Decorating today's bathrooms calls for a sophisticated mix of colors, materials, and hard and soft goods. Take inspiration from these professional designed bathrooms.
By Mark McCauleyMore in Bathroom
When selecting products for the bath, such as tile or marble, be sure that you know the inherent qualities and the drawbacks of each material. Shiny floors may not be very slip-resistant; natural materials may have a pitted surface that is more slip-resistant, but also more likely to collect residue. (Room design by Jeanese Rowell. Photo by Mert Carpenter)
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