Bathroom Design Beaverton OR

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Maughan Design
(503) 241-4059
1910 Lovejoy
Portland, OR
Oregon Re-Bath
(503) 643-9629
1345 Sw 158th Ave
Beaverton, OR
F X Repair & Remodeling
(503) 542-4442
2950 Nw 29th Ave
Portland, OR
Dearing & Yung Contractors
(503) 256-5130
4621 Se 27th Ave
Portland, OR
Careful Remodelers The Inc
(503) 774-2810
2704 Se 65th Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 644-1146
12795 Sw Canyon Rd
Beaverton, OR
Interior Dimensions
(503) 292-9710
5319 Sw Westgate Dr
Portland, OR
Eastbank Interiors
(503) 233-1502
1001 Se Water Av
Portland, OR
(503) 319-4063
28180 SW Heater Rd
tile and stone installation
Licenses / Certifications
Years in Business
twenty yrars

RJ RAMOS Construction Co.
(503) 233-1435
6808 SE 74TH Ave.
Portland, OR
Portland Remodeling, Window Replacement, Siding, Roofing, Gutters, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Room Additions, Painting, Drywall, Electrical Repairs, General Contracting, Commercial Remodeling, Rental Property Maintenance

Top 10 Bathroom Trends

by Special to Casa Latina on June 1, 2011

in Design Studio

As America’s economy strengthens, remodeling and home renovations are on the rise. For homeowners seeking inspiration for their bathroom renovation, here are the top trends to know:

Doubled Vanity

With separate sinks and vanities, homeowners get the individualized spaces and storage they desire in their bathrooms. 

Radiant Heat

Some companies install heating mats controlled by a thermostat under tile, stone, laminate and engineered-wood floors.

Recycled Flooring

With the increased focus on sustainable materials, tiles made from recycled ceramic, glass and metal are in.

Recycled Glass Tiles

Seeing Green

The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) reported that 24 percent of their designers used a green color palette in their clients’ kitchens last year. KraftMaid, a leader in semi-custom cabinetry, offers cabinetry with color finishes – such as Sage – that can add a burst of color to bathroom walls. 

Walk-In Showers

Large glass doors and earth-tone tiles are being combined with luxury showerheads and water jets for a spa-like feel. 

Added Storage Space

For the homeowner with dozens of bottles, jars and accessories, KraftMaid’s vanity filler pullout creates storage while saving space with its slim vertical design.

 Satin Nickel Faucets

From 2009 to the end of 2010, the percent of NKBA designers who specified a satin nickel faucet in the ba...

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