So, you’re thinking of remodeling your bathroom. There might be any number of reasons you’ve finally decided to take the plunge: Your clawfoot tub is suffering from carpal tunnel. The cracks in your tile wall have started to resemble an evil bunny. That faux-fur leopard print toilet cover was concealing a multitude of sins. You’re simply too vain for that ugly vanity.Or maybe your decision is about more than aesthetics. Perhaps you’ve got an aging relative coming to live with you (or you, yourself, are an aging relative) and you’re seeing the advantages of a step-in shower. Or you want your bathroom to be ADA compliant. Or maybe you’re finally tackling that persistent plumbing problem head-on, and you might as well give the bathroom a facelift while everything’s torn up. These are all valid reasons.
If you've selected the new seamless Linear SteamHead from MrSteam for your home steam shower, here are some helpful installation tips that will allow you to fully enjoy its award-winning design and innovation, which is touted as, “So powerful, but so minimal -- the best of both worlds."
ProSource Plumbing Supply is all about surpassing customer expectations when it comes to high-end plumbing, hardware and lighting fixtures. Founded by Grover and Tonya Martin 20 years ago in an old trucking terminal with five employees, the company has grown to include five showrooms serving South Carolina and North Carolina.
Ever wonder what bathroom designers have to say about creating a spa? Our friends at KBtribechat wondered, too, so they hosted a Twitter chat about "Creating the Ultimate Spa Bathroom" on July 23, 2014.
Here are highlights from this conversation about the ultimate in spa bathroom design. We've organized them around the seven questions asked during the chat and added observations from Mr.Steam.
Keeping track of kitchen and bathroom trends isn't all about spending a Day at the Spa at Aria for BlogTour Las Vegas With Mr.Steam. It also includes absorbing and distilling everything that takes place at a show like the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) and highlighting - in this case - three trends you'll want to watch in 2014.