Friday, June 12, 2009

Bathroom ideas

Does anyone have any recommendations for websites where I can get bathroom ideas? I like modern baths with mosaic tile, like below. Just looking for a site where I can get some ideas!




10 comments:

Savvy Mode SG said...

my sister has a bathroom very similar. it is beautiful but very hard to keep clean. she literally asked her housekeeper to take a toothbrush to all the little grout lines. btw her and the housekeeper, they love and hate that bathroom now.

Meg said...

Have you check out HGTV? They have that "rate my space" thingy where real people can post their rooms. Might be helpful.

Jules said...

I love the pic you posted. I know HGTV usually has a lot of good inspiration photos. You could also try The Nest.

Carbunkle Trumpet said...

can't give you any advice on ideas but I can tell you that you need to get LOTS of wine to drink during the remodel and possibly take medications because it sucks.

::Preppy Principal:: said...

I agree with Jules- HGTV has some good ideas and pics...Emily- can you email me- dr.denisemiranda at gmail dot com...I am heading out to TN and will be in Memphis for one day...email me please.Thanks

A. said...

www.thisyounghouse.com is an amazing home improvement blog.

Southern Belle said...

Agreed on HGTV and thisyounghouse. You might also try getting a bunch on magazines and looking through them. Have you tried to search bathrooms through Google image?

megany09 said...

I have no idea, but you could always call my mother in law. They just did their bathroom, and she's obsessive about those things. :-)

When you do re-do it, the m-in-l swears by Top Dog (on Hwy 64) and Mars (in Arlington) for discount stuff. I think she got her new vanities from Top Dog.

-Lindsey- said...

Ahh, I love that! I discovered all the different pretty pretty tiles when we tiled a column in our living room. I would love to do my bathroom/bath tub/shower area in pretty tiles!

loub0999 said...

Hello, I renovate for a living and we use sealers to keep grout clean. You should try a good grout cleaner, if your tiles are ceramic, porcelain or glass and not a natural stone use something similar to CLR or Ceramicar II. Both contain acids and other products that dissolve lime rust and calcium deposits easily (not advised on natural stones like granite made up of calcium!). Once you've done a nice cleaning, seal the grout with grout sealer or grout colorant.