Choosing a Vanity

The vanity provides a statement piece when entering your bathroom. Since your bathroom is a separate room, you are able to deviate from your typical style. You can use your vanity to help define the space and your image. You have many options available when considering your design such as material, height, size and function. With the many choices available when it comes to choosing a vanity you’re only limited by the size of your bathroom. From simple to ornate, functional to artistic there is literally something for everyone’s taste. Read More...

Design With Texture

When it comes to making a statement for your home color is a common way to go, but if you are looking for an even more dramatic design try adding texture. Texture is a powerful tool for interior design and with this technique you can add an extra dimension that enables a room to satisfy your senses. When designing with texture we are talking about enhancing a smooth surface by incorporating aspects such as a paneled accent wall, rustic wood, tile, metallic finishes and bold patterns that make your room feel complete. Read More...

The Modern Bathroom

Today’s bathrooms aren’t only used as spa like retreats but are easily becoming more of a luxurious space station. These high tech gadgets and devices might just convince you that living in the modern bathroom is the way to go. Take a look at some of the latest products that bring together technology and design to deliver a sense of relaxation. Read More...

Challenges of Small Spaces

Space or lack of it is always a challenging issue. Many owners of older homes and apartments often feel restricted, not seeing the potential of small areas. If opening up the space by taking down walls is not an option there are still many design decisions that can help. With a high prevalence of older, peculiar shaped, homes in New England, Waterware has the experience to help maximize your challenging room. Read More...

Color in Your Home

Pantone is the authority on color and can be a great source for color information for your home. HGTV, Home and Garden Magazine, and many other design sources heavily rely on Pantone colors. The Pantone matching system provides a universal standardization between manufacturers to ensure a consistent, accurate presentation throughout your home. Read More...

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