Let me guess… You’ve been enjoying your gorgeous glass shower door, but now you’re up against soap scum, hard water spots, and mineral deposits.
From a more holistic approach to congestion, pain relief and weight loss to releasing toxins and speeding up recovery time after a hard workout, more people are turning to steam showers to improve their overall health. Couple that with the fact that adding a steam shower will increase your home’s overall value, and you have yourself a strong return on investment!
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Modern contemporary homes incorporate the use of glass in the design. Glass not only adds a sense of elegance and refinement, but it also helps to bring light into the home and enhance certain features. The flexibility and versatility of glass is unsurpassed by any other home building material. And, since glass comes in so many shapes, colors, forms and styles, it’s suitable in a variety of different applications around the home. The following are seven creative and stylish ways to use glass in your modern luxury home design.
Three Reasons To Enhance Your Bathroom!
When renovating your bathroom, there’s no addition that can have as large of an effect as a new shower. Often, they are the focal point of the room, and when done correctly they can completely change the vibe of your bathroom. Need more convincing to add glass shower doors of your own? Here are our top 3 reasons why you should make the switch today!
Design Your Perfect Shower Enclosure
If you’ve been reading our posts, by now you’re well aware of the benefits of having a glass shower enclosure in your bathroom. Lets take it one step further. Say you’ve decided that you want one of your own, but need help choosing the right enclosure dimensions to be both practical and visually stunning. Well, we’re here to help.
A Practical Bathroom Remodel
Elegance is best achieved by keeping things simple and functional. Don't get caught up in all of your elaborate design ideas that you forget about the practicality of your plans.
Marble, porcelain, stone, and tile are stylish, but when set next to certain kinds and colors of floors, walls, and fixtures, they can offset a room’s mood or ambiance. Find materials that compliment each other. Try to keep the overall theme of your house in mind. Consistency is key, but keep