Thursday, July 22, 2021

7 Things You Never Knew About Ceiling Fans

Modern ceiling fan in the bedroom.

You already know that ceiling fans are a must for keeping your home comfortable. But they have a few secrets too. When you know their secrets, you can make the most of your ceiling fans. From increasing your heating and cooling efficiency to getting maximum air circulation, here are seven things you may not know about your ceiling fans.

#1 Ceiling Fans Can Increase Heating/Cooling Efficiency

Ceiling fans do more than provide a little airflow on a hot day. Did you know that you can change the direction your fan turns? When it turns clockwise, it pushes air down. When it turns counterclockwise, it draws air up. Why is this important? Hot air rises so depending on which season it is, you’ll want the hot air to be directed differently.

Setting your ceiling fan for summer vs winter is a matter of logic. When that hot air rises in the summer, you’ll want to push it down to blend it with cooler air and maintain a more consistently cool temperature. In the winter, you don’t want all that hot air at the ceiling; you want it down by your cold toes. Set your ceiling fan direction for summer vs winter like this: 

Summer = Counterclockwise

Winter = Clockwise

#2 Ceiling Fans Can Be Virtually Silent

Have you ever laid awake at night and instead of counting sheep you listen to the hum of the fan above your bed? Did you know there are whisper quiet ceiling fans? They can be practically undetectable (although the airflow is a dead giveaway). 

Quiet ceiling fans are all about technology. Look for a fan with an oil bath motor. These are pretty heavy and require an oil check every 1-5 years. However, they are top notch ceiling fans. Another option is a flywheel motor. It is an AC motor with flywheel discs that absorb shock and that means a quieter ceiling fan. On the flip side, a DC motor has a higher torque and better control. They are lightweight and very quiet.

Ceiling fans with eight blades.

#3 The Number of Fan Blades Is Not Just About Style

Did you know that the number of blades your ceiling fan has is mostly about performance? Ceiling fans generally come in 3, 4, or 5 blades, though occasionally you’ll see fans with more or less. If you want a gentle breeze, look for more blades. If you want more of a wind chill effect, look for fewer blades. 

The fewer the blades, the less drag there is. The less drag, the faster the blades can spin creating more airflow. Ceiling fans with 2 or 3 blades really move the air around and make their presence known. Fans with 4 or 5 (or more) blades have a gentler airflow. They also tend to be quieter.

 #4 The Pitch of the Blades Has a Huge Impact on Performance

The fan blades determine how much air gets circulated through the room. Did you know that the angle (or pitch) that the blades sit at and the shape of the blades can change airflow dramatically? Fan blades between 12-15 degrees will move the most air. Anything less than that won’t be enough and more than that will be too much. 

Balance is the bottom line when it comes to ceiling fans. If the angles of each blade don’t match, the fan will wobble, which can cause inefficiency and even damage. Fan blades also have to weigh exactly the same or you’ll get a wobble. Ceiling fans must be precise. If they’re not, they’ll be noisy and completely dysfunctional.

Angled fan blades on a ceiling fan.

#5 Shape & Size of the Blade Can Impact Your Electric Bill

Did you know that the shape and size of the blades significantly change how much air circulates and therefore can influence how much electricity it takes to create airflow in your room? Blades that are extra long or wide, ironically, move less air than a moderately sized blade if the motor doesn't have the right level of power. Same goes for narrower and shorter blades. The motor needs to match the size of the blade. 

Most fan blades are a sort of rectangular shape with tapered or rounded ends. You’ll also see some alternative shapes that tout higher energy efficiency and better air circulation. These often look like plane propeller blades. Do they work better? Maybe. But for the purposes of your home, standard blades get the job done just as well.

#6 Different Ceiling Heights Require Different Installation

Depending on the height of your ceiling, you may have to install your ceiling fan differently. Did you know that airflow is impacted by the distance between the fan and the floor/ceiling? There are two rules of thumb when it comes to how to hang your ceiling fan. A fan that is 10-12 inches from the ceiling does the best job with air circulation. However, if the ceilings aren’t standard height, everything changes. 

