Bathroom Decor

All bathrooms need the basic utilities and plenty of storage, but a good bathroom design makes its visitors feel comfortable and clean no matter what. Get inspired with these articles.

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There may be hidden, unused space in your home that could solve your need for another bathroom.

By Sarah Fernandez

Doing your own tiling isn’t very difficult, and will save you a bundle of cash.

By Sarah Fernandez

Back in vogue, wall-mount bathroom faucets will give you more room to maneuver and a lot more counter space for your stuff. Everybody dance now!

By Emilie Sennebogen


You've probably heard the sound coming from your bathtub before -- drip, drip,drip. How much money will you lose down the drain if you have a leaky showerhead?

By Christine Venzon

The average person takes more than 28,000 showers in a lifetime. With a handheld showerhead, you could save water and money without sacrificing water pressure.

By Bambi Turner

Bathrooms are typically the smallest rooms in a home, and if you make a mistake in the design, it can shrink the room even further. So what are the top mistakes you can make when your design your bathroom?

By Jessica Brown

It's usually the smallest room in a house, but bathroom design can make a huge impact on your home's value. Find style ideas and practical tips for designing a beautiful bathroom.

By Mary Wynn Ryan


Use these bathroom decorating ideas to design the perfect bathroom for your home. There are so many various styles that you'll definitely find something that suits your taste. Choose from glamor, southwest ranch, far east, and many more.

By Mary Wynn Ryan

Decorating a bathroom includes consideration not only of fixtures, fittings, and floor and wall surfaces, but also safety and maintenance. Discover the various styles of bathroom design ideas, including tips on cabinets, lighting, and much more!

By Mary Wynn Ryan

Although American culture still associates cleanliness with virtue, we now also associate it with hedonistic pampering. From the skimpy, sanitary, one-per-household white box of the 1950s, the bath has blossomed into a beckoning retreat.

By Mary Wynn Ryan

Most of us are guilty of it: a linen closet that looks like a bomb went off. The sheets and towels are stacked haphazardly, and the toiletries fall on the floor whenever the door opens. No more! It's time to reclaim the linen closet.

By Debra K. Melchior & Emilie Sennebogen