Sunday, March 3, 2013

Help in Healing: Why Bath Fixtures are Important

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I have to tell you. The past two weeks have been very challenging. I sprained my ankle and hurt my back within 24 hours of each other. It's been two weeks of pain and limited mobility. Luckily, I am on the mend and doing much better. Throughout this trying time, I had lots of things for which to be grateful. These included my care-giving husband, my ├╝ber-talented chiropractor, my super-kind neighbors, and my understanding supervisor/colleagues. 

On a smaller scale, I was grateful for the completion of my recent master bath renovation. Why? First, our new shower has a seat in it. Kudos to my husband for insisting upon this feature. Let me tell you, it came in handy for making showers possible when standing was difficult. 


Second, is this shower head from Delta Faucet. Last summer, I was invited to attend an all-expenses paid trip to the Delta headquarters for their annual blogger event. A select group of bloggers met to learn about Delta and their amazing products. As a parting gift, we were able to choose one of their shower heads. I went with the Traditional In2ition Two-in-One Shower Arm Mounted Shower Head. It waited for months to be installed as we plugged away at our master bath renovation. Like the shower seat, having four different spray settings and a hand-held option made all the difference when mobility and flexibility were limited by injury. I was so grateful for this Delta shower head!!


I'm so glad for the generosity of the Delta Faucet company and for the quality of their products. Delta will always be my first choice in bathroom and kitchen fixtures. To prove my point, did you see our bathroom faucet? It's from the Delta Addison line, which we purchased online. I had intended to get the Touch2O version...you know, the kind that is touchless. Unfortunately, I mis-ordered and ended up with the regular version, but this version works well enough and is worth every penny. :) I am confident in the quality of Delta Faucet products and will gladly invest in quality materials for my home.

Note: Yes, we did receive the shower head free of charge from Delta. However, please know that the opinions and gratitude expressed in this post are genuine and heartfelt. I was NOT paid to mention or promote Delta products in any way. Big hugs to Delta Faucet for helping me through this difficult time and helping me get through the healing process!!

8 comments:

  1. Oh, I am so sorry to hear about your injuries! Please take care of yourself and get plenty of rest!

    Your bathroom is stunning. I too am in the market for a new shower head and have been considering one with a handle feature!

    xo

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  2. Sorry to hear about your injuries. I hope you are on the mend. Love your shower. That bench seat looks relaxing.

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  3. Oh I hope you keep feeling better and better! Those faucets look dreamy!

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  4. I'm hoping you are on the fast road to recovery, girl! And so sorry to hear of your injuries...
    that bathroom is gorgeous! I love all the changes you made, especially the shower!

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  5. I hope you are on the mend.

    That is a nice looking shower head!

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  6. oh geez, hang in there:) glad your on the mend:)

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  7. So glad you are on the mend. That shower head looks great!

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  8. We went one step further in two of our new home's showers. We made them both with roll-in capability. No rim to step over. In fact, we made one bathroom completely handicapped accessible, but considering my age maybe that's not too unusual. LOL. Glad you're feeling better!

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