45 home interior design blog Bath Design Photos

Deirdre Doherty Interiors
Los Feliz
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À cause de l’angle de la photo, on a l’impression qu’il est suspendu au-dessus du bain. Mais en réalité, il est juste un peu à côté », explique la designer.
Deirdre Doherty Interiors
My favorite bath design
“French doors” — Danielle Trippett Interior Design & Decoration
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Austin Texas Residence
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The restoration of an 1899 Queen Anne design, with columns and double gallery added ca. 1910 to update the house in the Colonial Revival style with sweeping front and side porches up and downstairs, and a new carriage house apartment. All the rooms and ceilings are wallpapered, original oak trim is stained
Hi. Just bought a home with an awesome clawfoot tub! The downside is (somewhat similar to this picture) my ceiling slopes quite a bit but only on the side of the faucet. I'm
cabinetry for this project, it's architect-designed and custom built.
view this article to watch a video and learn more about installing a clawfoot tub shower in a room with a slanted ceiling: http://faucetlist.com/blog/Installing-a-Clawfoot-Tub-Shower.html
“Wainscoting instead of subway tile. Wood instead of tile floor. An invitation to wood rot.” — Christopher Larkby
Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Master Bathroom
Ideabooks1,842
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fitness room & sauna. We placed fine art at sight-lines & points of interest throughout the home, and we create rooms dedicated to the homeowners other interests. Interior Design & Furniture by Martha O'Hara Interiors Build by Stonewood, LLC Architecture by Eskuche Architecture Photography by Susan Gilmore
2011 ASID Award Winning Design This 10,000 square foot home was built for a family who prized entertaining and wine, and who wanted a home that would serve them for the rest of their lives. Our goal was to build and furnish a European-inspired home that feels like ‘home,’ accommodates parties with
furnishings that emphasize clean lines and a traditional style. Throughout the furnishings, we opted for rich finishes & fabrics for a formal appeal. The homes antiqued chandeliers & light-fixtures, along with the repeating hues of red & navy offer a formal tradition. Of the utmost importance was that we create
“colors for master” — ncnichol
Rocky Mountain Log Homes
1 Review
Rocky Mountain Log Homes -Timber Frames
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Rocky Mountain Log Homes -Timber Frames
provided architectural services. Shannon Callaghan Interior Design of Missoula provided extensive consultative services during the project. Pioneer Log Homes -Rocky Mountain Log Homes handcrafted division provided the logs. #Rocky Mountain Log Homes Provided the Photos
They were custom designed by Shannon Callaghan Interior design out of Missoula, MT
http://www.houzz.com/pro/griffbrogy/shannon-callaghan-interior-design: Her firm did the interior design for this beautiful home (so she can answer your question on the vanities) we provided the Log & Timber Materials
Materials, and Kibo Architecture designed the home.
like tub, simple design, informal, colors nice but a little too yellow, like timber but too dark…a little heavy
“Practical” — iantha517
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
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What is this place at The Woodlands? Is it a home? A rental? I live near there...
by Cay Imports. Not Rustico Tile. It is our San Felipe design and it can be bought on our webpage or in our show room! Check it outhttp://clayimports.com/products-page/saltillo-shape-tiles/ Also Check out our Houzz page for other Ideas in your home!
Mediterranean home, appreciated for their low maintenance, durability and cool temperature. Terra cotta was most commonly used, although limestone and marble were used occasionally in more high-end homes. Hand-painted tiles added color as field or border tiles in these classic interiors. Get this look:
Beautiful Spanish influenced bathroom without over designing.
Mediterranean home, appreciated for their low maintenance, durability and cool temperature. Terra cotta was most commonly used, although limestone and marble were used occasionally in more high-end homes. Hand-painted tiles added color as field or border tiles in these classic interiors. Get this look:
“Floor tile” — dccrisp
Lawler Design Studio
Interior Design
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Interior Design and photo from Lawler Design Studio, Hattiesburg, MS and Winter Park, FL; Suzanna Lawler-Boney, ASID, NCIDQ.
interior design details
interior wall coverings
Interior Design...Interior Design...LUXURY INTERIOR...beach home
“Toile” — Catie Droptini
Architect Your Home - Interior Your Home
Interior design
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Architect Your Home - Interior Your Home
Interior Design...kitchen design...bathroom design...Interior design
“Stone floor for master shower?” — mkayecripe
Birdhouse Interior Design
master bathroom
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Just the little quart of chalkboard paint you can get at Lowe's or Home Depot. We didn't even prime, because we wanted the age of the door to show through. The door is about 80 years old. It was in the garage of the homeowner's
theres something about chalk graffiti that just says home to me
I've been looking for ways to incorporate repurposed doors in my designs. Turning a door into a giant chalkboard is a great idea.
paint is a huge trend these days in interiors. I just love how this homeowner selectively painted the bathroom door with chalkboard paint. It adds such life to a home since you're able to personalize it.
Chalkboard paint works on paneled doors, too. Typography in home decor is all the rage, after all
“Chalk door” — Heather Monek
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