DIY's Bath Crashers Installs the Vanity Valet Extreme to Create Cozy Luxury

Matt installs the Vanity Valet Extreme in a lower cabinet which allows the owner to safely put away their flat irons and curling irons while they are hot.

Dallas, TX, May 07, 2012 --( Who would imagine putting a fire place in a bathroom? Matt Muenster of DIY's Bath Crashers did in episode BC505. Aiming to create a feeling of warm comfort for a home located in the thick of winter, the Bath Crasher team designed a bathroom that screams relaxation.

Besides the elegant walling, and fancy sinks, a bathroom will only maintain its air of relaxation if it can be kept in photographic state. So the challenge with many remodeling projects is not only to make the environment look good. But to make the look and feel sustainable. The DIY team know this fact and install hidden organizational solutions to make maintaining a picture perfect environment practical and functional.

Often the biggest organizational problem in the bathroom is storage and use of women hair tools. Besides needing to store them without creating tangles, flat irons and curling irons get VERY hot. So where can someone put these items during cool down without creating a wire mess in the bathroom? Easy: The Vanity Valet Extreme (VVE). Matt installs the VVE in a lower cabinet which has capped ventilated stainless steel tubes within the system. The Extreme is designed to allow users to put away their tools while they are hot. Wires are kept organized with quick release knobs, hot tools are kept in a metal that exudes heat rather than creating a furnace, and the system is designed with ventilation. Tidying turns into a one step process which allows the bathroom to maintain its fabulous look all the time.

Bath Crashers creates sustainable coziness...a goal every bathroom remodeler should achieve.

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Natalie Levi