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Break The Rules Of Design - Atlas Plumbing Says Love Your New Look

Atlas Plumbing  your favoite Dallas plumber, invites you to break the rules of design on the next renovation or remodel project in your home, commercial, or institutional bathroom. Sounds crazy right? While managing a remodel most designers find it can be easy to rely on popular true-isms like “everything has to match” or “fixtures have to be white.” Does it have to be that way? Atlas Plumbing thinks the best answer is No.

Here at Atlas Plumbing our staff and clients are all about the best state of the art technology of providing you with the best plumbing fixtures in Dallas. Faucets, toilets, tubs, showers, shower doors, lavatory sinks, and more are really about your taste, style, and love for design that makes you happy. If you are happy, we are happy. So, why not take a chance...

Truth be told, fixtures and finishes are often the last decisions on the quest to your dream bathroom. What if you don't play by the rules, and really personalize and elevate your space to exactly what you wanted? So, our invitation for consideration is to decide like any other rules, go ahead and cast design rules to the wind. Now the next question is which rules to break.

Dare to be different and ask your very next client working with designers to defy these outdated guidelines and help them create the space they truly desire.

Which Rules To Break:

Everything Has To Match:  Does it really? Consider something different. Most new space designs tend to believe that everything has to match. While defaulting to one style might make the process easier to make selections that enhance what you love, remember that there are so many other options and combinations that can be beautiful and really elevate your space. We are discussing everything from cast iron sinks to gold faucets. Don't be afraid to change things up.

“Many people feel they need to match their plumbing fixtures throughout the house,” explained Carla Aston of Designed With Carla Aston in Texas. “That definitely is not true. I like for each bathroom to sort of have its own identity.

According to Aston, carrying the same fixtures and finishes from one room to the next is not necessary, which means you can incorporate different elements throughout your house. You can experiment with mixing metals and bold colors to create a design that speaks to you.

“I never try to sell something that is super trendy, but I do push them to stretch their design so they don't feel like they could have gotten their new bathroom fixtures at the neighborhood hardware store,” added Aston.

Fixtures Have To Be White: White is a normal easy and safe choice when it comes to plumbing fixtures. Risk vs. Reward is a classic question for consideration here.

“Coordinate fixtures, hardware finishes, and styles, but have fun with color and pattern,” said interior designer CeCe Barfield. “Colored ceramic vanities and toilets can also add panache to a bathroom!”

When it comes to fixtures, white is king, while going with an “unexpected” color or material, like Kohler’s Derring under-mount bathroom sink or Dutchmaster sink in floral print, might feel like a risk, the pop of color can actually give your space a unique look and feel that is better fitting to your style than the standard white. What if this slight alteration can make you happier in the long run? Why not. Maybe your design can start a trend.

As Barfield points out, untraditional doesn’t have to mean trendy. “Unexpected fixtures create unique and sophisticated spaces,” she said. “Just like in fashion, pretty pieces never go out of style.”

Even if you prefer some traditional white fixtures like Aston, don't be afraid to experiment.

“I prefer white toilets, but sinks and tubs are really where you can make a statement,” said Aston. “I especially love unique sinks that help elevate the design and customize a look.I do love to use Kohler's undermount sinks in master baths. Iron Plains, the Devonshire, and Memoirs offer just a bit of a custom touch that is not seen in every bathroom and satisfies that client that doesn't want to go too bold and is concerned about resale.”

Faucets Should Always Be Chrome: Much like most white plumbing fixtures, chrome faucets have become the default for many people who are remodeling their bathroom and kitchen. Here we go offering another consideration. Why not consider several design-forward options from matte black to rose gold? Timeless - that can make your space feel new, but still timeless.

“I am loving matte black fixtures now, it offers some punctuation and definition in a space and makes a bathroom feel very current,” said Aston. “It's so nice to have all the finish options available these days. I see more and more coming out every year and it is so exciting to see.”

Barfield agrees. “Unexpected fixtures create unique and sophisticated spaces,” she said.


Remember, your investment in your home, commercial, or instutional bathroom is just that. State of the art technology in plumbing now comes in other colors beside white. Breaking the rules has never been easier right. The end goal is making selections can be made keeping with design elements that you love. 

For over 75 years Atlas Plumbing Company has protected the health and well-being of our friends and neighbors in the Dallas service area. Atlas Plumbing Company is here to serve you.

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