45 greek revival interior Contemporary Bath Design Photos

French Interior Design Studio
4 Reviews
Art Deco
Ideabooks2,176
Questions9
opt for bevelled edges, unique frames or even an antique design you picked up at a garage sale. “I never use ‘bathroom’ mirrors!” says Gold Coast interior designer Sandy Cousens of Sanctuary in Style.Niches: Those little cubbies next to bathtubs, within showers and set into walls are a great idea to
“washbasin (highground clearance” — ngulati66
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Ideabooks446
Questions0
New York, New York | Axis Mundi was commissioned to design and supervise the complete rehabilitation of a landmark Greek Revival townhouse from the 1840’s. Located on a charming street in New York’s Greenwich Village, the four floor building (plus sub-basement) was gutted to the original brick building
mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems were installed, and the garden was redesigned. Axis Mundi was responsible for the complete architectural, interior design and decorating of this home. The goal of the project was to respect the charms and scale of the original historical style without mimicking
mimicking period details, and create a suitably modern context for the owner’s collection of artwork by Warhol, Haring and Basquiat. While restrained, the interior resolves certain contextual issues related to the site, yet is decidedly modernist in its attention to details. A custom bronze staircase, anodized
“Mirror and side lights” — susancschwartz
Martin Perri Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Contemporary Mountainside
Ideabooks69
Questions0
British Greek Revival
Martin Perri Interiors, Inc.
“Beautiful wood” — Aby Passman
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Ideabooks1,552
Questions1
New York, New York | Axis Mundi was commissioned to design and supervise the complete rehabilitation of a landmark Greek Revival townhouse from the 1840’s. Located on a charming street in New York’s Greenwich Village, the four floor building (plus sub-basement) was gutted to the original brick building
mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems were installed, and the garden was redesigned. Axis Mundi was responsible for the complete architectural, interior design and decorating of this home. The goal of the project was to respect the charms and scale of the original historical style without mimicking
mimicking period details, and create a suitably modern context for the owner’s collection of artwork by Warhol, Haring and Basquiat. While restrained, the interior resolves certain contextual issues related to the site, yet is decidedly modernist in its attention to details. A custom bronze staircase, anodized
“Flip this upside down” — meganmoose3
Charlie Allen Renovations, Inc.
6 Reviews
Masculine Bath
Ideabooks3,521
Questions5
A new bath in an 1853 Greek Revival home is designed for the husband in the family, and placed next to his third-floor office. The room presents modern, masculine design elements, like black slate floor tiles and sink top and polished chrome fixtures within an historical framework, such as high baseboard
“trim idea” — craltaratz
Charlie Allen Renovations, Inc.
6 Reviews
Children's Bath
Ideabooks7,201
Questions15
This formerly drab and ordinary space in an 1853 Greek Revival home became a fun bath area for the homeowner's two year old with the addition of blue and green mosaic tiles, a child-sized toilet, a larger bath tub, and pendant lighting. A skylight brings in cheerful natural lighting. Photos by Shelly
“Marble look” — katielightstone
SoCal Contractor
24 Reviews
Spanish Revival
Ideabooks8,376
Questions4
Steam shower in 1910 Spanish Revival Home by LoriDennis.com Interior Design/ KenHayden.com Photography
All the finishes were selected by Lori Dennis Interior Design - https://www.houzz.com/pro/loridennis/lori-dennis
Spanish Revival
“crazy tile sofa” — Carole Bevis
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Interiors
Ideabooks293
Questions1
Revival Arts | Architectural
“Towel rail inside shower” — garethj
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™