We are continuing our educational articles on bathroom design, product selection, and remodeling. Today we’re going to talk about lighting. Such an important element in the bathroom.
So, you’ve heard of various types of tiles spoken about; typically ceramic and porcelain. We’re often asked, “What’s the difference?” What’s the difference functionally?
Today we are going to talk a little bit about ventilation fans.
A constant question that comes up is “Do I have to install a ventilation fan?
Today we’re going to talk about a question that I get that all the time; “Why do I need a permit for my bathroom project if I’m not moving anything?
Today’s topic is mirrors. What are my choices? What size should I have? What do they cost?
The main categories of styles we will be discussing are:
Medicine cabinet with mirror front
Framed mirror (in the information below we will explore the different types of framed mirrors)
We’ll start with the plate mirror.
We get a lot of requests for information about grab bars.
What size do I need? Where do I put them?
Today we’re going to talk about the showering apparatus that you might have in your shower or tub area. What do I need?
Why would anybody want to do a curbless shower or a zero curbed shower where you just slide from the bathroom right into the shower?
Choosing the best interior paint colors is one of the greatest remodeling challenges homeowners face. On a whim, you may choose a bold color scheme, which isn’t likely to remain your favorite.
Owner Matt Plaskoff was recently quoted in an article on the Daily News about about how to make the best use of space in a bathroom.