FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. Is Available for Bathroom Remodeling Projects for Fall 2020 | Aug 4, 2020

Langhorne, PA — (SBWIRE) — 08/04/2020 — Residents of Bucks County and the surrounding areas who are looking for experienced bathroom remodeling contractors can turn to FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. for customized solutions and the highest quality bathroom design services, all of which are available at the most affordable prices.

The experts at FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. are dedicated to helping local homeowners design and build the bathrooms of their dreams. As a trusted remodeling company in and around the Langhorne area for over 60 years, their team of professional contractors knows exactly what it takes to make bathroom remodeling projects stress-free and affordable. In fact, they offer unparalleled workmanship and customer service because their sole dedication is to their clients’ satisfaction.

Bathrooms are notorious for being strictly functional and not providing much space — something the FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. team can easily

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InventHelp Inventor Develops Convenient Accessory for the Bathroom (RHO-1081)

PITTSBURGH, July 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — “I wanted to create a safe and simple way to use your phone or other mobile devices while on the toilet or in the bathtub,” said an inventor, from Fredericksburg, Va., “so I invented the HANDY DANDY STAND.”

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The patent-pending invention provides a hands-free way to support a book or mobile device in the bathroom. In doing so, it could help to prevent items from being dropped or damaged. It also enhances sanitation and convenience. The invention features a versatile design that is easy to use so it is ideal for households. Additionally, it is producible in design variations and a prototype model is available upon request.

The inventor described the invention design. “My design ensures that your hands remain free while reading or using your mobile device in the bathroom.”

The original design was submitted to the

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How to recreate the hot 2020 pink bathroom trend in Animal Crossing

Video games have long been sandboxes for those looking to sample interior design trends (oh Sims, you and your endless carpet swatches taught us so much). Animal Crossing: New Horizons is one such experience, giving you an entire house to spruce up using whatever knick knacks you can find.

If you want to recreate one of 2020’s hottest trends, read on for six tips that’ll help you design the perfect pink bathroom in Animal Crossing.

Design pink indoor decking to play with levels

a bedroom with a green door: (Image credit: Animal Crossing)

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(Image credit: Animal Crossing)

One of the quickest ways to take your bathroom to the – ahem – next level is to build a raised indoor platform. Animal Crossing includes a customisation app on the NookPhone, so you can install floor tiles that you’ve either designed yourself or downloaded from another player. 

This pink decking by Yamaji Maya (Creator ID: MA-8569-4772-9405) is

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5 Chic Instagram Decor Ideas Guaranteed To Make Your Bathroom Look Oh, So Expensive

What if your bathroom could be a luxurious sanctuary, with smart storage and expensive-looking decor? We’re convinced the dream can be reality.


If your bathroom looks anything like ours after nearly four months of staying at home, then you know the countertops (and probably the bathtub edges and toilet back) are covered in cleaning supplies, toilet paper overstock, and other miscellaneous goods that can’t seem to find a home elsewhere in your place.

But what if—and stay with us here—your bathroom could be a luxurious sanctuary, with smart storage and expensive-looking decor?

After scrolling through hundreds of posts on Instagram to find some decor inspiration, we’re convinced that

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10 Small Shower Ideas That’ll Make Your Bathroom Feel Spacious

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As with any small space, you need to get creative to make the most of it. That means diving deep into all of your options and boiling them down to the absolute best one for you and your space. Whether you have a super tiny apartment bathroom or less square footage to work with in a large house, these shower ideas will help you design a space that feels anything but confined. Every time you walk into your bathroom, you’ll know that you’re getting maximum function and style out of it.

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Make It Cozy

Use brass accents and neutral tile to make a small shower feel like a super cozy oasis. This shower by Cilla Bonfim Interiors has a beach view, which makes it even more comforting.

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Use Fun Tiling

No room for decor? No problem.

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10 Timeless Bathroom Trends That Will Never Go Out of Style

A forever home deserves a forever bathroom, one that will stand the test of time.

