Not much has changed about the original design of the iconic Vipp pedal bin since Holger Nielsen made the first bin in his shop for his wife in 1939. That’s because, as Nielsen says himself, “good design never goes out of fashion” and Vipp’s long, enduring run as one of the most recognizable brands and styles for the kitchen and bath is living proof.
Bathroom vanities come in many shapes, styles, and colors. Some vanities are meant to provide ample room for your sundries, toiletries, makeup and other items, while others are contemporary and sleek. You’ll find that bathroom vanities are also made from a wide variety of materials including wood, stone, and steel. There’s a nearly infinite number of selections when it comes to bathroom vanities, each one specifically designed to fit your particular needs and match your bathroom decor.
Adding a new toilet to any room in your home can be an impossible feat. Not only is it necessary to break floors and install complex plumbing, but you’ll also have to find a way to connect your new bathroom plumbing to your current main drainpipe, which may be too far away.
While you may think that adding a new bathroom to a tricky space will never happen, there’s an easy and affordable way to get around bathroom plumbing problems: Saniflo up flush toilets. Saniflo up flush toilets are innovative, inexpensive, and can be installed in almost any area in your house regardless of how your current plumbing system is set up.
Looking for something that is rustic, elegant or antique styled to replace that vanity in the bathroom and that can be useful at the same time? Consider tickling your desires for antiquity by using an antique vanity instead. Antique vanities serve the same purpose as any modern day vanity, but with more class and style than modern-day vanities do. Below are five different examples of antique bathroom vanities to check out.
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MAAX brings yet another timeless, elegant beauty. This refined 19th century Roman-styled bathtub is a marvel of both the old world charm and modern innovation. The MAAX Roman Aerofeel bathtub fits as easily in place in your luxury bathroom suite as it would in a museum of historic treasures or a trade expo showcasing the most forward-looking technology, thanks to the immersive bliss offered by its precedent setting massage features.
In the dog-eat-dog design world that is New York City, sticking out amongst your peers is no easy task. Yet, designer Claire Donohue has managed to gain a steady following of admirers along with an entirely satisfied clientele. By combining contemporary with traditional, Donohue’s designs are both functional and eye-catching.
Rarely does an interior designer cover so many different types of design renovations as Donohue does — evidenced by the fact that Donohue’s company, 121 Studio, has been featured in a plethora of magazines ranging from House Beautiful to Child Magazine. Donohue has designed spaces ranging from a child’s bathroom to a kitchen built for serious cooks, and it seems unlikely that this designer will meet a space that she can’t conquer.
When renovating, remodeling or designing a master bathroom suite or guest bathroom, making the decision to create a bathroom that communicates your unique style and personality with luxury and taste is easy. But luxury is as multi-faceted and indefinable as art and there are hundreds of design styles that evoke sophistication. Check out some of these distinct bathroom vanity styles that all exude opulence in very different ways. Read more »
The first thing that you’ll notice about the new EAGO whirlpool tubs are the distinctive clear-wall design that add an entirely new dimension to the look and appeal of your bathroom decor. But once you slip into an EAGO whirlpool, you’ll discover that there’s so much more to this eye-catching tub than innovative aesthetics. Read more »
You might recognize Candice Olson from Divine Design, the hit interior design show on HGTV and W Network. In the span of this short half hour show, Candice transforms problematic rooms into dramatically decorated spaces that exude style and artistry.
Olson was born, raised and educated in Canada, where she attended the highly regarded School of Interior Design at Ryerson University, which counts international award-winning designers such as George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg among its alumni. Read more »
The new Robern Uplift Mirrored Medicine Cabinet solves the never-ending battle against bathroom clutter with innovation and style, making it one of the most intriguing Robern bathroom vanities we’ve seen to date. The sleek mirrored doors of the cabinet open by sliding upward – rather than outward – allowing the mirror to span a seamless four feet wide. Behind the mirror hides ample storage for all of your bathroom items – makeup, toothbrushes, tweezers, first aid supplies., medicine, razors – in an artfully illuminated shelving unit with standard interior lighting. With Robern’s unique position-hold feature, you can open the doors all the way or just as much as you need to reach your toothbrush. The doors stay partially open on their own without slamming shut or needing to be propped up. Read more »