houzz has a lot of photos of stuff to give you ideas
I read the title too quickly as “places to see models bathe” and though, “cool!”
Why? With all of the options available these days, you don’t have to be stuck with only a few choices.
Models taking baths? I’m in! Where?
The Tile Shop helped us with both a bath and a kitchen remodel. Great selection with affordable prices.
Try the Midtowne Spa in Dallas.
Come to Wisconsin on a little vacay. Kohler (about 80 miles north of Milwaukee) has a design center with more than 100 vignette room displays of baths, kitchens, spas, as well as all of their products on display. The design center is open 364 days a year, free to the public. They sell NOTHING, but will provide catalogs for all of their products and will give you the names of dealers who can order them for you.
Even places like Lowes and home Depot can special order products that they normally do not carry, if you have the item number.
The Design Center has a “museum” in the basement where the history of the Kohler company is displayed. If I remember correctly, they started as a gravemaker company, making elaborate, cast iron crosses in Victorian days. They then branched out into plumbing fixtures and were the first American company to use color in their fixtures.
There is also a section where Kohler designers and artists display their own work created in their spare time using company tools.
The Kohler Design center is the best free attraction in SE Wisconsin. I go there just for fun.
I’d like to see some models bathing, too!
Never mind. I thought you said “See models bathe.” :>}
There’s a place you can go to watch models bathe. America,
What a country!!!
Check out my friends web site at http://www.cdchomerenovations.com ... he’s done some amazing bath makeovers. He’s based in Allen.
You’re looking for a bath house?
At my one time at a Home Depo Expo Center I asked them how thick their floor tiles were, as I was worried about floor transitions. They were in a cute, framed, display, and the guy basically told me to get lost - implying that it was an unfair question.
Glad to see them shut down - clowns like that can go back to interior design.
This is kind of nice and a real value!
Recently designed own remodel. Primary goals were
1. Eliminate mold
2. Elimate cleaning
3. Maximize floor space
Based in this I started with fan. The choice was a panasonici fan that was many times stronger than recommended yet quiet and turn on by motion and humidity.
Second choices was to increase insulation on external walls, mold resistant walls and bath wall material that is all one piece from bath to ceiling.
Third choice was wall hung toilet for added floor space, elimination of cleaning under toilet .
Floor and Décor in Arlington. They have some nice model bathrooms that show off their tile selections. We were looking at the glass enclosed showers there.
Houzz.com click on photos, the bathrooms, or in the search engine type in what you want.
Create a my houzz account then save the ones you like.
I’ve been remodeling almost nothing but kitchens and baths the last ten years and it has been a big help.
If you are looking for well designed yet easy to clean and maintain, I’d suggest looking online at some high end hotels. They always have photo’s of the bathrooms. Elegant, yet very low maintenance. It’s a good place to get ideas, if nothing else.