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I do Sicis glass mosaic. See www.MerleArtDesign.com
Sometimes simpler is better! Great piece of art makes it fabulous!!!
Art that is functional
Wow! The color really pops!
and seems to glow with sunlight. Looking at this would probably be a lot more cheerful than looking at my own face in the morning. I'm not a morning person.
Art in shower...Backyard art
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Montgomery Roth Architecture & Interior Design
Chateau Bourbon Hotel
b/w with a pop of yellow. so simple, yet it has a wow factor.
Flowers, Fabric, pop of yellow, gorgeous!
pop of color on mirror frame; black and white decor
Wallpaper and pop of yellow
Pop of color
of the easiest ways to change up the look in a bathroom; this one brings in pops of reds, oranges, yellows and blues.
Tara approaches interiors with the eye of an artist: "I look at everything as I'd look at a piece of art. Every piece of furniture, a piece of fabric, a rug excites me on a different
curtain featuring printed cheerful zinnias. Colorful accessories like this are a great way to ease into your daily routine even if you aren't a morning person.
Use temporary accents — like your toothbrush holder, rug, art, soap dish and shower curtain — to add color and texture, since they can be switched out fairly easily. Designer tip: Neiges often suggests putting the
My Houzz: Jeanie Engelbach
You can look at 100 traditional bathrooms and not really get a sense of what type of person lives there. But you can look at 10 eclectic bathrooms and immediately recognize that they belong to 10 unique personalities. Got an eclectic bathroom? Upload a photo in the Comments section.More:So Your Style
You can look at 100 traditional bathrooms and not really get a sense of what type of person lives there. But you can look at 10 eclectic bathrooms and immediately recognise that they belong to 10 unique personalities. See more photos of eclectic bathroomsSHOW USDo you have an eclectic bathroom? Upload
Elevation Architectural Studios
GORGEOUS GEOMETRIC BATHROOM TILES IN BLACK/w WHITE AND POP OF GREEN
repeat tile + green bench pop
Love the pop of color against the black & white
Tile for guest bath that pops (not this exactly).
Psychédélique et hypnotiqueAmbiance pop et psychédélique pour cette salle de bains contemporaine, dont l’élément principal est un banc vert fluo.. Présente du sol au plafond, la mosaïque y
Unexpected op art. This zinger of a floor is not for everyone. A look like this works well in small doses — like in a powder room where you really want to pull out the
Michael Abrams Limited
Patty Gilford was the art consultant on this project and she procured all the art work. She is located in Chicago.
Like the area for personal storage next to tub.
The art...Art in bathroom
the Bauhaus Bathrooms
Where can I buy these works of art? I'm struggling to find the perfect art for my new house.
I can't tell you exactly where to get this art, but it I have to admit that it is amazing and looks great in that space.
pop of colour room divider option
I like the framed art glass
framed art glass as divider privacy
Minimal privacy. Display some fabulous art glass. Imagine the surprise of having a beautiful art installation to look at every time you are using the loo.
Stained glass in the 21st century is as individual as the artist. This art form is as popular today as it has ever been. Artists
Erika Bierman Photography
Marilynn Taylor and Allan Dallatorre for Teen Project
Like the yellow pop of color
Since the bathroom is closed off and separate from the other open spaces, it took on its own personality and went Regency glam with a design by Marilynn Taylor. Note how the yellow and gray from the downstairs kitchen is tied in here, but with a very different look.More:Small Space, Small Budget: Learning
Since the bathroom is closed off and separate from the other open spaces, it took on its own personality and went Regency glam with a design by Marilynn Taylor. Note how the yellow and grey from the downstairs kitchen is tied in here, but with a very