Here’s how to incorporate feng shui in the rooms of your home.
Aside from price and style, when you’re buying a new toilet, you also need to consider things like water conservation, function, size, shape, cleanliness, and maybe even color. Following is a guide that will help you determine which toilet is the best toilet for your home. Plus, discussion of some of the most modern features in today’s toilets.
Little known facts about wells and water usage. Here’s everything we’ve learned about digging a well, including proposed costs to dig a well in Williamson County, Tennessee.
In our master bathroom, there is a floating wall in the center, which serves as the base for a sink on either side. One is a ‘shaving sink’ to accommodate Jim’s daily ritual. The other is a wide-top pedestal sink. In the shower area, there is also a corner seating bench, a window for air and natural light, 2 built-in niches for shower supplies, and some ceramic/tile towel hooks at the entrance to the shower.
Have you given any thought to just how long those things that you’re installing are going to last? I have. Recently the National Association of Home Builders — NAHB — shed some light on the life expectancy of common components inside a home. Have a look…
Check out these great online tools for designing your own bathroom! Plus, lots of practical tips & resources that could save some time and money when designing your new bathroom.
Who knew something so simple as the placement of the toilet could be so difficult? …Not me!
One way to use this is as an ‘idea list’… to help you weigh out the pro’s and con’s of various bathroom features in order to ultimately determine your own ‘wants’ and ‘needs’ list for your own master bathroom. Another way you could use this list is to think of these things as some of the most often overlooked items in master bathrooms.
This my favorite toilet paper holder for the bathroom. I think it would look especially great in a log home bathroom. Baskets and logs kinda go hand-in-hand, right? Peterboro baskets are the BEST!
Here are lots of pictures of log home bathrooms that can be used to get design & decorating ideas for your own new or soon-to-be remodeled bathroom, including toilets, bathtubs, jacuzzi tubs, showers, sinks, cabinets and shelves, windows… and other things.
Here’s how we ultimately designed our log home: We started with a list of things we knew we WANTED… and a list of features we knew we NEEDED in our next home. We whittled the list down to our top things, and we incorporated those things in our log home design.
The two guys who were at the Log Home Show were adept at thinking of everything we hadn’t thought of, and they showed us every way possible to incorporate their furniture into our life. Overall, we appreciated that they were also very knowledgeable and helpful at the same time. FYI, the wood used for Lonesome Cottage furniture is Northern White Cedar. The company is based out of Minnesota.