May 15, 2012
StilHuas was founded in 1978 and continuously operated by the Bianchini family.
The company has over 30 years of experience in the luxury bath industry. Their unchanged commitment to the products they produce results in a five year quality guarantee.
The dedication to creating innovative and practical goods made with the highest quality materials rivals their competitors and has ensured their continued success for many more years to come. StilHaus is located in Italy, in the town of Viterbo.
Extremely practical, butlers are perfect for small spaces. Butlers incorporate multiple bathroom accessories and complements into one location without taking up a large portion of real-estate.
May 14, 2012
One of the largest and longest lasting European bathroom accessory companies is Geesa. Geesa has been able to endure due to their commitment for excellence. Doors for their facilities opened in 1885 and celebrated their 125th year in 2010.
Certified according to the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 9001-2008 standard for design, production and the delivery of bathroom accessories.
Geesa has become a high-end bathroom accessory market leader and exports their supplies to 65 countries.
Geesa stands by all of their products with quality assurance offering a 12 year warranty on all 12 micron layer of nickel and chrome layered brass bath goods.
–Design surpasses functionality without losing utility.–
April 19, 2012
Is more better? Minimalist belief is to produce more appeal using only essential features and forms. How can this be done, more with less? One surprising answer is bathroom furniture. Bisazza Bagno has introduced a new series of minimalist bathroom furniture in Larch wood with their Nendo collection.
December 8, 2011
Why stay traditional, when you go trendy? The Brizo collection by Jason Wu certainly gives off the in fashion feel with his contemporary modern design. The collection consists of beautifully crafted bathroom faucets and accessories embossed in a matte black finish. This collection will be sure to match just about anything, and maintains a classic and timeless decor.
Not only does this collection boast beauty, but it also takes pride in its brains as well. The bathroom faucets have SmartTouchPlus technology installed, which allow hands-free and touch-sensitive movement. The faucets also have Temperate Control Technology built in, which records the water’s temperature with an LED light, while offering an electronic thermostat controlling water and temperature. Meeting the US Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense standards, this chic faucet allows 11.5 gallons per minute, proving its water efficiency. Disregarding any style preference, the faucet from the Brizo collection is guaranteed to find its place in your bathroom.
But why just stop there? The Brizo collection has tons of bathroom accessories to fulfill your intended furnishings. Arrange a luxurious soap dish and soap pump next to the intelligent faucet, or add a tissue box holder.
Coordinate your bathroom with this black matte finished dream collection with towel bars, towel rings, glass shelves, toilet tank levers, waste baskets, drawer knobs and pulls. It gets even better, because this collection is available in polished chrome and brushed nickel finish. Be sure to not let this extravagant Brizo collection by Jason Wu pass you by.
August 18, 2011
- Stud Marker (optional)
- Measuring Tape
You don’t really realize how much you need your bathroom towel bar, until it is no longer functioning. If you have a broken towel bar, you can find yourself wondering where to hang your wet towels. When you are ready to hang a new towel bar, you may feel like you have no idea what you are doing. The good news is that changing a towel bar is simple and easy as long as you follow a few steps.
Measure where you are planning to hang your towel bar. Hold the bar next to the wall and center it where you want to place it. If you have a stud finder, use it to help you locate the studs in the wall. Mark the wall where each end of the bar will hang.
Attach one of the mounting plates. Start with one of the mounting plates and loosely attach it to the wall. Make sure that you don’t tighten the screw completely. If one of the mounting plates are going to be on a stud, mount that one first. If there are no studs, attach the screws with an anchor.
Check your measurements. Before you attach the second mounting plate, make sure that your measurements are correct. Place one side of the bar into the mounting plate that is installed. Make sure that your mark for the second plate is correct.
Install the second plate. If the measurement is correct, then install your second mounting plate.
Level out your work. After both plates are mounted, use a level and make sure the plates are even. Since the screws will still be loose, you can move the plates up and down to make them level. When you are happy with the mounts, tighten all of the screws.
Place the bar on the mounting plates. Attach the bar on the plates. An allen key is usually in the kit. Use the allen key to tighten every tiny little screw. Make sure that the rack is tight and secure. Remember this rack is going to be holding heavy and wet towels, so don’t miss any steps.