This Crackle Glaze Tile Trend is Taking Over the Kitchen and Bath

#Ihavethisthingwithtiles, and it’s sort of unfortunate because I’ve never actually picked any of my own. I fell in love with subway tiles nearly a decade ago, and I was crushing hard on those matte patterned cement tiles that popped up a couple years ago. I’m even into faux “wood” larger scale ceramic tiles and teeny tiny, mesh-backed penny tiles. And I’m not mad at a fish scale or arabesque shape either. So right now, I’m thinking it’s not such a bad thing that I don’t have a tile decision—or three—to make. Because honestly what would I choose? That’s a lot Read More

10 Things You Should Never Store on Your Bathroom Counter

Bathroom counters come in all shapes and sizes, and unfortunately, sometimes, with little to no room for storage. That’s why it pays to find space-savvy ways to store your everyday essentials, well, any place other than your tiny bathroom counter. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Real Homes, Real Solutions: 20 Reversible Ideas to Overhaul Your Rental Bathroom NOW

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5 Ways You're Ruining Your Towels Without Realizing It

Are you hanging up your towels after every use and giving them a good wash at the end of the week? Well stop it! As well-intentioned as your bath linen routine might be, you could be sabotaging your towel’s inalienable rights to life, longevity and fluffiness. Here are five ways you’re ruining your towels without realizing it… READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

5 Stylish Ways to Warm Up Your Ice-Cold Bathroom in No Time

As if braving the winter cold to get to work wasn’t tough enough, most of us have chilly apartments to deal with before ever stepping foot outside. Even more difficult is figuring out how to warm up our freezing (and oft tiled) bathrooms—making it hard to stay comfortable (and sane) after showering and during middle-of-the-night trips to the toilet. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Why Shower Curtains Are So Much Better Than Shower Doors

I’m old enough to remember a time when sliding shower doors were considered very innovative, and the height of bathroom fashion. When my family moved to Houston, in 1994, our new house had one, and to me that was a very big deal. Fast-forward about 20 years and the shower door in my parents’ house just seems a little moldy and gross. Collectively, I think we’re having a bit of a reckoning about them, as a whole generation of people realizes that the sliding tub-top shower door can look very sleek, but may not be a great long-term solution. Here Read More

Before & After: A Mauve Toilet Meets Its End

Scuffed mauve toilet, periwinkle walls, mauve sink, pebbled glass shower door, yellowed shower stall—what’s not to love? Well, perhaps a few tiny updates might be in order here… READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Our Favorite Bathroom Trends To Watch Out For in 2018

If you think the bathroom is a boring space, then clearly, you haven’t been paying attention. Lately I’ve been seeing lots of exciting trends for the bathroom — here are some of my favorites for 2018. Hint: expect more color, fun shapes, and lots and lots of tile. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Emily Henderson On The One Thing That Makes The Biggest Impact When Refreshing Your Bedroom

If 2018 has you in a “new year, new home” mindset, you’re not alone. Thankfully, designer Emily Henderson chatted with us about how to give your sanctuary spaces—your bedroom and bathroom—a fresh start for the new year. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

6 Big Bathroom Trends We're Not Ready To Say Goodbye To

It’s fun to look back over the year and review what was big in interiors, noting which trends we’re happy to bid farewell, and which we hope have serious staying power. Here are some of our favorite bathroom looks from 2017, which we’re not quite ready to see go away. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico