Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Designer Bath orange ...

Kallista // Northshore Magazine, May/June 2013

Have you seen any of our recent ads? When deciding which photographs to feature, I have to admit that the product images that have pops of orange always get my attention. Combined with shades of gray and we are in business!

Zucchetti Jingle lav faucet // Boston Globe Magazine
Style Issue, Spring 2013 

Brizo pot filler // Boston Home Magazine, Spring 2013

Some images are chosen because they are fun ...

Grohe Singing in the Shower Guy // Design New England, March/April 2013

Or because they are gorgeous ...

Kallista // New England Home Magazine, March/April 2013

Sometimes the pictures help our customers imagine how their baths could look ...

Runtal towel warmer // Boston Globe Magazine, April 21, 2013
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And some images are chosen to get attention ...

Have you seen this guy on TV lately? Channel 5? HGTV? Bravo?

Seriously, who can resist a cute little puppy? If you prefer adorable babies, we have one of those, too, in our new TV spot. Check it out here. We all love to share pretty pictures (follow us on Pinterest to see more), but at Designer Bath and Salem Plumbing Supply we also love water, and we care about how our customers experience water on a daily basis.

Hansgrohe faucets //

The products in our showroom are chosen because we can stand with confidence behind their excellent quality. Some say it’s the little things in life that really matter, and we agree. Paying attention to detail, providing the best possible customer service, and offering beautifully manufactured products that are a pleasure to use. Morning, noon, and night. 

Next time you visit our showroom, let us know where you have seen us. We would love to get some feedback on whether our “pops of orange” campaign is getting your attention!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Bath Therapy

photo courtesy: MTI Baths

This past week, three of our showroom consultants were hosted for several days by MTI Baths near Atlanta. MTI is well known for its high quality, made in America, custom bath products that range from soaking tubs to air baths to shower bases and more. While MTI has spent decades focusing on the creation of innovative products of the very best quality, they should also be recognized for their company-wide commitment to expressing gratitude. We have made a careful study of happiness and have found that being thankful is just about the best way to attain contentment, their CEO, Katherine Adams, states on their website. They sincerely appreciate their customers and take great strides to take care of their needs and overall satisfaction. This is one of the main reasons we offer this like-minded brand in our showroom.

The Japanese soaking tub pictured in the photo above was in one of the guest rooms at the lodging where our consultants stayed while in Atlanta. There is no doubt that this is luxurious. But besides being beautiful and inviting, it is important to note that an escape to the quiet solitude of a warm bath (no matter what size tub it is) can also lift the human spirit, providing serenity and “a haven to renew and refresh the body and mind. Air bath therapy produces the effect of well-being throughout the whole body. It relaxes the muscles while stimulating the production of our natural analgesic hormones know as endorphins.

– A Salute to Japanese Bathing, MTI website

While some might rely on multiple shower jets to wash away their cares of the day, there are times when a long, quiet soak in a warm bath can soothe the nerves and perhaps provide a bit of momentary comfort and peace. Go ahead, take a time out. You certainly deserve it.

This post is dedicated to first responders, samaritans, medical professionals, civic leaders and law enforcement agents in and around the city of Boston. We thank you.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Our Passport to Design Winner!

Passport to Design $20,000 Home Makeover Sweepstakes winner Scott Goodby
with the Passport to Design showroom partners at Landry and Arcari in Salem.

photo courtesy: Boston Magazine

We are excited to announce the winner of the Passport to Design Home Makeover Sweepstakes: Scott Goodby. Scott’s name was drawn by Boston Magazine as the winner of the $20,000 prize which includes gift certificates totaling $20,000 from the five participating showrooms: Designer Bath, Circle Furniture, Tile by Design, Lucia Lighting and Design, and Landry and Arcari Oriental Rugs and Carpeting. Scott will be able to shop at each of the five showrooms and choose items to “make-over his home.

Over the course of the Boston Magazine sponsored promotion period (which began in October of 2012 and ended in mid-March of 2013) homeowners, design professionals and design enthusiasts were invited to attend a series of five seminars, one at each of the participating showrooms, to learn the latest home design trends.

Wilson Kelsey designed master bath // photo courtesy: Sally Wilson

Seminars began at our Designer Bath showroom with a presentation titled From Studs to Stunning” where guests learned trade secrets to designing the bath of their dreams. Other seminars: Circle Furniture presented the latest fabric and color trends at their Cambridge showroom, Lucia Lighting and Designs three-story Lynn showroom illuminated the newest and brightest lighting technologies on the market, Tile by Design presented expert tips for creating a masterful backsplash, and Landry and Arcari shared a wealth of information on choosing the perfect carpet. For a recap of these seminars, visit our Passport update page.

January 2013 // Bloggers Passport to Design Showroom Tour

Local design bloggers were also invited on a special one-day tour of five of the showrooms located on the North Shore. Each blogger posted, tweeted and instagrammed what they saw and loved at the Passport to Design showrooms. For links to each of their posts – and to check out their “favorite faucets” seen here at Designer Bath – click here. 

At Designer Bath, we have enjoyed sharing our showroom with many new visitors over the last six months.We sincerely look forward to assisting new and existing customers with their future home-makeover projects. If you have never been to our Beverly showroom, feel free to stop by anytime (or call ahead to schedule an appointment) and one of our showroom consultants would be happy to give you a tour!

While you are in the area, consider visiting one of our Passport to Design partners. We have a lot of great design resources here on the North Shore that make shopping for a home design project a successful and enjoyable experience.

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