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.
Sometimes looking at other people's dreams can be just as inspiring as looking at your own. Over the past month our writers have put together their dream bathrooms and, rounded up together, they make for quite a collection. They go from rustic to geeky and cover the spread in between…
When I search for "traditional" bathroom styles, a plethora of images pops up that looks nothing like the kinds of classic bathrooms found in historic American homes. Somehow, traditional has become less about classical style and more about ornate flourishes, dark wood, and heavy, overlapping patterns and textures.
I love a little nature in the bathroom. But the lonely orchid in my bathroom can't compare with a luxurious indoor/outdoor dream space. A Hawaiian-inspired al fresco shower is the ultimate bathing experience; nothing feels better.
Inspired by Nancy's great Anthropologie Etsy Challenge post, I wondered if one could furnish an entire bathroom using Etsy. If it could be done, would it be a cohesive look, and would I even like it?! The answer is, mostly, yes.
Whether you rent and can't make improvements, have a non-traditional tub placement, or just need more towel real estate, free-standing towel bars are an easy solution. From ladders to heaters, here's the splurge versus save roundup of towel racks of all shapes and styles.
Few places conjure up images of glamour more than the Ritz Paris. And among the many things it's famous for are its legendary bathrooms — allegedly, the Ritz was the first hotel in Europe to include bathrooms en suite. While their fixtures may be a bit much for everyday living, they're a great source of inspiration for adding a bit of luxe to your own salle de bain.
While it's true a wooden bath mat won't give you that same plush feeling underfoot like a softer textile one, some fans of the wooden bath mat claim it's easier to keep clean. And because of its warm, woodsy material, these sorts of bath mats are perfect for those looking to add a little zen into their bathroom.