This may mean putting aside any thoughts of laying down miles of pink tile or installing that funky sink shaped like a wooden trough. No, this is one room where the classics should truly reign supreme.

Not sure what “classic” really means when it comes to bathroom design? Think simple, bright, airy, and clean.

Imagine the nicest hotel bathroom you’ve ever seen: a pretty tub, gleaming chrome fixtures, and stylish yet simple tile in all-white or neutral shades.

As part of our continuing series, “Timeless Home Design Trends,” we’re covering every room in the house—and the bathroom is up next.

Behold the top 10 timeless trends to install in

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Realtor groups drop ‘master’ bedroom, bathroom terms from listings

At least two realtor groups are now no longer using the word “master” to describe bedrooms and bathrooms in their listings.

The Houston Association of Realtors replaced the phrases “master bedroom” and “master bathroom” with “primary bedroom” and “primary bathroom” on its property listing database.

“We changed the terms Master Bedroom and Master Bath to Primary Bedroom and Primary Bath in our internal MLS entry platform after a diverse group of members expressed concern that some consumers might perceive the terms to be sexist or racist,” a spokesperson for HAR told ABC News. “No one felt Primary would be objectionable.”

The idea to stop using the term “master” in listings has been a topic of discussion among HAR members for several years. Some members did not personally view the term “master” as either racist or sexist but were willing to change it for others who may find it objectionable, according

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Is It Safe To Let People Use Your Bathroom During The COVID-19 Pandemic?

There are many steps you can take to make the process of letting someone use your bathroom safer. (Photo: Niccoló Pontigia / EyeEm via Getty Images)
There are many steps you can take to make the process of letting someone use your bathroom safer. (Photo: Niccoló Pontigia / EyeEm via Getty Images)

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered our social lives in many ways. Perhaps one of the most notable changes is the rise of the physically distanced backyard hangout.

We’ve all seen the images of small groups of people sitting outside and having a drink. Although any sort of gathering does carry some risk for spreading the coronavirus, we know it’s much less easily transmitted outside, where there’s more space and more natural airflow. 

Still, there’s one issue that seems unavoidable: What happens when someone has to use the bathroom?

“The real risk is from person-to-person interaction, so letting someone use your bathroom would not pose a major risk of disease exposure,” said Brian Labus, a professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ School of

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5 Cheap Ways To Spruce Up Your Bathroom

May 13, 2020

Your bathroom can be functional without being boring, without spending thousands of dollars or hosting an HGTV makeover show to spruce it up. (Most of us are terrified at the thought of our friends spending significant time in our bathrooms, much less letting all of America critique it.)

Flea markets, dollar stores, and other discount retailers are good places for inspiration. There are many discounted materials available waiting for you to transform them into bathroom accessories. All you need is the vision to see how these accessories can fit into the style that you want to portray — but how do you get started?

To avoid wandering around stores all day, it is best to look at specific aspects of your bathroom and get some idea of the things you would like to incorporate. By focusing on the following five areas, you can narrow your discount search.

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This Dreamy California Bathroom Evokes a Moroccan Spa

<div class="caption"> <strong>AFTER:</strong> The wood vanity in the former laundry room turned bathroom oasis. </div> <cite class="credit">Ulf Bjorlin</cite>

AFTER: The wood vanity in the former laundry room turned bathroom oasis.

Ulf Bjorlin

When Los Angeles–based interior designer Faith Blakeney was tasked with reimagining a 1930s Spanish-style home for a dear friend Deborah Burch, she had specific goals in mind. “She works very hard and she travels a lot for work, so she isn’t home that often,” Faith says. “I wanted to create a space so that when she got home, she could deeply, deeply relax and recharge.”

In order to accomplish this, Faith knew she had to add a crucial element that the house lacked. “This home, while glorious and with so many assets, only had two bathrooms. There was no master bathroom, so that was odd,” she says. “There was a room off the master bedroom that was a laundry room, which seemed ridiculous to me. We decided to move the laundry area to the garage and

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