Alright, so apparently a new trend of sinks is to have the faucet in the middle and a surrounding sink. While I like this idea, it’s a bit impractical for washing large things, because the sink is overall smaller. I do love the design and look, though, Practicality - 7/10 | Design - 9.5/10 Anyone have a sink like this?
Tap Tuesday everyone! Here I have gathered the top 10 hottest faucets I’ve seen (so far). Starting at the top, LED lights can make any tap shine! Off to the next row down, starting from the left, somewhat average design, however the sleek modern look and blue accent adds quite a lot to a washroom! Next you have a personal favourite, a hands-free! Very nice look as well, the slim faucet is very new and bright. Next, oh ho ho, we have a change in the line-up! A styled faucet, a fish! As long as it stays shiny, I enjoy the look! Great for an outdoors-y house. Next we have another hands-free, a Japanese design, very eccentric! The next one is probably my favourite design, the look is just so futuristic. Also, hands-free (woot woot). Next we have a more common look, however the modern shine is very nice. After that, you have a neat little tap, this one looks like it would have a lower water pressure than most, but it looks very nice. And the last one, finally has some colour to it! Very nice design. Coming up later, Tap Tuesday’s Worst Taps!
A little do-it-yourself job that may greatly improve the look of your bathrooms is setting up a tile backsplash. This may be as easy as a double row of backsplash tiles where your bathrooms wall meets the vanity or counter top or perhaps an elaborate tile backsplash framework the whole area …
A wall of Spectrus granite from Cactus Tile wraps the master bathroom. Craftsmen skillfully mitered the slabs for the perfect Rorschach effect. Sinks by Wet and chrome faucets from Kohler capture the contemporary aesthetic. The motorized shades are from AZ Custom Designs.