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Pal + Smith
Fashionably Bold
Ideabooks1,038
Questions3
Love, love the repurposed furniture and the lighting
rolls of wallpaper. So if you are lusting after a luxurious and opulent design with a serious price tag, this is the perfect place to indulge. There’s a hint of art deco cool about these rich emerald green walls and – my favourite part – the pop of tangerine on the light fitting.
“Mid century dresser as a vanity” — Celeste Saltzman
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Bathing Room
Ideabooks5,045
Questions9
have a bathing room this large, it's inspiring to see surprising elements like the mural, the lack of tile, the fireplace, the light fixture and the furniture. One rule NOT to throw out: Check safety codes when using a hanging light like this one and a bathtub in the same room.
is so obviously contemporary. The muted olive-tone wallpaper, though vintage inspired, isn't original (though it could just as well be), and the furniture is midcentury modern, with a lovely Norman Cherner molded plywood armchair off to the side. And it's all overseen by a sparkly, contemporary chrome
Unexpected PairingsA large living room–turned–bathing suite has a contemporary freestanding tub paired with traditional architecture, midcentury modern furniture and a luxurious vintage Baccarat light fixture.
“Love the bathtub” — jhalvas
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks9,647
Questions17
Are you looking for furniture manufacturer (indoor furniture, garden furniture, wood relief, wood interiors, etc), which has good production capability in large numbers and sustainable? I have a solution
Large single vanity with knee drawer(s)
“Mirrors” — Rachel Bernard
Eclectic Bathroom
Ideabooks3,733
Questions5
Shutter(s) for tub wall?? or on window??
furniture in the batchroom
Furniture in the bathroom, pretty!
cute furniture idea
“tub facing” — nconte7
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
Ideabooks3,685
Questions8
Louis XV Chairs and most furniture have curved legs, and comfortably padded seats and backs.
I like this old furniture with fun patterns
1. Put your feet upThere’s no reason why a gorgeous armchair like this one can’t call a bathroom home. Instead of rushing around doing chores while your bath fills, sit back and
“Design” — monobhagat
Jeneration Interiors
5 Reviews
Guest Bath
Ideabooks4,122
Questions5
This designer has treated the furniture and fixture layout the same way as in any other room. Most of the fixtures in a bathroom usually have to be shoved up against walls for plumbing purposes; angling the corner wall keeps this interesting.
many creative possibilities: a tea table, a drinks table, a dressing table or a card table.Shopping tip: Believe it or not, in the past some wooden furniture (including chairs and tables) was consistently used outside in the yard or garden, or could have spent time in a wet basement. So check the feet for
“color of walls” — alysonjosephson
Kerrie L. Kelly
48 Reviews
Vintage Modern Living
Ideabooks19,320
Questions11
for sharing your house with us, Kerrie! See more of Kerrie Kelly's interior design work. More Houzz Tours: Soho Loft Shows the Warm Side of Modern '70s Condo Gets Extreme Makeover Lauren Liess's Pure Style
Eco-friendly Furniture
Eco-chic Furniture
“Powder room” — jlmoreno
Allard Ward Architects
2 Reviews
Grinders Switch Farm
Ideabooks1,803
Questions3
If you are planning to keep the furnitures wood top, you must waterproof the surrounding wood to ensure its lasting beauty. Modern plumbing is powerful and splashy — in more than just style! Whether you mount your fixtures on the wall or on the deck, any surrounding porous surfaces must be protected
“So pretty!” — andreahellman93
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