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Bathroom Resource Guide

Second only to the kitchen, the bathroom is the hardest working room in the house. It’s also a sanctuary.

Let us show you how to create a bathroom that’s resilient, aesthetically pleasing, and highly functional, all at once. (Skip to the advice posts.)

The bathroom could be the most-often overhauled room in the house. Done right, it’s a model of simplicity and small-space efficiency. But we know that it’s easy to get overwhelmed by choices.

Your bathroom should work for every member of the family—and for guests as well. Of course, you want durable and easily cleaned surfaces. But, just as in any room of your home, you also want beauty and comfort.

Our mission is to help you navigate the choices; we’ve searched far and wide for the best-in-class fixtures and fittings, from stylish towel bars to luxurious soaking tubs to up-to-the minute toilets.

For inspiration, we present our favorite projects, from budget DIYS to lavish spa baths. You’ll find design ideas and bathroom accessories in a range of styles, from modern to rustic to minimalist. As one of our readers put it, “I love when pragmatic choices beget stunning aesthetics.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

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