Marble in Bathroom Pros and Cons

Marble has been used in homes for centuries but has recently increased in popularity, especially in bathroom design. Our Devine Bath team reviews the basics of marble, as well as the pros and cons of using this stone in your Portland or Seattle bathroom remodel.

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Brighten Up Your Bathroom with These 4 Design Ideas

Spring has arrived! But for many of us in the Pacific Northwest, that still means rain and grey skies. Combat seasonal sadness by bringing more light into the rooms you use every day, like the bathroom.

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Create the Illusion of Space Using Mirrors

We all have mirrors in our homes, but most of us never stop to think about how truly wonderful they are for creating the illusion of more space, especially in small rooms. We share our favorite mirror tips for small bathrooms that will help you amp up your design while simultaneously making your bathroom seem larger and grander.

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Tech Updates You Can Make to Your Bathroom this Year

‘Smart bathrooms,’ or bathrooms with high-tech features, are becoming increasingly popular. While the idea of a technology-filled bathroom may seem like something out of a science-fiction movie, many bathroom tech updates are much easier to incorporate than you may think.

Style Talk with Remodel Inspo

If you’ve been thinking about updating your bathroom, you’re not alone. Our Devine Bath designers have been busier than ever the past year, working to refresh the bathrooms of Portland and Seattle-area families. Each homeowner’s preferences and style are unique, but these are some of the most popular style features, materials, and fixtures our clients have been loving lately.

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Can I Have Hardwood Floors in My Bathroom?

Watch any home remodeling TV show or flip through a design magazine and you’ll see that hardwood floors are as popular as ever. But what about wood flooring for bathrooms? Wood floors have traditionally been advised against. However, new materials on the market allow you to get the look of wood without the upkeep and repair required of traditional hardwood floors.