I have this, it works great. Keep the idea for the new house.
Perfect --steep but not too steep, good color combo, can build myself. Like the R. Stair shape is amenable to a small powder room stuffed under the stairs, or a Harry Potter hole :-) .
I love this, but I would totally break my neck .
Airy, focal point, translucent for daylighting purposes, keeps mostly unoccupied spaces closest to the uncomfortable exterior walls. Landings make good reading corners.
Even better. Light, approve of the cables, textural stone backdrop a favorite tactic of mine.
Glass floor part of daylighting strategy for basement to minimize below grade penetrations to that required for egress windows.
Contrasting colors in wood planks.
Blows my mind. Love the timber treads.
Visible exhaust ductwork.
Love the tufted blue velvet.
Great crafts room
Full wall bookcases, in our case on the north wall of the dining area. Acid-etched windows periodically bring light into the mudroom/laundry room/utility room, and the bathroom. Not visible in this photo would be the staircase, projectign outinto the sun room. I tagged something I have in mind, I should use that as a starting point.
Layout and bright colors. Nicely ameliorated by the light and the brickwork.
Good office/studio location, put this adjacent to master bedroom on second floor.
Is usable as divider between bedroom and rest of second story.
The ring of something in the background. envisioning it as ring of photographs in clear cases.
The hammered metal tub. The free space shower area.
The tub and sauna. I'd like them to be one area. The sauna the tub and shower area enclosure. Also would like to be brighter. Less dark. More light.
" The shower now features a deck of ironwood, smooth-trowel plaster walls and an enclosure made of 3-form recycle resin panels with embedded reeds" The slats could conceal a soaking tub. I'd like the drainage to be towards the shower for the whole bathroom area, no curb.
Focal tiles in shower amazing, brilliante sheen.
Imaginative reuse of old panelled interior door to add interest to somewhat boilerplate bath.
Ditto. Great color clean lines simple.
Great Wave off Kanagawa. Like.
confined entry to the bath unique. I like it, though not universal access for sure :-)
Stylish, inventive, sophisticated, unique, took skill to compose this. I mean, WTF, who can successfully pull off a nautical navy ceiling mixed with brasswork, white subway tile, orange and white shower curtain and somewhere a porcelain goddess? Skill. Nice.
Really unique and wonderful walls, not quite matched by the rest of the bathroom. Wrong mirror, lights, trashcan, and the vanity is too simple (or not simple enough) if you are going to the spectacular length of burnishing silver leaf!
The upper wall paint color. The beach glass and sun-bleached sand feel.
Simple and effective.
Love the length, drape, and dark edging on shower curtain. Zebra cool.
So if I had a million dollars...I'd take the tub, the tile...
scale, wood, double-decker narrow divided-lite operable windows
Ditto. Love it. Not my style (except for the red wallpaper and red tub base, mmm..) but happy results.
I must have that sign!!
Guest bedroom/ if we have children bedroom
Orange fun POP windowseat
Stairs to hideyhole double as storage
small and luxe
Whole concept. Briefcase bomb of a kitchen.
Huge butcher block island is perfect for someone who does their own butchering and garden processing.
Resembles basic layout.
Iconic proportions and colors.