Category 'Bathroom Products & Hardware'

California Faucet with Blue BackgroundChoosing a bathroom faucet is actually a lot more complex than you may think due to the countless options on the market. You need to think about who will be using this faucet – do you want something motion activated? Will children be using this?   Single-Lever Faucet Single-lever faucets work well in almost every bathroom and they are one of the most popular choices. With its simple design and wide-array of color options, you really can’t go wrong with the single-lever faucet. Motion-sensor Faucet A motion-sensor faucet allows users to keep the faucet looking fresh and clean. These are also much easier for children and when you set the temperature to the right level, you’re ensuring that children can never hurt themselves. Eight-inch-spread Faucet The 8-inch-spred faucet is offered in a variety of styles and materials. These particular faucets come in brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze and gold. Four-inch-spread Faucet These faucets come in multiple shapes, sizes and colors, and they save space for those with smaller vanities. Wall-mounted Faucet Wall-mounted faucets don’t take up counter space and they act as a beautiful focal point in any bathroom. Whether they are mounted to the sink or a backsplash, you can’t go wrong with wall-mounted faucets.

Many of our clients are looking to design a bathroom with their children in mind. One of the main objectives for homeowners is designing a bathroom that is completely safe for their little ones without jeopardizing the safety of their children. There is actually a slew of items on the market and DIY tasks that can be used to create the perfect child-friendly bathroom. Designing a Step Stool If you adore DIY projects, create a homemade stool to raise your children. This allows them to access the sink easily. A pine board and plywood works wonders and with some wheels, you can easily store this in the closet. Small Ceramic Tiles Little children are quite adventurous so it’s important to have enough traction so your children don’t slip. Small ceramic tiles that have grout offer enough traction to alleviate any accidents. Wall-Mounted Trough A wall-mounted trough offers plenty of room for multiple kids to access the sink at the same time. If you don’t love the color of the trough, you can easily paint this with a gorgeous accent color. Open Shelves Rather than having your children shuffle through towels and other toiletries, open shelving allows for them to grab items much quicker. Select a Large Sink A trough sink instead of double sinks is much more accommodating for children. It’s quick and simple to clean and leaves plenty of space. If you’d like to pick out some bathroom supplies and hardware such as sinks, lighting and countertops, stop by the Bath Showcase. We have multiple locations and convenient hours!

4
May

The Best Faucets for Your Bathroom

Choosing a bathroom faucet is actually a lot more complex than you may think due to the countless options on the market. You need to think about who will be using this faucet – do you want something motion activated? Will children be using this?   Single-Lever Faucet Single-lever faucets work well in almost every […]

22
Jul

Designing a Kid-Friendly Bathroom

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Many of our clients are looking to design a bathroom with their children in mind. One of the main objectives for homeowners is designing a bathroom that is completely safe for their little ones without jeopardizing the safety of their children. There is actually a slew of items on the market and DIY tasks that […]