Bathroom Ideas You Can Use: Secrets & Solutions for Freshening Up the Hardest-Working Room in Your House

Front Cover
Creative Publishing international, Jan 15, 2013 - House & Home - 176 pages
1 Review

A 176-page design and inspiration book that is packed full with gorgeous photos of beautiful bathrooms and highly desired bathroom fixtures. This is a hardworking, editorially-driven source book, guide book and manual for people who are beginning the bathroom remodeling process. Bathroom Ideas You Can Use contains page after page of useful information and intelligent discussion, but still features hundreds of beautiful photos of rooms, materials and fixtures. All of the most common fixtures are included: multi-head shower stalls, tubs and spas, vanities, lavatory sinks, toilets and bidets, vent fans and even saunas and infrared steam baths. Accessories can transform a plain bath into a luxury salon, including: towel warmers, anti-fog mirrors, cabinetry and cabinet organizers, paper holders and towel rods, shower doors, and home electronics. Whatever your plans may be, from a simple refreshing to a complete makeover, your next bathroom remodeling project starts here.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

A useful guide with practical ideas

User Review  - Rangelswranglers - Overstock.com

Great photos illustrate this guide for new construction or remodeling. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
4
Bathrooms by Size
10
Scintillating Surfaces
32
Beautiful Storage Spaces
54
Bathing in Style
72
Superb Fixtures
104
Exceptional Hardware
130
The WellLit Bathroom
142
Bathroom Extras
150
Resources
174
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2013)

Chris Peterson is a veteran home improvement and design author. Among the many books he has written are 5-Gallon Bucket Book, Building with Secondhand Stuff, Manskills, four books in the Ideas You Can Use series, and many Black & Decker Complete Guides. He has also co-authored numerous home design books with noted media celebrities. He lives in Ashland, Oregon.
 

Bibliographic information