Bathroom Design Ideas with Cork Floors

At-Home Retreat Dual Sink Bathroom Vanity

Soak your senses in a tranquil spa environment with sophisticated bathroom furniture from Dura Supreme. Coordinate an entire collection of bath cabinetry and furniture and customize it for your particular needs to create an environment that always looks put together and beautifully styled. Any combination of Dura Supreme’s many cabinet door styles, wood species and finishes can be selected to create a one-of a kind bath furniture collection. A double sink vanity creates personal space for two, while drawer stacks create convenient storage to keep your bath uncluttered and organized. This soothing at-home retreat features Dura Supreme’s “Style One” furniture series. Style One offers 15 different configurations (for single sink vanities, double sink vanities, or offset sinks) and multiple decorative toe options to create a personal environment that reflects your individual style. The bathroom has evolved from its purist utilitarian roots to a more intimate and reflective sanctuary in which to relax and reconnect. A refreshing spa-like environment offers a brisk welcome at the dawning of a new day or a soothing interlude as your day concludes. Our busy and hectic lifestyles leave us yearning for a private place where we can truly relax and indulge. With amenities that pamper the senses and design elements inspired by luxury spas, bathroom environments are being transformed form the mundane and utilitarian to the extravagant and luxurious. Bath cabinetry from Dura Supreme offers myriad design directions to create the personal harmony and beauty that are a hallmark of the bath sanctuary. Immerse yourself in our expansive palette of finishes and wood species to discover the look that calms your senses and soothes your soul. Your Dura Supreme designer will guide you through the selections and transform your bath into a beautiful retreat. Request a FREE Dura Supreme Brochure Packet: http://www.durasupreme.com/request-brochure Find a Dura Supreme Showroom near you today: http://www.durasupreme.com/dealer-locator

Tranquil Pacific Northwest Bathroom

NW Architectural Photography - Dale Lang

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Teenage Dream

Janis Nicolay

The Weekender

This small powder room was transformed with a dark wall color. A deep aubergine color was selected to add richness and contrast the existing yellow-toned cork floor. Natural wood art frames are paired with metallic accents for a balanced, eclectic feel. Modern, unique globe-torch sconces add a fun vibe and moody glow.

Cork Tile Bathroom

Designed by JR Design, London UK

Lake Charles wheelchair accessible home

Wheelchair Accessible Barrier Free Shower by Best Bath Systems with padded fold-down shower bench and waterfall shower head, handheld shower on a slider bar, wheelchair accessible lever style controls and grab bars, weighted shower curtain with flexible waterstopper barrier.

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The Bergen II

The long custom vanity with double sinks in the ensuite gives everyone enough space to spread out and makes the space feel larger. The dark colour palette anchors the space while the large windows keep it light and airy. The freestanding tub adds that extra bit of luxury to the space. Photo by Kristen Sawatzky

At-Home Retreat Dual Sink Bathroom Vanity

Soak your senses in a tranquil spa environment with sophisticated bathroom furniture from Dura Supreme. Coordinate an entire collection of bath cabinetry and furniture and customize it for your particular needs to create an environment that always looks put together and beautifully styled. Any combination of Dura Supreme’s many cabinet door styles, wood species and finishes can be selected to create a one-of a kind bath furniture collection. A double sink vanity creates personal space for two, while drawer stacks create convenient storage to keep your bath uncluttered and organized. This soothing at-home retreat features Dura Supreme’s “Style One” furniture series. Style One offers 15 different configurations (for single sink vanities, double sink vanities, or offset sinks) and multiple decorative toe options to create a personal environment that reflects your individual style. The bathroom has evolved from its purist utilitarian roots to a more intimate and reflective sanctuary in which to relax and reconnect. A refreshing spa-like environment offers a brisk welcome at the dawning of a new day or a soothing interlude as your day concludes. Our busy and hectic lifestyles leave us yearning for a private place where we can truly relax and indulge. With amenities that pamper the senses and design elements inspired by luxury spas, bathroom environments are being transformed form the mundane and utilitarian to the extravagant and luxurious. Bath cabinetry from Dura Supreme offers myriad design directions to create the personal harmony and beauty that are a hallmark of the bath sanctuary. Immerse yourself in our expansive palette of finishes and wood species to discover the look that calms your senses and soothes your soul. Your Dura Supreme designer will guide you through the selections and transform your bath into a beautiful retreat. Request a FREE Dura Supreme Brochure Packet: http://www.durasupreme.com/request-brochure Find a Dura Supreme Showroom near you today: http://www.durasupreme.com/dealer-locator

Arts & Crafts House

Triangular Dormer Bathroom Window Photo Credit: Design Storey Architects

"I WANT THAT" Wednesday find of the week .. .

By Design I WANT THAT Wednesday feature of the week . . .CORK - it's not just for wine bottles anymore! Looking for flooring for your new home or remodel? Want something that is soft on your feet and back, sustainable AND beautiful? Go CORK! Perfect for kid's playrooms - dramatic for a powder bath - warmer on your feet than tile (which is nice if you run around barefoot like I do). Check out these EIGHT photos for ideas on where to incorporate cork in your home!

Tranquil Pacific Northwest Bathroom

NW Architectural Photography - Dale Lang

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Cozy & retro extension in North London

Retro style bathroom containing contemoirary elements such as glass wall panels in the shower. Photo by Chris Snook