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When it comes to designing your bathroom, think beyond how it looks

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When it comes to designing your bathroom, think beyond how it looks

Bathrooms are often high-use spaces that are on the smaller side, so it’s important that you also consider ergonomics when planning out your bathroom. That means no more head/knee/elbow bumping, difficult cleaning or awkward manoeuvring when navigating around the space. We have 12 tips to building an ergonomic bathroom: ONE. For shelves mounted above the sink, you want to make sure you are installing them at a height that you don’t bump your head when you lean in to wash your face. Alternatively, consider a built-in recessed shelf/ledge that won’t get in the way. Design: Fuse Concept TWO. Laminates aren’t...

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Simple touches give this condo a personalized stamp

BathroomRenovation Before Duplex EntireHomes

Simple touches give this condo a personalized stamp

Brooke and Sam knew they were home when they walked into this 1,800-foot, loft-style Brooklyn condo. The three-bedroom Fort Greene apartment was modern and gave them room to grow. That was good, because by the time they’d closed on it, they had  one-week-old baby Leroy in their arms. Brooke, a digital media exec, and Sam, a tech specialist, loved the sleek two-floor space, but wanted to freshen up the kitchen and (three!) baths, and give the apartment whimsical style. While in contract, they’d posted their project on Sweeten, a free service that matches renovators with vetted general contractors. Soon, they’d...

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Simple touches give this condo a personalized stamp

BathroomRenovation Before Duplex EntireHomes

Simple touches give this condo a personalized stamp

Brooke and Sam knew they were home when they walked into this 1,800-foot, loft-style Brooklyn condo. The three-bedroom Fort Greene apartment was modern and gave them room to grow. That was good, because by the time they’d closed on it, they had  one-week-old baby Leroy in their arms. Brooke, a digital media exec, and Sam, a tech specialist, loved the sleek two-floor space, but wanted to freshen up the kitchen and (three!) baths, and give the apartment whimsical style. While in contract, they’d posted their project on Sweeten, a free service that matches renovators with vetted general contractors. Soon, they’d...

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