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EXIT Interior Design Studio
How did you achieve the red glass walls? They are stunning.
I like how the black walls are the mirrors that can make the room seem bigger and I like the asian looking dividers
Panels would make great closet doors
culture is the inspiration behind this bold bathroom design. The black geometric, Oriental-style screen is by far the most obvious clue (take note of how the pattern continues along the ceiling and floor), while splashes of vivid red and the white lantern pendant light hint at the design’s Chinese influences
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Tracy Stone AIA
How do you clean the shower floor? I love this look, but I wonder about hair & other ickyness building up underneath the wood?
Bamboo/reed resin panel - not for this use - but for door panels or cabinet doors?
an outdoorsy kind of feel. it has a very monotone background, and then splashes of color that mix very well with the grey of the walls. The plant and door (thing?) also kind of match in texture and gives the room a connected, flowing kind of feel. The see-through roof also adds an even more open feel when
how would you like lord jesus lying next to loo?
objects like a crow’s feather, sacred candles and your lucky penny. Keep out evil spirits by putting Buddha in your home’s front room facing the front door. Anyone who enters will immediately note Buddha checking him out and will flee if they are filled with evil. Have your whole house swirling with positive
central area will do, as long as he’s properly honored and not obstructing any pathways, which will block the flow of energy. (Mine is facing the door above everything else, my room is clean and it might be the reason why I have found extra peace from strife and pain)
Webber + Studio, Architects
The wood windows on this project are by Weathershield, and distributed in Austin by Exclusive Windows and Doors
see how the window meets the tub.
This bathroom exemplifies how simplicity can be completely elegant and indulgent. The mix of woods helps the bathtub stand out, and adds a dimension to the room that keeps it from being too matching.
BarlisWedlick Architects, Tribeca Studio
Hamptons Pool House
sink under window. how does this mirror work?
Door glass with wave pattern
Tracie Butler Interior Design
This countertop is a nice example of how a rustic stone (I think it's Rusty Slate) could be used.
LOVE the tile and doors and cabinets
frameless glass door
Harrison Street Timberframe
Love the wood and how it frames but separates the bath area off
Rolling doors in front for master bath
Bath through door