Many designers are building shower cubicles in new modern bathrooms that are just as big as a bathtub, because many new homeowners are satisfied with just having a shower in their bathroom instead of a bathtub. Bathtubs take up a lot of space, and use up A LOT of water, especially if you’re taking a bath every day, and if you have an entire family using that much water it can really add up.

But why take the relaxing aspect of the bathtub experience and incorporate it into your shower ritual? I visited a hotel recently that had a wonderful seat built right into the shower tiles. It looked amazing and I found it very handy for when I wanted to give my feet a good scrub.

There are plenty of ideas out there for you if you’re considering building a seat into your shower, and I’ve collected a whole bunch of them here to get you feeling inspired! Take a look!

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built in seat shower

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great idea for shower seats

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marble tile shower seating

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By Sarah Clarke

Remodeling a bathroom is a daunting task, but if you want to create a great look modern in your bathroom without making too many changes, one of the most impactful changes you can make is to change the flooring. There are tons of options available these days that can give your washroom a fabulous new look without breaking the banks.

As far as materials go, you have lots to choose from in terms of what will work in the bathroom. Of course, like in the kitchen, certain considerations have to be made considering the humidity that occurs in the room, and so the flooring has to be more durable. The most obvious choice is tile, and there are so many choices if you want to go in that direction.

There’s also laminate flooring which is durable enough to handle bathroom use, and is an inexpensive alternative to some of the more expensive tile options. Laminate wood grain is becoming a more popular option in modern bathroom design.

Naturally, one of the most versatile and simple of all flooring choices is vinyl. Vinyl flooring is great at resisting damage and extremely well suited for high moisture areas.

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black shiny tile bathroom floor

blue tile water bathroom floor

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laminate grey wood bathroom floor

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modern-bathroom glass flooring

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slate grey bathroom floor tiles

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vinyl wood bathroom flooring

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By Sarah Clarke

One of the most fun and lively ways to decorate your home is by utilizing vintage style decor. Everything old is new again and there are plenty of ways to incorporate a vintage feel so that it also looks modern and fresh. The bathroom is the perfect place to create a retro room. To help you along the way, consider the following vintage bathroom decor tips.

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If your tastes tend towards Hollywood glamour, create your very own old Hollywood-inspired, glamorous vintage bathroom. Use tones of black and white, along with silver accessories. If you are looking for something extra feminine you can also add accents of pink. Start with a black and white tiled floor. A soft pink shower curtain and soft pink bath rugs. Instead of a standard light hang up a crystal chandelier, as well as a mirror with a vintage frame.

For something a bit more kitchy you can add elements of the 1950’s decor style. Fun colors such as mint green and medium pink work well in this type of vintage bathroom. Hang up some vintage 50’s style tin signs and other prints that represent the era. Utilize cherry prints throughout the bathroom as well.

By Sarah Clarke

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