Luxurious, spa-like bathrooms are growing in popularity and are the perfect space in which to add a touch of elegance. Incorporating elements such as tiled floors, decorative backsplashes, multiple showerheads and freestanding tubs along with fixtures in luxe finishes like polished stainless steel, matte black stainless and champagne can elevate the look of any bathroom space and create a welcoming retreat. Check out some popular bathroom trends!
Linear drains are particularly well suited to more modern bathrooms, including curbless, open plan showers. Not only are these sleek, clean-lined drains aesthetically appealing – creating a seamless, contemporary look – but they are also versatile since they can be located almost anywhere within the shower area.
House Plan 1564 has been named The Virgil and is now available!
The Virgil: House Plan 1564
This simple, modern farmhouse offers a board-and-batten exterior and large windows. The floor plan is impressive, given the square footage, with a spacious island kitchen, breakfast nook, and dining space. The great room with fireplace opens to a screened porch with skylights. Skylights are also found in the master bathroom and sun tunnels are in the master closet and utility room, which happen to be connected. Two additional bedrooms and a bonus room complete this thoughtful design.
It’s important to protect your family with properly placed and installed smoke alarms. Remember, smoke alarms are only designed to last 7-10 years. If yours are over 10 years old, it’s time to replace!
Help increase awareness in your community about the life-saving benefits of smoke alarms.
Statistics to share
Three out of five home fire deaths result from fires in properties without working smoke alarms
More than one-third (37 percent) of home fire deaths result from fires in which no smoke alarms are present.
The risk of dying in a home fire is cut in half in homes with working smoke alarms.
Over the front door of this small house plan, a transom floods the foyer with natural light, and the absence of two walls in the dining room give an airy feeling to the common rooms. The vaulted master bedroom features his-and-hers walk-in closets and a luxurious bath with separate tub and shower. Porches front and rear maximize outdoor living space.
Exterior finishes and drywall of The Prairiefield house plan 1069: