Jul
2016
26

5 simple tips to organize your bathroom cabinets

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Are your mornings one hectic jumble of searching for the right medicines, digging around for Q-tips and untangling hair tool wires? Stop beginning your day on a stressful note. Organize your bathroom cabinets with these easy tips: Ask yourself one question “Will I use this?” If you won’t, toss it straight into the trash. There’s no need to hold onto that hair-tamer tool you tried once three years ago. Don’t give up precious space for bathroom items you’ll never use again. Use up what you have If you’re planning to keep it, make sure you use it. Don’t be tempted by the…


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Jul
2016
18

6 Ways To Keep Your Bathroom Organized

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A small space like a bathroom can get cluttered and messy very fast – especially when things don’t have a designated spot. A disorganized bathroom, however, only makes getting ready in the morning that much more difficult, not to mention unpleasant. The key to keeping a bathroom organized over time is to ensure that every bathroom item has a specific home. Here are seven ways to keep your bathroom organized. Organize Shower with a Shower Caddy. Products like shampoos, body washes and other bath products have a tendency to collect around the edges of the bathtub, making the area cluttered.…


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Jul
2016
14

4 top kitchen and bath designers you should follow

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Whether you’re looking to remodel or you simply need a little inspiration sprinkled into your day, celebrity kitchen and bath designers are some of the best people to follow on social media. These designers send out daily snippets sparked with creativity, so hit that follow button and prepare to be inspired. www.stylebyemilyhenderson.com Emily Henderson Emily Henderson’s style puts the excitement back into interior design. She specializes in eclectic design on a moderate budget. From table settings to an entire home makeover, she has tips and advice on it all. Leslie Clagett – KBCULTURE Leslie Clagett has…


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Jul
2016
6

4 unexpected bathroom inspiration ideas

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Not many people think of restaurant bathrooms as places for design inspiration, but did you know that many restaurants give priority to the design that goes into their restrooms? They even pull in the same elements that create the specific atmosphere of the restaurant itself, the food and the culture. Just think: how do you feel when you walk into an unexpectedly well-designed restaurant bathroom? Are you searching for bathroom design inspiration? Here are some other unexpected ideas to incorporate: Go beyond traditional lighting Don’t feel like you have to stick with the traditional above-the-mirror bathroom lighting. Bring in a…


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Jul
2016
4

10 Bathroom Upgrades You Can Make Without A Full Renovation

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Bathroom upgrades can take your bathroom from mediocre to a full-on relaxing retreat that is not entirely unlike a bathroom you might find at an upscale hotel or spa.. Plus, you can actually radically improve the state of your bathroom with some very minor and affordable upgrades that don’t involve a full renovation. Here are some ideas to take your bathroom to the next level. Install a Luxury Oversized Showerhead. A simple upgrade to your showerhead can transform your shower experience. An oversized showerhead, in particular, will make your shower a much more luxurious and invigorating one by providing a…


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Jun
2016
21

Why It’s important To have A Bathroom Squeegee

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Bathroom squeegees have many different uses, depending on your shower. Here are some reasons why you might need a squeegee: You use a bath Bathtubs can end up being the dirtiest places in your house. This is because no bathtub fully drains. Thanks to hydrodynamic surface tension, a little bit of water always sticks to the porcelain instead of draining. Water by itself can be bad enough. Standing water can lead to the growth of mildew and bacteria, both of which you really don’t want in your bathwater. However, it gets even worse. Most of the grime you wash off…


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Jun
2016
15

4 tips and tricks for an organized medicine cabinet

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You have a dull headache and you’re rummaging through your bathroom cabinets, searching for relief. You come up empty handed, only finding expired bottles of cough medicine and other clutter, while your headache rages on. If this has ever happened to you, you know how important it is to keep your medicine cabinet organized. Take a look at these bathroom storage solutions to keep your space clean, safe and clutter free: Create a door pocket Your medicine cabinet is small enough, so why not add a little extra flexible space? Attach a pouch or a few pockets to the inside…


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Jun
2016
8

Should you replace your tub with a shower?

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Converting an old, run-down bathtub into a beautiful modern shower is all the rage these days in the bathroom remodel space. Think about it. When was the last time you took a bath? While they may have been useful in the past, now unused bathtubs take up valuable bathroom space. Source: https://www.houselogic.com/by-room/bathroom-laundry/tub-to-shower-conversion/ If you’re thinking about making the tub-to-shower conversion, here are some pros and cons to consider: Pros We take more showers – Although the idea of a long, luxurious bath may sound delightful, most people just don’t have the time. Taking a quick shower…


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Jun
2016
1

4 Must-have Kids’ Bathroom Accessories

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From soap jars to toothbrush holders and towel racks, bathrooms can house a lot of accessories. And when you’re teaching your young children the basics of bathroom responsibilities, you need all the help you can get. Keep your kids’ bathroom routine simple with these four must-have accessories: Faucet extender If your little one has trouble reaching the bathroom sink, a faucet extender is a smart and inexpensive solution. You can find ones that simply attach the end of the faucet, making it so your child can reach the stream of water. Thermometer spout cover Did you know the right temperature…


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May
2016
30

Designing A Minimalist Bathroom

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Not everyone needs a large and elaborately designed bathroom. Sometimes you just want to keep things simple (but with a touch of elegance). Designing a minimalist bathroom does involve a slightly different approach from designing a large and elaborate one-especially if you do not have a lot of space to work with. When your bathroom has a minimalist look the items that are there stand out much more. Here are some techniques you can employ when building a simple bathroom, as well as keeping it that way once it is fully functional and ready for use. Use Essential Materials When…


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