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We've all been there, whether it involved a rent check or a mortgage – the dreaded tiny bathroom. I found myself in this exact situation after purchasing my current home this past summer. My main bath features a beautifully tiled full-size walk-in shower, a toilet, a small vanity... and no room for anything else. So I set off to research just what design elements might make it feel like a larger and lighter space.
Design Sleuth: D-Line Hardware from Denmark - Remodelista
When architects Solveig Fernlund and Neil Logan undertook a gut renovation of a historic Brooklyn townhouse for a Swedish family, they turned to the classi
Architectural Details: 10 Skylights in the Bath - Remodelista
A well-detailed skylight in a bathroom (minimal frame and soft diffused light) can transport your daily ablutions to a plein air experience. A poorly detai
Curbless roll-in accessible shower
The Curbless roll-in shower, designed with a variety of innovative 'transgenerational' features, is easily accessible to people of all ages and abilities.
The Architect Is In: The Twice-Designed New York Loft - Remodelista
This week, Jeff Murphy and Mary Burnham of New York firm Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects talk about upgrading a New York loft they converted for t
minimalist bathroom design
activity in a self-cleaning is necessary for everyone. in the presence of minimalist bathroom design, then each activity can be completed. m...
La simplicidad es un signo de perfección, el diseño interior del estudio Minus
El estudio belga Minus realizó la rehabilitación completa de esta residencia a la que convirtió en un espacio en blanco con algunos toques de color. La intervención conservó los volúmenes originales de la vivienda a los que se sumó una …
White Loft | Stephen Roberts Inc.
The project was the renovation of an 3,200 square foot 2 bedroom loft to a one Bedroom and Dressing Room configuration. This included a new white...
Functional Tiles: The Dutch Think of Everything - Remodelista
Leave it to the Dutch to figure out a way to integrate function into the concept of tiling. "We love tiles so much that we do not want to interrupt th