The better rule to go by states that a ceiling fan should be 8-9 feet from the floor. If you have vaulted ceilings or extra tall ceilings, your fan will work best when hung from a downrod. If you have lower ceilings, you may need to consider a fan designed to be closer to the ceiling, called a flush mount, low profile, or hugger fan.

Traditional fan in a bedroom.

#7 A Bigger Room Doesn’t Always Need a Bigger Fan

You might think that a bigger room needs a bigger fan and that’s usually true. Did you know that the shape of the room is the determining factor for the size of the fan? In general, you can only feel the airflow of a ceiling fan if you stand no more than two feet outside its radius. Mathematically, a ceiling fan works best in a square room. If you have a square room you can scale the fan up in size the larger the room gets. 

8 x 8 foot room needs a 30 inch diameter fan or smaller

9 x 9 foot room needs a 41 to 50 inch diameter fan

12 x 12 foot room needs a 51 to 60 inch diameter fan

16 x 16 or larger foot room needs a 61 to 70 inch diameter fan

If your room is rectangular, a bigger fan’s effectiveness will be limited. In long rooms, it’s often better to use multiple fans spread equally across the room. Split the room’s measurements into two equal squares then buy the right diameter fan for each of the squares.

Whether you wonder about the ceiling fan direction in the winter vs the summer or you’re not sure about which ceiling fans move the most air, we hope these ceiling fan facts help make your decisions easier.

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Friday, July 16, 2021

Summer Wedding Gift Guide For the DIY Couple

Summer wedding gift guide.

Forget china and kitchen appliances. This is a wedding gift guide like no other. Sure, kitchen appliances are important for setting up house together, but have you ever considered a gift of a different kind? A gift for home renovation? A gift for the DIY couple?

If the couple you’re shopping for have some updating to do on their home, this is the perfect wedding gift guide for you. Here are some ideas for gifts that the happy couple can appreciate. 

A towel warmer hung on the bathroom wall.

Bathroom Gifts

We spend a lot of time in the bathroom. We’re in there multiple times every day. We start and end our day there. Gifts for the bathroom help the couple create an environment they can enjoy for years to come.


Whether the couple is used to sharing their space or not, who wouldn’t welcome a little more mirror real estate? 

A mirror medicine cabinet that features lighting both inside and out, USB outlet, defogger, and a digital clock is a sure winner. Try a more streamlined frameless mirror that has Bluetooth audio. Or go for something smaller and simpler with a modern flair, especially good for smaller bathrooms.

Shelves & Linen Cabinets

Adding some storage to the bathroom boosts organization and makes way for two people to share the space. Freestanding linen cabinets offer a good amount of storage space. Doors can be closed for an instantly tidy appearance. Wall mounted cabinets have the same functionality on a smaller scale.

Freestanding or wall mounted shelves add storage and offer a bit of sleek modern style to the room. Shelves can go anywhere from the corner of the shower to the side of the vanity for easy access. 

Bath Accessories

Bathroom accessories may already be on the couple’s registry, but there may be a few items they didn’t think to add. For instance, towel bars and rings, shower caddies, and soap dispensers. A wonderful gift that we guarantee no one else thought of is a towel warmer. It’s a luxury the couple will enjoy all winter long.

Circular lighted mirror in a white bathroom.

Lighting Gifts

It’s something a new home can always use more of. Lighting can help the happy couple turn the house into a home. Smallish lighting (think lamps, pendants, and sconces) makes a great gift because it’s flexible and mobile. That kind of flexibility allows them to take the light to where they need it most. 

Wall Mounted Lights

Consider wall mounted sconces or swing arm lighting. They are great for adding accessible lighting in the living room or bedroom. They are easy to install and add a touch of atmosphere, killing two birds with one stone. 


Traditional freestanding table or floor lamps, especially in sets, make some of the best housewarming gifts. Go with neutral colors and designs that fit with most styles. Unless, of course, you know the couple’s tastes. Then you can select something that fits their aesthetic. 

