DécorPlanet is pleased to announce a new way for customers to purchase luxury bathroom furniture and accessories – a DécorPlanet credit card from GE Capital Home. This new payment option will provide customers flexible purchasing power on the high quality products and services offered at DécorPlanet.com’s three New York showrooms.
DécorPlanet is partnering with GE Capital Home based on that company’s 75 years of proven service in the financial industry. As one of the nation’s most successful consumer finance lenders, GE Capital is able to offer the flexible terms DécorPlanet customer’s demand of an in-store credit card.
This partnership will provide eligible DécorPlanet customers with special financing options including deferred interest promotions such as 0% APR for 6 months and 0% APR 12 months.* Full information about promotional rates can be found in the literature accompanying your card.
The DécorPlanet credit card can be applied for in-store, and the approval process takes only a few minutes. Once approved, customers are provided with a card number for immediate purchases**. The physical card from GE Financing will arrive in the mail within 7 to 10 days.
DécorPlanet specializes in selling luxurious home and bathroom products at discount prices. With a strong online presence and showrooms in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Staten Island, NY, DécorPlanet strives to provide home and business owners with the widest variety of quality bathroom furnitures and accessories.
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A mini-penthouse in New York’s desirable Murray Hill
neighborhood doesn’t always demand the attention of a star realtor – but with
the help of DécorPlanet, one of our customers was able to completely update his
bathroom, ultimately catching the eye of Fredrik Eklund, star of Bravo TV’s Million Dollar Listing New York.
Eklund’s listing for this sophisticated home boasted its
“spa bathroom,” complete with Jacuzzi and separate marble shower. The inviting
look and exquisite features of this bathroom were made entirely possible by
products purchased from DécorPlanet.com, enabling us to help increase the value
of the property and produce a look and feel that encouraged immediate sale.
The bathroom was updated to included fixtures such as:
The Robern Uplift Medicine Vabinet and Fresca Modello Bathroom Vanity
serve to provide style and enhanced storage in this smaller bathroom, allowing
for optimal space conservation and function. As with the fixtures anchoring
this modern masterpiece of a bathroom, vanity, sink, and medicine cabinet were
selected from the impressive collection at DécorPlanet.com.
Creating Your Perfect
Space At DécorPlanet.com we take satisfaction from providing our customers with
the widest selection of high-quality bathroom fixtures and accessories at the
lowest prices online. No matter if you are redesigning a sophisticated New York
penthouse or updating a polished antique décor, we have the selection you need
to make your space your own. And with our dedication to customer satisfaction
and price-match guarantee, you can shop with confidence, knowing we’re here to
help ensure your ultimate satisfaction.
We can’t guarantee your home will be featured on TV or sold
by a realtor with a dedicated following, but we can guarantee the unmatched
quality and customer care you deserve when creating your perfect space.
Whether you have moved into a
new home, are trying to sell your home, or just want to update your bathroom,
the idea of renovation can seem overwhelming. This is especially so when you
don’t have the financial means to completely gut the bathroom and start from
scratch. However, there are many things you can do to your bathroom to improve
both its quality and its look that will not break the bank.
Renovation Ideas for a Small Bathroom
Small bathrooms, or half-baths,
can still cost a lot of money to renovate if you aren’t careful. Replacing
sinks, vanities, and toilets, as well as lighting, might create headaches and
stretch your budget to the breaking point before everything is done. Unless
appliances need to be replaced for functionality, small bathrooms can be
improved through simple cosmetic fixes. These might include:
Replacing a shower curtain with a shower door
Updating tile type or colors
Putting in molding
Repairing window treatments
Updating handles and hinges
Repainting the bathroom
Even with these ideas, you
might be tempted to do some things others would consider going overboard.
Because the space is smaller, keep your color palate limited to only a couple
colors, use smaller lighting fixtures, and consider the space as a whole.
Mirrors and Vanities
Like the rest of the house,
bathroom styles that were en vogue 15 years ago may seem dated now. Vanities
and mirrors are no exception to this, but can be replaced for less than you
might think. It is common practice for people who flip homes to install things
cheaply, especially in bathrooms, and maybe you’ll need to spend a little bit
more than what the seller installed. But the end result will look and last
longer than it might otherwise if you didn’t replace it at all.
Space in bathrooms, especially
small bathrooms, is a premium. If possible, replacing a surface medicine
cabinet with a recessed medicine cabinet can give the room a little more space.
Many vanities have space beneath them for storing items you need, but if this
is not enough, you can add shelving to one of the walls at very little cost.
Vanities come in many styles
and it’s possible you’ll have more trouble finding one that fits your
particular aesthetic than you will find one that fits within your budget. Some
bathrooms may even benefit from the removal of the vanity. A simple pedestal
basin with shelving on the walls can work for many small spaces.
Every Detail Counts
If you’re considering
renovating your bathroom, it’s easy to overlook the smaller things and focus
only on the areas that are more obvious. Showers and baths, toilets, and sinks
certainly stick out, and they’re a necessary part of larger bathrooms, but so
too are things like lighting, faucets, and hinges.
If you’re on a budget, consider
tackling larger and more expensive ticket items later. Although it seems ideal,
you don’t have to complete everything at once. Focus on changing out faucets,
especially if they’re older. Wear and tear and hard water mineralization may
force a replacement, even if their style still appeals to you. Hinges and
handles can be updated to give your bathroom that one missing detail that
Lighting is very important in
bathrooms, especially as you prepare for your day. Beyond replacing and
updating fixtures, consider how the light falls in the bathroom. Darker colors
will absorb light, so painting walls with a more vibrant scheme might help
brighten the whole room. Adding tile, or replacing dark tile can do wonders. Mirrors
can help reflect light back, as well. If you have one light above your medicine
cabinet, you can replace it with two or three light brackets.
You can do a lot in your
bathroom for a few hundred dollars. Looking around on the internet for deals on
items you are interested in, local hardware stores, and more can give you some
idea of what can be done in your bathroom when you’re on a budget. Repurposing
and resourcing materials that are already in your bathroom or around your house
might give you further means to create something worthwhile. In the end, you
shouldn’t look at a tight budget as a problem, but as an opportunity and a