No, I don't mean the Big C. My absolute favorite time of year is — fall!
Every year when autumn hits here in New England, my senses come to life. Crisp, clear air; leaves to crunch through; snuggly scarves; cozy lit windows on dark, chill nights; there are so many little daily luxuries to savor.
And this year I'm adding another one, which will also help in my goal of better self-care: DIY chai spice tub tea! Continue Reading
I know you feel like you just ripped out the 80s gold fixtures in your bathroom renovation five years ago, which, by the way, was a good decision, but the truth is… gold fixtures are back. No, it’s not a scary resurgence like the fashion trend of acid washed jeans a few years back. Gold fixtures can be a part of a stylish and timeless style. Gold isn’t the only fixture finish getting all the attention either. Continue Reading
Yeah…it’s a bathtub faucet! The most awesome bathtub faucet of all time!! From the tap-master himself Christo Lefroy Brooks, it could be a perfect addition to an ‘atomic’ bathroom. No word on cost, but, as they say, if you have to ask…..
Ron Arad, in conjunction with Teu-Co., has designed this utterly unique, prototype luxury bath item. It’s a combination bathtub/shower/art installation. Art installation, because of its aesthetic appeal and shower/bathtub because it performs both functions via rotation. Tub becomes shower and shower becomes tub with a 180 degree turn. Source.
The Eris by Victory Spa has a window to the world. Why would you want a window in your bathtub? To illuminate your bubble time, of course. Referred to as ‘chromotherapy’, the light is said to elevate you mood–that along with the spa’s cascading waterfall, which ‘massage[s] the neck and shoulders intensifying an indulgent bathing experience.’
Hello! I would love to share my bathroom. I designed and DIY'd this room from scratch. It includes a poured concrete Japanese soaking tub, concrete countertops and a 9 1/2 foot tall tile mosaic shower wall. It has his and hers vanities and a double shower with ceiling mount rain heads…
As far as bathrooms go, it was done very inexpensively and incorporates some ideas that I think are useful and fun whether one is on a budget or not.Continue Reading
“Drains are hidden heroes in your home. If you’re lucky, you can go for years without thinking about them, but when dirty sink water suddenly won’t go away or a toilet won’t flush, they can be a major frustration. A plugged drain certainly demands attention, but fixing it is probably something you can do yourself. You’ll get faster results than calling a pro, and you’ll save money, too.”
“Don’t worry if you just have a small space for your bathroom, by saving physical space or by using design techniques to increase the perception of space you will get your small bathroom look more larger…follow these steps” from Momoy.com
Valentine’s Day requires a cherry on top of recent reviews of outrageous romantic furnishings. But what could top a red heart-shaped bed and whirlpool? Why, a seven foot tall champagne bathtub, of course.
Hours were spent cruising the internet, trying to find manufacturers of said stemmed vessels, but luck was not on this blogger’s side. An email was composed and shot off to the mecca of such kitsch: Caesar’s Pocono Resorts. The very accommodating Director of Customer Contact, Ms. Continue Reading