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Mood Lighting

Mood Lighting

One under-the-radar accessory that could take your bathing experience to the next level combines two elements—LED lighting and color therapy. The LED lighting system from is just one example of this technology, which experts say could be emotionally therapeutic and potentially beneficial to your skin at the same time—without adding any additional steps to your shower routine.

Red

Red, is the color of unlimited vitality. It’s a great wake-up call for when you have a high-intensity day ahead.

Blue

In contrast,  blue is calming. This is a great color to decompress with as it’s restful and sedate.

Green

Post-workout, you might want to go green, This is the perfect color for helping to reducing tension.

Pink

Pink is a good choice if you need to feel more loved, it’s a great color to help cultivate self-love and also attract love into your life.

Orange

The pros associate orange with sex drive. “Orange would be great when you want to feel more love and increase your sexual stamina.

Yellow

It’s a good color to start the day off with as it helps to wake you up. It also, lifts your spirits and inspires cheerfulness.

Showers

Showers

Shower Power

Homeowners are opting for large, luxury walk-in showers where they can go to relax and escape. Many homeowners today are forgoing tubs for expanded showers, which can include body sprays, multiple showerheads, therapeutic lights and more.

A straightforward bathroom conversion can be done when the bathtub is in an alcove. Once the tub is removed, the space measuring 30 to 34 inches deep and 5 feet wide leaves adequate room for a shower.

Quartz Countertops

Quartz Countertops

Quartz Countertops

Skip the sealing and scrubbing. Quartz-surfacing countertops require less upkeep than their granite counterparts and offer timeless appeal. Plus, the shimmering surface is less dominant than other materials, so you’re unlikely to grow tired of it. Quartz countertops pair well with both light and dark colored cabinets, making them easy to integrate into any kitchen color scheme.

Farmhouse Sinks

Farmhouse Sinks

Farmhouse kitchen sinks—also known as apron front kitchen sinks—are the perfect mix of modern and traditional style. Traditionally, these were big, durable sinks, designed to hold a day’s worth of water for cooking. With the advent of indoor plumbing and better drain systems, there was less of a need for such a heavy sink. Nowadays, people install farmhouse sinks for their appeal and their size. Their apron front creates a unique look. It turns the sink into a focal point of the kitchen. These sinks look just as great in modern or industrial kitchens as they do in traditional kitchens. Above all, if you’re looking for an interesting design that combines form and function, a farmhouse sink might be a great option for you in your home.

Composite Decking

Composite Decking

Composite decks are made from slip-resistant and splinter-free materials. Not only does this make it safe for your own feet, it helps protect the bare feet of small children and pets. Additionally, while composite decks will eventually react to heat, they’ll do so at a higher temperature than a traditional wood deck. As such, if you have fun features on your deck like a fire pit or fire table, you can rest easy knowing you have some extra protection with a composite deck.

Since composite decking is manufactured, each board has the same look and the same color. As a result, many homeowners pick composite decking for its uniformity. Plus, it doesn’t fade to a light gray like some unstained and unsealed wood decks. For a lot of people, that’s a plus.

For the environmentally conscious, composite decking is a smart investment. Since composite deck boards are made with wood fiber, and recycled plastics, they are one of the many innovative products that make use of products that might otherwise end up in landfill. Every 10 square feet of composite decking contains nearly 1,100 one gallon milk jugs, and 3,000 recycled plastic shopping bags.

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