Understand Your Choices for Sustainable Bathroom Products


When you consider adding a new bathroom or remodeling an existing one, it's important to examine the environmental impact of your material selections. While doing your homework, you'll soon come to discover that old phrase "truth in advertising" is frequently misconstrued when it comes to sustainable materials. Traditional Bathroom via Houzz When a business … [Read more...]

See Your Bathroom in Black and White


A bathroom decorated in black and white brings with it an elegant vintage look and feel. The beauty of a bath decorated in this style is that it can easily be dressed up or down with very little effort. Combine modern with vintage by installing large 12 x 12 square black and white tiles in a checkerboard pattern. Then hit the flea market for an antique desk … [Read more...]

A Bar… in the Bathroom?


Gorgeous soaker tubs are so popular these days and nothing is better than relaxing in a warm bath full of fabulous smelling bath salts while enjoying a cold glass of wine. But how many times have you gotten ready to dip your toes in only to realize the wine is still in the refrigerator downstairs? Contemporary Bathroom via Houzz By installing your own personal … [Read more...]

Wonderful Work From Native Trails Seen at KBIS in 2014

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Recently the 2014 Kitchen Bath Industry Show was held in Las Vegas and there are lots of new and exciting products on the market for both our residential and commercial clients. And one of the most impressive lines we saw is also one of our all-time favorites: Native Trails. Native Trails crafts high quality, low impact, environmentally friendly artisan fixtures … [Read more...]

Fun Updates to Consider for Your Colorado Kitchen


When considering a kitchen remodel in Colorado, of course cabinetry, flooring, appliances, and fixtures are all on the list. But why not consider adding some of these fun additions for extra pizzazz? Instead of ordering a standard hanging pot rack, have one constructed out of copper piping. Pop-in joints and tees easily fit together and all it takes is brass … [Read more...]