop and matching vessel sink. Moderately priced at $999.00.
The Carina Single Bath Vanity is a small vanity that utilizes quality materials. Made with solid Oak, the Carina offers the durability of a much larger vanity. This floating designed was popularized in the late 2000′s and continues to be a favorite for many homeowners. JWH Imports has continued to unveil a series of modern bath vanities that are attractive and affordable. $499.00 during our Inventory Reduction Sale.
The 24″ Carina Single Bathroom Vanity from JWH Imports
The Prague Single Bath Vanity features bowed legs that expand to hold a thick granite countertop. This petite vanity boasts a patented center drawer that is custom fit around plumbing to allow optimal storage space. Priced at $918.00.
The Huntington Single Bath Vanity was built with the old soul in mind. This antique vanity is rich in detail with intricate carvings, pilaster legs, and ornamental drawer pulls. To top it off, this small vanity comes with a rare Verde Lavras Granite counter that is truly one of a kind. Listed at $1,025.00.
Master bathrooms have begun to elicit an exquisite style of taste. It seems that the bathroom has experienced a period of refinement that has lifted this hidden space to the forefront home design. No longer is the bathroom a small outhouse reserved tucked away in the woods. Bathrooms are now showcased in the home as space that is meant to be demonstrated instead of concealed from sight.
In past times, the living room and front parlor were the highlight of a home. This was the place that guests were entertained and invited into a home. Following the 1960′s, this focus began to shift into a livable kitchen area that showcased all of the new technologies available with the latest appliances. Well it’s a new millennium and it’s time for the bathroom to shine.
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Bathrooms are Growing Up
As you may have noticed, the size of standard bathrooms have begun to grow and even double in many cases. Never before would it be possible to squeeze a double shower into a narrow bathroom from the early 20th century. The New Master Suite has become highly publicized as homeowners seek the bathroom escape of their dreams. These rooms are now capable of taking you on a short hiatus. Read the rest of this entry »
Getting your kids to sit still while you scrub them clean can be a bit of a challenge. Keeping them entertained is the key to a smooth bath time experience that is non-problematic. While some parents grew up in times when the only toys you had were rocks, times have changed and there are some pretty neat kids bathroom toys out there.
After browsing the web and keeping my eye out for cool new bathroom toys, I came across these. A bit of forewarning, these toys may result in the sudden urge to relive your childhood. Remember, let your kids have at it before you decide to steal all the fun!
Bigger is not always better. Designing a small bathroom doesn’t make you feel hopeless and trapped. In fact, it’s something you should get excited about! Learning to embrace your petite bathroom and enhance its innate qualities will help make your small bathroom look and feel bigger.
You don’t have to compromise style, luxury, or functionality in a small bathroom. Making a small bathroom feel bigger is all about learning to blend and transition smoothly from one area to another. The last thing that you want to do is to divide a small room until it’s diced like a bowl of carrots. Keep things simple, clean, and elegant. Here are my expert tips to make a small bathroom feel bigger.
8 Tips to Make a Small Bathroom Feel Bigger
1. Glass Shower Doors
Glass shower doors help widen the room by increasing the amount of space that is visible from any given place in the bathroom. Instead of being enclosed and limited to the area surrounding your vanity and/or toilet, the shower is visible from the rest of the bathroom. Get rid of that old shower curtain in lieu of a modern shower door. A recent survey actually showed that glass shower enclosures are one of the most popular Bathroom Trends for 2014. This small renovation tip will help maintain home value in the future! Read the rest of this entry »
The next time your waiting for somebody in the restroom, you might be better off sending them a tweet. Banging on the bathroom door will be of no avail. It seems that we may need to replace those “Hang Up and Drive” bumper stickers with some “Hang Up and Poop” signs in bathroom stalls!
This comes after a new report by Nielsen found that many young adults are scrolling through feeds and sending out tweets to their favorite tweeps. According to a study called “IT in the Toilet,” 75% of Americans said that they have used their mobile phones in the bathroom. Maybe it’s because we all seem to find a moment of clarity while seated on the loo.
Tweets From the Seat
40% of adults aged 18-24 admitted to using Twitter while seated on the royal throne. That is twice the average of all social media users. Not exactly sure if this is worse than the 9% who reported that they have sent a text while having sex. How is this even possible? Read the rest of this entry »
European style bathrooms elicit a certain character that is simple and unadulterated. They combine characteristics from diverse eras and adapt to the cultural influences that shape design. Neutral color palettes and natural elements invigorate these small spaces with a freshness that is like a breath of fresh air.
Traveling to another country always introduces tourists to some level of culture shock. The layouts, style, colors, and fixtures in Europe are all unique to this region of the world. Even better, the bidet is a special treat that is sure to surprise.
Bathrooms in Europe are smaller than in America. The typical European bathroom is long and narrow, contrasting that of the large Master Suite’s seen in the States. In European culture, bigger is not always better. Euro Bathroom designs are meant to provide an unobstructed experience that has everything you need without nothing that is unnecessary.
Euro-inspired bathrooms feature bright airy spaces that are filled with wall-mounted vanities that are often referred to as “floating vanities” due to the illusion that they create when mounted. This style might fall into the transitional category as it pulls from many design movements and blends the old with the new. For this reason, some may think that European design is a bit eclectic. Read the rest of this entry »
Remodeling your bathroom doesn’t have to cost you an arm, a leg, and your child’s college tuition. Updating your bathroom can be accomplished by finding alternative methods and materials to accomplish a successful bathroom renovation.
Here at Tradewinds Imports, we don’t believe in the idea that you have to overspend to get the best quality. We pride ourselves in keeping prices competitive while maintaining a recognized level of quality. Keep your piggy bank full and your bathroom looking great with these bathroom remodeling tips!
How to Save Money on a Bathroom Remodel
It’s easy to look at the magazines or the pictures that we see on TV and think that our home just doesn’t measure up. Before you get ahead of yourself, you should read through our previous post that will keep you’re from becoming discouraged. The truth is often distorted and exaggerated. A great read if you are beginning to feel the pressure of keeping your bathroom up to par!
1. Budget Friendly Bathroom Countertops
Marble is one of those things that many people dream of. Marble is expensive because it is hard to find in large slabs that can be used to cut out an entire countertop. If you’re open to the idea, you can use large marble tiles and set them flush together. This will give you a tiled marble countertop that will be a fraction of the cost of a solid slab. You can also consider using “cultured” marble. Cultured marble is bonded into a single slab using a bonding component that gives your countertop the one piece look that is sleek and uninterrupted. Read the rest of this entry »
Having an issue with home plumbing can be a hassle to deal with. Luckily, many of your plumbing questions can be answered with simple fixes. Resolving these issues can save you time and money quicker than you think.
Whether you’re browsing the internet to solve a problem or if you’re a new-homeowner looking to educate yourself about preventative maintenance, you’re in the right place. This post will discuss all of the basic plumbing questions that might be floating around in your head!
It’s a war of the roses and it seems that many couples are choosing to include his and hers vanities in their bathroom remodels. Could this be because men and women are just tired of bumping into one another every morning? We wish it was that simple but there’s a deeper motive. Although you may not realize it now, many individuals are aware of the changes that are influencing this recent trend in bathroom design.
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