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The view from the bath.
Use of stone at sides of mirror and full-wall mirror.
simplicity of counter and lines of room
greys, silvers, whites, different tiles & marble, mirror reflecting window & thereby adding a window
dramatic lighting, directed lights, angles, stone.
use of stone, lighting to create shadows on 3 D wall
the stone floor and the bench; mixed tiles
levels, rocks, color, materials
open stairs by window, rocks, wood, metal & cable
combination of rock strip with tiles
the light and shad from fixture open top and bottom
Dual showers--rain and aimed
slate tiles, mosaics, contrast with whites
low tiled wall as divider, don't like combo of tiles though
the rock floor--looks natural as a floor
use of wood and rock, continuation of rock theme from shower to sinks; simple wood cabinetry.
comb. of white, gray, silver, green.
Silvery branchy pussywillows, glass, crystal, art work serenely well together.
Railings--simple metallic style
stairs turn back on themselves--useful for our deck to minimize height from deck to ground, achieve attractive profile, not sculpt into the deck, direct away from trees.
simple railing! lights on stairs. Stair style.
reminds me of our zen window
The greys! The Annapurna floor, silver backsplash, pewter cupboards--and the splash of apple green.
The fat wood shelves, hate the light fixture though.
I like the boarded up windows and humungous spiderwebs; if you're going to town with it, go to town. How public spirited. Hard to do Hallowe'en w/o going tacky; this house survives. It rocks.
Too much white but the sheer curtains with black rods are reminiscent of a Maison et Objet showroom using white muslin--a really casual look, especially when puddled.
Good use of space: skinny shelves hold lots of framed photos and art.
gorgeous long plank for desktop. How to find?
the gray/silver tiles
glass light fixture--random lights, clear glass
the strong black lines delineating doors, windows, balcony, porch, stairs, plus the repetition of the rectangle shape.
black treads, white risers--goes with Nepal Makalu.
random white branches of chandelier
gleaming light fixture
one tomato red/orange wall
rusticity & practicality--except for poor lighting on the mirror