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Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks22,140
Questions30
from the master bedroom continues into the en-suite bathroom. ‘I wanted both rooms to feel unified so I carried the soft silver grey palette right through to the en suite,’ Meisels says. An unexpected mix of materials adds light to this relatively small en-suite bathroom, reflecting the natural light
the master bedroom continues into the master bath. "I wanted both rooms to feel unified so I carried the soft silver gray palette right through to the en suite," Meisels says. An unexpected mix of materials adds light to this relatively small master bathroom, reflecting the natural light from two windows
walls.A sink unit with legs also adds openness to the room. ‘I love sink units that feel like furniture; they feel so much more elegant, especially in en suite bathrooms,’n she says.
“Lights” — jenntheshark
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Manor House Stables
Ideabooks2,550
Questions2
en suite bathroom do not want a full wall separating my master bath from master bedroom
between the bedroom and en suite has been made into a wardrobe. The fact that it doesn’t reach the ceiling helps both areas of the room remain as light as possible.
Use every inchLook around and see where extra storage could be incorporated. This diving wall between an en suite and a bedroom has
Two of the bedrooms, including the master, have en suite bathrooms.
Build a wardrobe wallA partition wall separates this bedroom from its en suite, but the owners haven’t missed the opportunity to work in extra storage space. By making the wall slightly deeper, they’ve created room for a
“candeeiro” — Carla Reis
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Bellevue Hill Sydney
Ideabooks3,794
Questions6
Bedroom is similar size to my own. Given me ideas for my own en suite and dressing area
In the days when most travelers shared baths down the hall in a hostel, en suite bathrooms were the height of luxury and privacy.
DO add an en suite…A second bathroom can add 5% to your asking price, according to Nationwide Building Society’s report. This is especially important in a bigger property
property, where buyers expect a decent ratio of bathrooms to bedrooms, so it’s worth sacrificing a corner of a bedroom or even squeezing a compact en suite into a walk-in wardrobe.
“Ensuite” — nancdin
WA design
8 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
Ideabooks8,290
Questions4
combinaison réussie qui permet de créer très facilement et sans entretien, hormis la taille en fin de floraison, un décor somptueux digne des jardins de Provence. Ces plantes demandent une terre bien drainée, caillouteuse, en plein soleil, et surtout un minimum d’humidité. Dans un jardin, un paillis de cosse
Muted colors. Gray and glaucous foliage planted en masse need not be boring. In the last decade, alliums, especially the large globe varieties, have become very popular as accent plants. Here they stand
Planted en masse alongside ornamental alliums (Allium spp) and lavender shrubs (Lavandula spp), lavender cotton's bright yellow flowers just peek above the surrounding
note exotique par son odeur de chocolat, gardera un peu de fraîcheur. Rappelons que ces plantes sont très résistantes et peuvent être plantées partout en France, à condition de disposer d’une terre calcaire. Seul un hiver particulièrement froid, et sur une longue période, peut endommager partiellement
“Flowers” — romannicole
Davidie Rozin Architects
1 Review
A Town house in Tel-Aviv
Ideabooks1,267
Questions0
fresh air. Whether it’s simply taking your coffee out onto the terrace of your hotel each morning or going on long walks exploring the city, when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped up in our homes and offices
fresh air. Whether it’s simply taking your coffee out onto the terrace of your hotel each morning or going on long walks exploring the city, when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped up in our homes and offices
fresh airWhether it’s simply taking your coffee out onto the terrace of your hotel each morning or going on long walks exploring the city when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped up in our homes and offices
“Seating” — dobrowolskimary
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,522
Questions6
Warm yellows. Yellows are not easy to use en masse in a garden. Here, using muted yellows from the cooler end of the yellow spectrum works as a background for the brighter colors of the euphorbias
How to use it. Shown here en masse with low-water plants Senecio, Agave, Anigozanthos and other ornamental grasses, Euphorbia shows texture and coloring that volumizes the design
Warm yellows. Yellows are not easy to use en masse in a garden. Here, using muted yellows from the cooler end of the yellow spectrum works as a background for the brighter colors of the euphorbias
“Great front yard plantings” — chelseahadley
Mad About Your House
My Home
Ideabooks1,463
Questions3
The en suite bathroom off the master closet had been a bedroom. "I love a bathroom that doesn't look like a bathroom," Watson-Smyth says. Keeping the fireplace and putting the bathtub in the middle of the floor helped accomplish that. Wall paint: Pelt, Farrow & Ball; sinks, bathtub: Bathstore
The en suite bathroom off the master wardrobe had been a bedroom. “I love a bathroom that doesn’t look like a bathroom,” Watson-Smyth says. Keeping the fireplace and putting the bath in the middle of the floor helped accomplish that. Wall paint: Pelt, Farrow & Ball; sinks, bathtub: Bathstore
“Wall” — Carmen Nicoara
Amoroso Design
Burlingame Residence Two
Ideabooks5,536
Questions11
Coordinate shades with furniture. Usually, I try to avoid anything matching in a space. However, when done in the style of en suite design, it works quite well. En suite design is all about repeating a pattern or motif throughout a smaller or chopped up space to create a consistent, cohesive look
“Curtain blind” — Amira Cheema
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