Utensil drawer organizer in the kitchen drawer.

Kitchen Gifts

Traditional gifts for the kitchen like crockpots and knives are all well and good, but this wedding gift guide thinks outside the norm for gifts that spruce up the kitchen itself.

Cabinet Knobs & Pulls

 Little details can go a long way to changing the look and feel of an outdated kitchen. If the happy couple has a less-than-ideal kitchen, new knobs may be just the ticket. They come in all sorts of styles and can transform a boring cabinet into a statement piece. 

Same goes for cabinet pulls. Though a different style entirely, pulls can dress up a kitchen with one simple and easy-to-do project.


The happy couple is going to need some kitchen accessories to get all their kitchen utensils organized. Head over to our sister brand, RTA Cabinet Store and check out the drawer organizers, pull-out cabinet drawers, and more.

Dress up the kitchen look and experience with items like trash cans, cutting boards, and garbage disposals. Even something as utilitarian as sink drains and strainers are a necessity that no one will think to gift the couple. 

Wedding season is in full swing. Give a gift that the DIY couple can use to update their home together. For more gift guides, check out what we recommend for dads.

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Thursday, July 8, 2021

8 Top Sink Brands

Best Kitchen Sink Brands for Your Consideration

These beautiful sinks not only represent the best in the industry, they represent the ingenuity and quality associated with the top sink brands. Start your search with these stand-out sinks and you’ll be sure to find your perfect match.

Franke kitchen sink


From classic to modern, you’ll find a stylish sink with Franke. Each detail is composed with exquisite craftsmanship. Designed with you in mind right down to how you’ll clean the sink.

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Kraus kitchen sink


How do you find the perfect kitchen sink? Kraus offers a range of options from farmhouse to enameled and kitchen to bar so you can pick the one that completes your design.

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Elkay kitchen sink


Since the sink is the center of all the action, Elkay creates options designed to maximize workspace in the kitchen. Available in stainless, quartz, Fireclay and more. It’s quality and engineering that makes these one of the top sinks brands.

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La Toscana kitchen sink

La Toscana

Distinctive kitchen sinks by La Toscana offer the penultimate of simplicity and style. Heavily influenced by Italian ingenuity and style, these sinks won’t disappoint. Available in farmhouse, single, and double styles. Look for these in granite and ceramic.

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Native Trails kitchen sink

Native Trails

With a combination of age-old artisan tradition and modern, sustainable materials, these sophisticated sinks are perfect for adding character to your kitchen. Available in concrete and hand-hammered copper.

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Premium Copper kitchen sink

Premier Copper Products

Rustic yet elegant, these copper sinks introduce an enduring aesthetic that centers any kitchen design. Go with simple or opt for a highly detailed design to set your kitchen apart.

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ROHL kitchen sink


Inspired by Western European small village craftsmanship, these sinks offer authentic luxury. Simple but effective design and utility make these a part of the top sink brands. Available in stainless steel and Fireclay.


Moen kitchen sink


Known first for their faucets, take a look at Moen’s sinks as well. There’s a sink for every need and style. Take a closer look at these top sinks. Available in stainless and Fireclay with multiple configurations.

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These best kitchen sink brands are the place to start to find the sink that will ground your design in style and functionality. Get started shopping for yours today. 

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Thursday, July 1, 2021

18 DecorPlanet Brands Made in the USA

 Americans love buying American! In fact, 62% of Americans say they prefer to buy products made in the USA. And 20% said they’d pay a higher price to get products made in the USA. Why do we love to buy made in the USA so much? It’s more than just patriotism. It’s more than supporting the economy. At its root, it’s part of the independence that defines us. 

We know American-made products are important to you. We’ve compiled a list of some of our brands that are made in the USA or offer products made in the USA. 

Delta bathroom faucet


Delta Faucet Company is headquartered in Indianapolis and has American manufacturing facilities in Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan, and Kentucky.

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Moen bathroom faucet


Moen was founded by Al Moen of Seattle, who invented the single-handle faucet. The company is headquartered today in Ohio.

