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A Cure For The Common Cold

Posted by Krista Payne on Dec 14, 2010 6:49:15 AM

It’s that time of year again when everyone begins to experience stuffy noses and scratchy throats. The sneezing, coughing and even fever and headache that accompany the common cold can bring anyone down.

To beat the blues of the common cold, we recommend taking a long hot soak. A bath soak is relaxing and can provide stress relief, alleviate sleeping problems, and even lower blood pressure. Hydrotherapy or balenotherapy, is the use of water in various states and temperatures to maintain health and promote healing. Immersing yourself in warm water calms your internal organs and endocrine system because it stimulates the nerves on the spinal cord.

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Topics: Health & Wellness, Featured

Give The Gift Of A Copper Sink

Posted by Krista Payne on Dec 7, 2010 2:10:59 AM

The Virginian Pilot named Diamond Spas’ new copper trough-skirted double sink as one of the top home gifts for 2010. And while we have to agree that a sink is a slightly nontraditional choice for gift, but it does make a great gift for our stylish and trendy friends. No matter where you look more and more bathroom showrooms are using trough-skirted and vessel sinks that are raised above the counter top. Plus copper is a sustainable and strong material that when cleaned regularly, its antibacterial properties can kill more than 99.9% of the following bacteria within 2 hours of exposure.

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Topics: Featured, Design Inspirations

Bring The Spa Home With Japanese Style Soaking Tubs

Posted by Krista Payne on Nov 30, 2010 2:39:49 AM

As we have said before more and more people are opting to create a luxurious settings of their own with spa style bathrooms. One popular style is to incorporate a Japanese aesthetic with the use of soaking tubs and minimalist design elements.

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Topics: Featured, Design Inspirations

Designing A Powder Room

Posted by Krista Payne on Nov 18, 2010 7:02:57 AM

The early Victorians called the small bathroom a powder room because it provided a place for women to remove the shine from (or powder) their noses. Today we mostly call them half baths. No matter what you call it the powder room can be the most challenging room in the house to decorate, but is can also be the one of the most fun designs in a house too.

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Topics: Featured, Design Inspirations

Diamond Spas' Stainless Steel Baths In K+BB

Posted by Krista Payne on Nov 4, 2010 7:06:04 AM

In a recent news feature in the K+BB Online Magazine titled "Cool Runnings: Stainless-steel bathroom products to help you chill in style", Diamond Spas’ stainless steel baths and sinks where featured as a few of the “ultra-sleek products” that will make any bathroom shine.

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Topics: Press & Media, Featured

Comfy and Cozy Stainless Steel Kitchens

Posted by Krista Payne on Nov 2, 2010 3:14:48 AM

Who says kitchens with stainless steel have to be sterile and cold? Stainless steel sinks, hoods, counter tops and other design accessories can be comfortable and cozy and are most certainly not exclusive to modern kitchens. These kitchens are well lived-in spaces and make great family gathering places and prep kitchens. Check out these kitchens ranging in styles from traditional to modern.

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Topics: Featured

Stylish & Relaxing Soaking Baths

Posted by Krista Payne on Oct 26, 2010 3:43:03 AM

It would appear that more and more homeowners are opting to have walk-in showers instead of traditional bathtubs, but a shower can not replace the healing and the relaxing properties of a long soak in a tub. Which is why many of those same homeowners are trading in their traditional corner or freestanding porcelain tubs for deep soaking baths. The deep soaking baths allow the users to sink their whole body into the bath, and unwind either in a reclined or upright position.

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Topics: Featured, Design Inspirations

Enjoy The Spa Experience At Home

Posted by Krista Payne on Oct 14, 2010 8:52:06 AM

With all of the resources and technology available today, more and more homeowners are opting to indulge in the spa experience from the comfort and privacy of their own bathroom. With the help of Elle Décor and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) we examined new products and design ideas to develop tips to help you transform your ordinary bathroom into an extraordinary luxury spa.

  • When it comes to soaking up the spa experience, Elle Décor recommends using freestanding tubs, because they free up floor space for a beautiful piece of furniture or a towel rack.
  • Consider adding air jets to the tub, unlike traditional targeted water spas, newer jets have a range of sensations from delicate fingers to a more intense rushing mountain stream sensation.
  • Find a show that will simulate the spas experience – Steam showers relax tired muscles, energize the body and invigorates the mind.
  • The NKBA suggests adding design elements like, “vessel sinks, LED lighting for ceiling, walls, and even floors, take your personal spa to a higher level. With so many choices and options, homeowners often have difficulty in deciding what products to choose. That’s where a professional designer comes in. They have access to a wider variety of designs that can simplify your research and guide you through the process.”
  • Go beyond the basic candles, oils and pick up a showerhead that allows you to add essential oils for aromatherapy.
  • Lastly enhance your experience with music - purchasing a water proof speak to place in or near your shower or tub.
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Topics: Featured, Design Inspirations

Old World Kitchen Styles

Posted by Krista Payne on Oct 6, 2010 2:54:37 AM

After reviewing the results of our most recent poll, we found that many more people prefer the looks of an “old world” style kitchen to the aesthetics of a traditional or contemporary kitchen. An Old World style kitchen design is inspired by old European estates and will typically incorporate classic furniture with face-framed cabinets and in-set doors.

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Topics: Featured, Design Inspirations

Diamond Spas' Stainless Steel Shower Pans

Posted by Krista Payne on Sep 28, 2010 2:20:57 AM

With the ever changing interior design world, bathrooms are becoming more and more elaborate. Flip through any design magazine you’ll find natural stone, mosaic, decorative glass tiles, surrounding all types of showers. Whether it is a large open shower or a small shower surround by glass doors or a curtain adding a durable stainless steel shower pan adds a “dash of class” to any bathroom!

Shower with diamond spas' stainless steel shower pan

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Topics: Featured, Design Inspirations

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