Kitchen & Bath Hour
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A budget-friendly bathroom flooring option, vinyl is durable, low maintenance and soft underfoot. Vinyl tiles can mimic the look of ceramic, porcelain, stone or hardwood, and they're warmer to the touch than traditional tiles. Image courtesy of Congoleum Corporation
If big and bold isn't your style, try a narrow strip of accent tiles. This breaks up larger neutral tiles without shouting too loudly.
Today's tiles are living large. These over-sized varieties create a smoother, sleek look thanks to fewer joints and grout lines.
We saw tons of tile with a Moroccan vibe at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas this year.
Reclaimed wood instead of tile is storming the market right now. We love the varying colors and sizes in this modern bathroom.
There is no exact prescription for the best bathroom layout — it all depends on how you use the space. This bathroom has a lot of open space in the middle of the room with functional areas along the perimeter, such as a sink and makeup area. Image courtesy of Jorge Castillo Design
One of the chief considerations for master bathroom layout is the size and location of the tub and shower. A common mistake in master bathroom design is to choose a tub or shower that's either too big or too small. Be sure to very carefully measure your space and estimate what size bathing space it can accommodate, as well as your own preferences.
After assessing your needs in a bath renovation, another important factor to consider is the layout. The first question to ask is "whose bathroom is this?" There are several different types of bathrooms, each with unique layout challenges—and determining what combination of family members and guests will use the bathroom is an important starting point.
Discover the role your bathrooms play in your life and identify which bathroom to remodel. Consider how you’re using the current bathroom and how the room meets, or falls short of, your needs. This planning worksheet is a great place to start-> hgrm.sndimg.com/... (Featured room by John Barman)
When it comes to the bathroom, there's a lot going on in a relatively small space. Focus on style and function. Consider how many times each day you enter the bathroom and use the amenities in this space. What time of day do you spend more time there? What are your layout needs?
Welcome back to Kitchen and Bath Hour. Tonight we’re talking steps to your big bold bathroom renovation! Whether you’re stuck somewhere between planning and doing, calculating a budget, or simply in the dreaming stage, join us for an hour of ideas, tips, and inspiration. And remember to refresh your browser often to see the latest pin activity.