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Brizo bathroom faucet


Brizo offers distinctive designs that don’t just complete rooms, but inspire spaces. Bonus: they are based in Indiana and most of their products are manufactured and assembled in the United States.

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Phylrich faucet


Phylrich, headquartered in Southern California, brought their manufacturing back to the U.S. They now keep design, engineering, manufacturing, and finishing in America and are passionate about American craftsmanship in all their products.

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Bathroom faucet by California Faucets

California Faucets

California Faucets believes in artisan, hand-finished, custom-assembled products. Faucets are designed, engineered, and finished in their Huntington Beach factory. 

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Copper sink and faucet by Elkay


American-owned and operated for over 90 years, Elkay delivers high-quality sinks and more. Many of their stainless steel sinks are made in the USA and comply with the Buy American Act. 

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Franke kitchen sink


Franke hails from Switzerland but many of their sink accessories are made in the USA. That kind of branching out while still maintaining their roots is what has allowed them to be in business for over 100 years. 

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TOTO rain showerhead


Known for Japanese design and technology, TOTO manufactures many of the products that are popular in America right here in the USA. 


Bathroom sink by Native Trails

Native Trails

Native Trails produces luxury sinks, tubs, and vanities with skilled craftspeople around the world, including the USA. Look for some of their best coming right out of American workshops. 

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Gerber bathroom faucet


Founded by a Polish immigrant, Gerber has been making dependable products since 1932. In 2013, the company brought some of its manufacturing back to the U.S. Now you can find beautiful fixtures by Gerber made in the USA right here at DecorPlanet.  

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Showerhead by Robern


Headquartered in the U.S., Robern was founded in 1968. These vanities offer products designed and assembled in Bristol, Pennsylvania.

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Medicine cabinet mirror by Afina


Luxurious bathroom mirrors and medicine cabinets manufactured in the U.S. by Afina offer a diverse portfolio of products to love.

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Aquatic clawfoot bathtub


Aquatic bath products are made in America yet they set the benchmark for the worldwide industry. Find a stunning variety of bathtubs with plenty of customizable features. 

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Bathroom sink by Design Element

Design Element

Manufacturing beautiful bathroom vanities from their headquarters in Rancho Cucamonga, California, Design Element prides itself on the skilled craftsmanship reflected in their products. 

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Vanity by Cambridge Plumbing

Cambridge Plumbing

Supplier of clawfoot tubs and vanities, Cambridge Plumbing offers classic and contemporary styling to enhance bathroom design. Plus many models are made in the USA!

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Vanity by Hardware Resources

Hardware Resources

Hardware Resources is the fastest growing manufacturer of cabinet hardware in the U.S. DecorPlanet carries many furniture-style vanities made in America with the highest standards of service and responsibility in the industry.

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Kitchen sink by Kraus


Channeling the luxury of European design, Kraus is headquartered in New York. DecorPlanet offers a selection of stylish sinks made in the USA.

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Vanity by Sagehill Designs

Sagehill Designs

Sagehill’s passion for details helps you create a personalized bathroom with vanities and mirrors made in the USA. Enjoy modern and classic styles with outstanding craftsmanship. Based in New Jersey.

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Bathtub by American Standard

American Standard  

Always raising the bar, American Standard builds ambition and commitment into each product. DecorPlanet carries a selection of bathtubs made by the New Jersey-based company.

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Mirrors by Aptations


Aptations world-class products provide plenty of innovative choices that create distinctive bathroom designs. The bold mirror designs made in the USA set apart bathroom spaces with both wall-mounted and vanity mirrors.

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Shop these and many more products made in the USA. Take advantage of our 110% price match guarantee today.

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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Three Rules of Outdoor Lighting for The Deck & Beyond

You have probably heard about the rules for successful indoor lighting: using a mix of ambient, task, and accent lighting. But do you know about the rules of outdoor lighting for a deck and beyond? Lighting in the great outdoors has three similar categories: basic, safety/security, and atmosphere. As you think about what needs illuminating in your outdoor environment, keep these categories in mind and you’ll end up with a well-lit space. 

