My bathroom is ridiculously tiny. A very pregnant visitor once asked if she could use the bathroom. "You can try." We do have a full bath, but no room to house a baby bathtub. When my son was born 5 years ago and now with my daughter, we made do with other products suited to small homes. Here they are...
I've had the pleasure of following Jenn's garden via Instagram for quite some time now. I was drawn in by the beautiful pictures of her space, but my love of the area and the gardening climate in Half Moon Bay, California (her home base) kept me coming back for more. I thought I would share her garden with the Apartment Therapy community, and Jenn was kind enough to send some photos my way for all of you — just in time for our Outdoor & Gardening month!
Apartment Therapy's lovely and talented Family Editor, Carrie McBride, is off on maternity leave right now. This got us thinking about perfect gifts for new moms. I asked a bunch of friends what they would appreciate after just giving birth. There were lots of good suggestions, but one thing is clear: the time for onesies and diaper bags has passed. Gifts that make life easier and more comfortable at home are the way to go.
While we've seen a lot of inspiring bathroom projects throughout the year, we've also covered a lot of resources for starting your own makeover project. From simply replacing the shower curtain to finding new space saving tools, here's a roundup of our best bathroom product posts of 2012.
In the past, whenever I've moved, the bathroom's one of the few rooms in the house that is always refurnished. By the time I moved everything feels so tired and used, and bathroom styles and colors vary so widely from house to house, so I never want to spend a ton of money. Whether you're moving into new digs, or gearing up for your first bathroom, these essentials will get you started without breaking the bank — everything is under $40.
Danielle Reid and her husband Rob are going to prove that better living is possible through design. Their online shop stocks carefully crafted goods that are strong enough for everyday use but so handsome you'll want them on display.
Bath toys can multiply like loaves and fishes. Not only do they need to be stored, they need to be drained. This clever holder, with an inner and outer bucket is functional and attractive enough for the family bathroom.