Accessible Bathroom Design
Beginning the process of planning your new bathroom renovation may seem daunting at first – but it’s simple! Just answer these easy questions to narrow down your needs and ideas and you’ll be ready to start your ideal bathroom design at the Metropolitan Bath and Tile Showroom nearest you. Bathroom Remodeling/Renovation Questionnaire Where is the […]
When you choose Metropolitan Bath and Tile you work with talented bathroom designers who will create a look that will always exceed your expectations- whether it’s a partial update or a full remodeling. Your tile, cabinets and tub/shower are the major choices you’ll be making but be sure to consider all the possibilities during the […]
If you feel you need a peaceful sanctuary to slow down in, Metropolitan Bath and Tile recommends the luxury bath. Add the fact that with an aging population and most people’s default choice will be to “age in place”, it makes perfect sense that the bathroom is the first place they want to improve – with space, efficiency, and functionality.
Metropolitan Bath and Tile want to know: Is “bathroom makeover” on your list of home improvement to-do’s this year? Whether you’re planning a full bathroom renovation or just a few stylish updates, here’s what the best-dressed baths will be wearing now -The Natural Look. (The bathroom “trend” that will still look stylish for the next decade […]
When you remodel your bathroom with Metropolitan Bath and Tile you can’t go wrong. You’ll be working with the #1 bathroom remodeler in the US and improving your daily living routine and your home’s value. How to make it pay off the most? CNN Money says the Return on Investment for 2011-12 (ROI) is 102% for […]
Do you need special features for your new bathroom remodeling that will make it more accessible?
Metropolitan Bath and Tile can maximize your bathroom design with accessible features that can accommodate seniors who need a higher level of safety, a child with physical disabilities who needs wheelchair accessibility – or you just may be an astute homeowner who wants to stay independent in your home as long as possible and wants a quality bathroom that will address safety and possible mobility issues for years to come.