From outdoor lighting for a deck to landscape lighting, here are some ideas to get you started.

Lighted garden pathway with bollard lights.

Rule #1 Start with Basic Outdoor Lighting

Start with the spaces that need basic lighting like your dining area or outdoor kitchen. These areas need ambient lighting that sheds lots of light around a large space. 

Flood Lights

Flood lights are champs at illuminating large areas with a high level of brightness and a large range of coverage. They are generally attached to the house and can easily be turned on and off with a switch. 


Spotlights are the smaller but equally as powerful sister of flood lights. They shed light over large to medium spaces and can be used for lighting up areas where you need plenty of light but might not be right next to the house. 

Spotlights can also be used to highlight areas of the landscape you want to draw attention to like a formidable tree or yard sculpture. 

Outdoor Chandeliers & Lamps

Bring all the comforts of the indoors outside with large-scale lighting over the dining area. Exterior-grade chandeliers or pendant lights over the picnic table takes the whole space up a notch. 

Outdoor lamps have the same effect. Built to withstand the elements, these lamps shed some light on a smaller scale and create a cozy atmosphere while increasing the total illumination.

Step lighting on a deck provides a safer environment in the dark.

Rule #2 Don’t Forget Outdoor Lighting for Safety & Security

Next consider areas that might pose a risk in the dark, like steps, edges, or corners. These need some lighting to keep you and your guests safe as you move around your outdoor space. This kind of lighting is direct light exactly where you need it. It won’t disturb the neighbors (like flood lights might) and can be left on all the time. 

In fact, it’s a good idea to keep some of this type of lighting on every night for security purposes. The more lighting you have in your outdoor space, the more you’ll deter intruders and critters. 


In simple terms, up lights are medium-sized lights that direct light upward. Downlights point the light down. Both are used to increase more direct light where it’s needed most. They are used to great effect against a house or fence where they boost overall security. Get creative with your up and downlights to make mood lighting as well. 

Use spotlights or in-floor/in-ground recessed lighting to point light up. Employ landscape lights with hoods or side-mount deck lights to point light down.

Step Lights & More

The most important outdoor lighting for a deck is lighting steps and other areas that may pose a risk in the dark. There are lots of ways to decrease that risk. Deck lighting can be mounted to the sides of railing or posts. Add post cap lights on top of your deck posts or fence posts. 

Light up steps and stairs with lights on the stair risers. These come with louvers so you can direct light downward and keep it out of the eyes. 

A pergola lit with string lights.

Rule #3 You’re Not Done Until You Have Atmosphere Lighting

Atmosphere or mood lighting not only adds light to your overall scheme, but it does it with flair. This is the lighting that adds style and personality to your outdoor space. Whether you add light to the landscape, light a tiki torch, or string up a few Edison bulbs, you create that festive feeling that will make you want to stay in the backyard all summer long.

Bollard & Landscape Lights

Bollard lights are short posts with lights on top. They don’t have a shield or cover and shine light in all directions. They are great for lighting up a path or edging a flower bed. They add plenty of panache and serve to make your area more navigable.

Landscape lights are a broad category. They include anything you can use to enhance your landscape from spotlights to deck lights. It may not be necessary to light up your landscape (nobody’s going to be tiptoeing through your tulips), but they add considerable style and depth to your outdoor space. Those flower beds should add to the ambiance both day and night.

String & Rope Lights

String lights feature bare bulbs on an electrical wire. They are the superhero of outdoor lighting for a deck. You can hang them in any arrangement for either atmosphere or functional light. They are easy to get and are one of the most affordable ways to add some mood. 

The larger Edison bulb types are pricier but offer more light. You can keep it simple and pick up a few extra strands of holiday lights to get the same effect. Consider using colored lights too.

