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How to Coordinate Paint Color With Cabinet Color

 

by Kristine Tucker, Demand Media

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingModern kitchen designs combine color and texture to create warm, inviting spaces. When you choose paint colors for your kitchen, you want to coordinate them with your wood cabinets. Many cabinets have earth tones such as oak, maple and walnut, that harmonize with neutral paint colors. Bright paint colors and deep hues add visual interest to a kitchen design. A color wheel is a valuable tool for choosing wall paint colors to coordinate with your cabinetry. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

28 Single Vanity Design Ideas

 

From the basic design to the cabinetry and countertops, use this guide to find the inspiration for your perfect single sink vanity.

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingBlended to Perfection

 

Single vanities usually have less counterspace than expansive double vanities, which means splurging on a luxe material is more affordable. This small dark walnut vanity cabinet features a stunning marble countertop with a graceful beveled edge. A modern glass vessel sink and sleek faucet make the most of the limited counter area, but also provide a well-designed contrast to the traditional vanity. Repeating other traditional-modern style pairs throughout a space will make all the elements of the room work together. For example, here, a contemporary border of mosaic tiles tops a wall treatment of subway tiles. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

Double Vanity Design Ideas

 

Get more grooming and storage space with a double vanity. Discover a variety of bathroom vanity styles and designs.

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingClassic Character

 

This storage-packed furniture-style vanity boasts vintage character with beaded-board doors, glass knobs, and furniturelike detailing on the toe-kicks. Maple counters top the vanity, and several coats of polyurethane protect its warm, traditional appeal. Dual classic white sinks and traditional-style faucets reinforce the vintage character. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

Eco-Friendly Bathroom Design Tips

 

What to consider, from faucets and fixtures to sinks, vanities, walls, and floors, when designing a bathroom that is environmentally friendly.

 

Faucets and Fixtures
Conserving water is the most important environmentally friendly strategy for the bathroom, and you can do it beautifully with new faucets and fixtures available from companies such as Kohler and Toto. Look for contemporary and traditional styles and finishes in low-flow showerheads, toilets, and lavatory faucets. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

Top 10 bathroom renovation tips

 

By Karen Cole Banack and Melody Duron

 

Consider some important points before updating the look of your bathroom.

 

An effective bathroom design should address all your needs, physical and spiritual. Here are the most important tips to consider when considering bathroom renovations.

 

San Antonio Design Remodeling1. Choose elegant fixtures.

 

A pedestal sink with graceful lines is more attractive than a blocky cabinet vanity. A classic claw-foot tub is like bathroom sculpture. Even enclosed in a deck, the simple lines of the lip have an inherent beauty that surpasses most acrylic versions. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make a Small Bath Look Larger

 

Make a big splash in a pint-size bath by indulging in chic fixtures and glamorous finishes. Look to colorful fabrics, updated fixtures, and storage niches to help your tiny bath sparkle.

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingShow a Little Leg

 

Cabinet doors can visually weigh down a petite bath. Keep things light and airy with a furniture-style vanity. With this unit, baskets hold supplies on the bottom shelf, ensuring the undersink area provides plentiful storage. Small drawers on both sides of the sink house small toiletries and cosmetics. Read more

 

 

 

 

Create a Glam Hollywood Bath

 

These readers traded sweat equity for high-end fixtures and finishes that evoke the silvery glitz of 1930s Tinseltown. Here’s your ticket to transforming your bath without the movie-star price tag

 

by Gillian Barth, This Old House Magazine

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingFrank and Janice Go to Hollywood

 

“If we were going to do this bath, it had to be magnificent.” —Janice and Frank Gingerelli, Bloomfield, New jersey

 

After 30 years of enduring their master bath’s busy orange-and-fuchsia wallpaper, dingy beige tile, and dim light from one puny window, Janice and Frank Gingerelli wanted the opposite for their remodeled space. They made it bright and airy by installing a new leaded-glass window and exposing the ceiling rafters. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

Assessing Needs for a Bath Remodel

 

Use these worksheets to figure out what you want and what you need

 

by Kristen Hampshire

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingWe need more space. That’s one thing most everyone can agree on when evaluating their current bathroom. And if the home is older, there likely is very little elbow room in the ‘ole water closet. “The typical shower in the typical house built 20 years ago was probably a 3×3 foot or 3×3.5 foot size, and it’s just not large enough,” says Ken Perrin, president, Artistic Renovations, Cleveland, Ohio. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

Natural Wonder: Master Bathroom Makeover Ideas

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingDo It in Style

 

Can more than 2.5 million votes be wrong about what makes a beautiful master bathroom? That’s how many ballots were cast on the DIY Network’s site as part of the annual Blog Cabin contest, which awards one lucky viewer a revamped home — this year, overlooking lush Woodstock, NY (yes, that Woodstock). Good Housekeeping developed three luxe bath looks, and voters picked a favorite. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before and After: Bathroom Renovations

 

Get a bathroom that boasts fabulous style and function. Find inspiration for your remodeling project from these amazing before and after bathroom makeovers.

 

San Antonio Design RemodelingBefore: In Need of a Refresh

 

A gorgeous pedestal sink was no match for the busy wallpaper in this petite powder room. The dated floral pattern drew the focus, away from the of the classic sink. But it took only $195 to completely transform the look of this bathroomRead more