I’ve found that cultured marble makes a great, affordable solution for showers, countertops, and sinks in a bathroom. It’s more substantial than fiberglass or acrylic shower stalls and less expensive than tile.
Glass has a sleek, contemporary look that can be used in a variety of ways in kitchens and baths. The Renaissance Glassworks booth at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show contained a number of beautiful solid glass designs. Watch this video to find out more.
If your looking for a environmentally friendly vanity for your bathroom, consider these unusual sink bases made from recycled materials by Bristol Bath. Made from old metal drums, wooden barrels, and used tires, these sinks not only help the environment but can also make a great conversation piece in your bathroom. Watch this video to find out more.
There are a number of styles and finishes of premade bathroom vanities available at home centers in a wide range of prices. The countertop for a bathroom vanity can be made from solid surface material, natural stone, plastic laminate, or cultured marble and usually includes a built-in sink.
When choosing a vanity for your bathroom the doors should go to the top of the cabinet to provide more room and remember not to have a middle style in the cabinet because it will restrict access. Watch this video to find out more.
Technological advancements have led to a number of innovative new products for your home. These include durable, manmade materials for countertops, as well as advanced controls on kitchen stoves that aid in cooking. Watch this video to find out more.