Tape lights are the high-tech sister of string lights. They are LED lights embedded in a flat plastic “tape”. They are easy to conceal and even easier to install. The best part about tape lights is the control you have over them. Get smart tape lights with wifi that you can control from an app on your phone. You can change the color, dim the lights, cycle through different lights, turn them on and off . . . the list goes on.

Decorative Lighting

Add some decorative lighting at eye level to spruce up your outdoor space. Lanterns or candles on the table, tiki torches around the patio, lighted orbs, delicate patterned tin lanterns or even paper lanterns all add mood. 

Did you ever consider that a firepit is technically lighting? Let it figure into your plan too. Small gas firepits come in many shapes, sizes, and styles. There’s one for every outdoor design. 

With so many outdoor lighting ideas for a deck, it’s only a matter of making a plan and getting started. Turn your backyard into a haven you won’t want to leave, especially after the sun goes down.

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Monday, June 14, 2021

The Practical Father’s Day Gift Guide

A dad enjoying a luxurious bathtub.

 He’s always there when the car breaks down. He’s always got a dumb joke up his sleeve. He’s happy to spot you a $20 (or $50) whenever you need it. Dad is worth celebrating but if you are tired of getting him a tie or another golf shirt, then it’s time to think outside the box. If you’re looking for a gift he can really appreciate, one he can use, we have some ideas. 

Robe Hook

A stylish, well-placed robe hook is something Dad can use and appreciate every day. Bathroom robe hooks in brushed nickel are popular and go with most existing hardware and faucets in the bathroom. Select one with clean lines and substantial design for a style your dad will love.

Packing Cubes

They may be ultra practical, but for the traveling Dad, packing cubes allow him to pack more efficiently, and you know how he is about efficiency. These little packages let him pack clothes or other soft items then shrink them down using vacuum air removal or a series of zippers. The result is a compressed cube that frees up space in his suitcase.

A fog-free, lit mirror in a white bathroom.

Fog Free Bathroom Wall Mirrors

If your dad loves a steamy shower or bath, a fog-free mirror may be just what he needs. These aren’t your regular bathroom mirrors. They are heated so moisture won’t condense on them when the bathroom gets steamed-up. You can also find them with built-in LED lighting. Available in all sizes for any bathroom.

Beard Balm

Beards are in, so if you have a hip dad, a beard balm could be just the thing he needs. Beard balms are essentially leave-in conditioners that moisturize, soften, and style a beard. Some types can promote growth. Help your dad keep his beard healthy and looking fabulous.

A heated towel rack in a large bathroom.

Heated Towel Rack - Wall Mounted

A towel warmer is the pinnacle of luxury in the bathroom. Give some of that luxury to Dad with a heated towel rack. Wall mounted versions are pretty much plug and play. You can select either electrically heated or water heated, but electric options heat faster and more efficiently.


We’re not talking about your usual Swiss Army Knife here. Look for a multi-tool that has several knives (straight edge and serrated), pliers, wire cutters, metal/wood files, and screwdrivers. They also come in different finishes like wood or carbon fiber.

A shower spa in a large glass shower.

Shower Spa

It’s a jetted tub, steam room, and rain shower all in one. The shower spa gives Dad all the perks of a spa right in his own bathroom. These aren’t just shower heads, but panels with body jets, pivoting shower arm, adjustable massaging sprays, temperature controls, and more. It’s perfect for a little relaxing hydrotherapy. 

BBQ Grill Tool Set

Every grill master needs a good set of tools. The long handled spatulas, tongs, and specialty tools let your dad do his thing whether he’s grilling burgers or smoking salmon.

Luxury Bathtub

A fancy bathtub is more than just a deep tub with some water jets. These high-tech tubs offer luxuries like air jets, heating zones, acupressure massage, consistent water temperature throughout a bath, electronic controls, even chromatherapy (calming colored lighting).

Car Care Kit

If your dad is a car lover, he’ll enjoy a care kit that helps him clean, polish, and perfect his car. Find a set that includes cleaning products and implements for paint, wheels, bumpers, and interior.

