Standing out in the new home market can be tough – that’s why Truberry Custom Homes was looking for a unique edge when building their Jerome Village model in the Plain City suburb of Columbus Ohio. Two rooms which are critically important to new home buyers are kitchens and master bathrooms. Learn below 5 key design and construction features used in the curved glass block shower Truberry decided to use in their new model home.
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While the house Rick and Lenore Seymour purchased in New Harbor Maine had a nice open 30’ x 30’ room above a garage which could serve as a “mini apartment” (it had a small kitchen, a small bathroom and a bedroom) – the space simply did not fit the needs and vision for their home. Rick and Lenore had a vision of a larger, contemporary bathroom and a spacious master bedroom.
Learn below how Rick and Lenore re-purposed the space and used contemporary bathroom product selections (like a large glass block walk in shower and a stand-alone acrylic tub) to rejuvenate this space.
Why settle for a boring bath remodel project for your condo? This was certainly not going to be the case when Erna Hammer of Cleveland Heights Ohio decided to venture into doing 2 bath remodeling projects before moving into her condo in an older vintage style complex. As Erna said, “I really like bright colors, and the retro look of the glass blocks really connects with me. So the idea of using colored glass blocks for a walk in shower (for the full bath) and for a separator wall (for the half bath) really made sense to me!”
Learn below how Erna (with the help of Jeff Merrell, John Fronek, Steve Vlk and Jon Exton of Cleveland Design and Remodeling) used the colored glass block system from Innovate Building Solutions to create pop and a dramatic look for her two bathrooms.
If your bathroom is a tired, outdated and just a “utilitarian” space 2014 might be the right time to embark on the remodeling project you’ve always dreamed about. In this article learn how 2014 bath design trends are combining luxury, relaxation and functionality to create an experience which will make you love stepping into your bathroom.
The advantages of acrylic shower bases are many. They don’t yellow (like fiberglass), are warm to the touch and cost effective, easy to clean and non-porous to name a few. With all of these advantages though acrylic bases have not traditionally been thought of as an exciting choice…until now.
In the video and article below see how the Fleurco line offers a broad range of options, styles, and increased functionality for a new construction or bathroom remodeling project.
During a bathroom remodeling project, great things can happen when contractors, suppliers and homeowners work together on design and delivery. Tina Crabb, of Black Hawk Colorado, was looking to give a facelift to a master bathroom in a home she and her husband purchased 15 years ago. The old bathroom was dated and the jetted spa tub took up too much room and was seldom used.
In Part 1 of this series learn how Tina, in conjunction with Jeff Pettus (owner of general contracting company Snowline Designs) and Ray Visco (owner of Visco Tile and Stone), identified and used innovative bathroom accessories and other products to create an impressive bath design which combined dramatic style and long term functionality (note: Part 2 of this series focuses on the quality driven installation approach used Jeff and Ray to make sure the project lasts).
Contemporary sleek shower enclosures are in. So if you’re climbing into a bathtub with a nasty curtain or framed sliding glass doors it may be time to consider a shower screen to create a bathroom that fits today’s styles. Learn below what a shower screen is, the advantages of this type of glass enclosure, where you can use this product and also the various options to select from.
Can a newly remodeled bathroom be both stylish and functional? Incorporating the 2012 trends being seen in bath remodeling both are possible. Apply the trends below to turn a tired old bath area into a luxurious and safer room:
When Cleveland Design & Remodeling division was approached by Bob Armstrong of Master Stone Crafters to create a shower out of an existing walk in closet the project had a familiar theme to it. Bob’s potential customer was not only looking to update an existing cramped bathroom (which currently had a tub/shower combo with a larger walk in closet) but they wanted to make it cool looking and safe for elderly family members who visit their home. Some of the requirements the customer had for this project included:
- Creating a large walk in shower (up to 6 foot by 8 foot) that could be used from a seated (roll in shower) or standing position.
- Finding a way to create storage in the bathroom for clothing that could not be stored in the walk closet anymore.
- Have a sleek contemporary look that was also safe for their visitors.
- Make the shower as maintenance free and waterproof as possible.
- Add updated shower features to make a more relaxing showering experience.
Have you ever gone to a place where luxury boats are docked and thought how cool it would be to live on a houseboat with all the features and benefits of a high end home? It is just those kinds of dreams that companies like Thoroughbred Houseboats make into reality. If you can create it on land then Shawn Heinen (President of Thoroughbred) can usually make it come to life for a home on the water as well.
When a new customer of Thoroughbred’s came to visit one Thoroughbred’s existing houseboats one luxury feature that caught their eye was the use of a glass block shower wall. In this article you’ll learn more about this luxury houseboat, where it is docked and how the glass block shower and partition walls progressed from a design concept to a finished project.