If decor is your porn, this is your blog.
also awesome. i love the balance - white without looking stark, eclectic without looking random and cluttered. just clean and beautiful
Hey Decorno,Maybe someone posted a comment about this a day or two back but there's a vanity like the one you were asking about in the sale section of the Restoration Hardware website. I think it was $750.
Those are beautiful. Topical for me at the minute as I am trying to find the perfect bathroom lights for above or either side of my antique mirror and it's just not happening..
all gorgeous! but I especially love the towel storage in the second photo! We're in negotiations for bathroom reno right now (negotiating with each other - way harder!LOL!) I think I will show El O these - might strike a spark!Thanks!
oh my goodness. perfect.
Looks beautiful, but where do you put your hair dryer, curling iron, toothpaste, etc.? A medicine cabinet can only hold so much...
in this 'world' you don' need no steenkin' hair dryer, etc. You are just naturally perfect, as is your bathroom!LOL!
These bathrooms are great, but the lighting is just plain boring!!! The quality is fantastic, but the fixtures all look the same.
LOVE that medicine cabinet.
beautiful. some of the best bathrooms i've seen. can't find any flaws really (except maybe the green glass shelf. maybe)
using bead board instead of tile (behind sink area) is a great way to save money, and make it feel less polished.
The last bathroom is bigger than my bedroom. Jealous.
The past 15 years has seen an explosion in classical/traditional architects and interior designers fueled by the Wall Street bonuses and hedge fund profits. Other firms you might want to look at:Ferguson & ShamamianJohn B. Murray, Architect LLC.Peter Pennoyer, Architect, PC.Timothy BryantWadia & associatesThey all know each other and all have worked with/for each other at one point.
that last shot takes my breath away!
I love the white on white bathroom. It feels fresh even if it's not sparkly cleen. And while I enjoy the look of a pedestal sink, I struggle with it functionally. I'm afraid I'll miss the storage provided by a stylish cabinet, without which I'm at a loss for where to store the tampons and extra toilet paper?
I say this with the utmost love and respect...these all look like a Restoration Hardware catalog. And while that look is a lofty goal to be sure...I'd like to see a little more life in your bathroom. It feels too safe. Like wearing a little black dress with pearls. Sure, you'll always look classic and elegant, but will you be memorable? It feels like you're holding back. Give us a little of that decorno edge.
make it more decorno -oh so true, like an edgey light sconce or an animal print hand towel.
Decorno, you're generally on top of such things, but "Bathrooms and Toilets" is a featured topic over at the New York Times:http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/b/bathrooms_and_toilets/index.html
I'm just such a giant sucker for marble counters and wood floors. But pedestal sinks? Where does your ugly stuff go?
First: Since when is an animal print hand towel "edgy"? It's "Zsa Zsa," maybe.Second: You can't live in a house where every single room and fixture is edgy. "Edgy" can be as stale and played-out as "WASPy" or "country" or any other theme.
linda, this is an example
Restoration Hardware, my ass. In their dreams.
I agree with the comment about the last pic! I love everything in that shot. I see why you are leaning toward wood floors..especially if they look like that! Simply gorgeous.
the porcelain is fine, but those wide-plank floors make my heart sing
God I want that rug in the last picture. Where do people find stuff like that??
I'm sort of craving at least one modern touch in these bathrooms... taken altogether, it's a very Victorian/Edwardian shut-out. How about just a tiny bit of alleviation of the Restoration Hardware look, so that it doesn't all look so great-grandparental?
I would take any one of those bathrooms, they are all amazing!
Lovely spaces! Serene, elegant, comfortable.
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