High-Tech Washlet

The washlet offers the experience of a bidet without adding one to the bathroom. All you have to do is replace the toilet seat. These Japanese toilet seats not only wash and dry, but they can also heat the water, light the toilet bowl, and clean/deodorize the toilet. Electronic controls and remote controls allow Dad to get the treatment he wants or even program it for his specifications.

Head Lamp

A head lamp is the perfect gift for the dad who doesn’t stop for anything—even darkness. They come in several types, including hat mounted lights or headband types. Especially fun, is the ball cap light that has lights under the brim.

Game Lighting

Whether your dad likes to spend leisure time playing poker or pool, a little mood lighting makes a great practical gift for Father’s Day. Get billiard lighting or track lighting to go over the pool table. Or try a pendant or sleek chandelier to go over the poker table.

If All Else Fails . . .

If none of the above strike your fancy, you can go somewhat less practical and try an item of the month club. Dad might enjoy a beer, cigar, jerky, jam, sirloin, cheese, bacon, pizza, ice cream, cake, coffee, or even necktie of the month subscription.

Treat your dad to something practical this Father’s Day. Practical gifts keep giving month after month and year after year. They say “I love you, dad” every time he uses them. 

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Friday, June 11, 2021

10 Top Bathroom Vanity Brands

 Visually and functionally, everything in the bathroom revolves around the vanity. It also sets the tone for the bathroom. It can be sleek and modern, elegant and traditional, or somewhere in between. Whatever your future plans for the bathroom, be sure you check out these top 10 bathroom vanity brands and get your bathroom headed in the right direction.

Modern vanity by Fresca sets this bathroom apart.


Fresca believes that the bathroom is the most important room in the house. That is reflected in the quality, durability, and cutting-edge designs they produce. Enhance the beginning and the end of each day with a Fresca vanity.

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Medium white furniture look vanity by James Martin in a white tiled bathroom.

James Martin 

At the forefront of innovation and quality, James Martin is dedicated to achieving the highest quality standards with an emphasis on design and durability. The designs sway toward furniture-look in classic yet fresh colors.

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Sleek, mid-century modern styling in this Avanity vanity.


Avanity’s designs stem from functionality. They respond to what their customers need most: innovative product, compelling design, and quality workmanship. Look for traditional, contemporary, transitional, and Americana detailing in these vanities.

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Simple and rustic, this vanity by Fairmont Designs adds style to this chic bathroom.

Fairmont Designs

Fairmont Designs has been creating products that stir the imagination and bring your home to life for over 30 years. They embrace the gambit of design styles so there is something for everyone. 

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Modern, clean lines define this dark gray vanity by Robern.


A leader in residential storage, Robern pioneered development of the personal vanity with stylish designs, attractive finishes, and innovative features.

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Chevron styled wall mount vanity by Native Trails in a warm wood color.

Native Trails

Luxury living with a positive impact is at the heart of Native Trails products. They work with artisans all over the world to handcraft bathroom products that are not only beautiful but have a small ecological footprint. 

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A simple white vanity with spare styling by Laufen.


A traditional Swiss brand, these vanities reflect a symbiosis of design, quality, and functionality.  They also value water as a precious resource and create products that help preserve natural resources.

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Classic styling in deep blue, this vanity by Hardware Resources is a winner in this white and blue bathroom.

Hardware Resources

Hardware Resources specializes in furniture-style vanities. Their commitment to quality, integrity, and reliability is reflected in their products. Their focus on customer satisfaction makes them unique.

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A curvy, sensual vanity in white gloss by La Toscana makes this bathroom special.

La Toscana

Founded in 1954 by Italian brothers, La Toscana is a world-renowned brand. It is acclaimed for its  fine bathroom tub, sink, and shower faucets.  

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A rustic wood vanity by Ronbow stands out in this sage green bathroom.


Luxury and affordability are at the center of everything Ronbow does. Though the two values seem contradictory, they have found a way to deliver the sleekest modern lines at prices that bring luxury into your grasp.

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Take a look at one of these top bathroom vanity brands and introduce affordable luxury into your bathroom.

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