Glenwood ResidenceTransitional Bathroom, Little Rock

Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional black and white tile alcove shower remodel in Little Rock with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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Leigh Bligh wrote:Oct 4, 2011
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    Tobi Fairley Interior Design
    This is a wool rug from Jonathan Adler. I would likely use a bathmat over it when getting out of the shower but when just using this guest bath as a powder room and not a shower, I put the bathmat away and this stays cozy and chic.
  • Leigh Bligh
    thank you Tobi... I don't really want to invest a ton of money for a designer rug... but we plan to stay in this home for quite some time... gives me food for thought... so you have given me inspiration. A very bit THANK YOU again.
bebrooks wrote:Sep 25, 2012
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    Do you know the wallpaper that was used?
  • Maryam Khan
    I absolutely love the curtains used here. where did you get them from? I would like to buy that for my bathroom too.
kristencalhoun wrote:May 1, 2012
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    Tobi Fairley Interior Design
    It's custom made with 2 solid duck fabrics by Kravet Fabrics and mounted on a ceiling track since the ceilings are low in this room. Thanks for the compliments!
  • crp1234
    Did you use a liner in addition to the curtain? Did you use a Trax rod?
kocher wrote:Jul 24, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    Isn't this a great print? It's called Minaret. If you click "More Info" you will see that a green product tag has been added to this wallpaper with a written description, price, and link to buy.

    Although the may be small, keep an eye out for these little tags all over the site as they can prove to be quite helpful and informative.
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    Tobi Fairley Interior Design
    It's by Cole and Sons I think. Or maybe it's Osborne and Little.
JJ Smith wrote:Nov 28, 2011
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    Tobi Fairley Interior Design
    It's custom made with 2 solid duck fabrics by Kravet Fabrics and mounted on a ceiling track since the ceilings are low in this room.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jess McBride added this to Textile Textbook: Get Ready to be Wooed by WovensJan 11, 2016

1. Plain WeavePlain weave creates duck cloth, canvas, chintz and taffeta. The standout feature of these fabrics is their characteristic flat appearance, which comes from tightly woven fibers.The shower curtain here is made of duck cloth for a simple, natural elegance.

Lisa Higgins added this to 12 Gorgeous Black and White BathroomsFeb 27, 2014

Showstopping black and white wallpaper (Minaret by Osborne & Little) makes a statement here. The black and white interplay continues with a white cotton duck shower curtain trimmed in black, a black Jonathan Adler rug with a white border, and the stacks of black and white towels carefully arranged on a matching étagère.

Lauren Donaldson added this to Utility Fabrics That Go the DIY DistanceJun 24, 2012

Duck fabric is naturally water resistant, so it's perfect for a DIY shower curtain. With a curtain liner, or treated with a waterproofing spray, it works well anywhere in the bathroom. More: Ecofriendly Fabrics Make the CutDecorate With Burlap

Shawn Gauthier added this to Mixing Patterns: Start With Black and WhiteDec 28, 2011

A rug with a perimeter stripe and black-and-white penny tiles in the shower complement the busier wallpaper in this bathroom. Black-and-white towels in solid colors carry the color scheme without competing with the patterns.

Debbie Snider added this to 12 Ways to Warm Up Your BathSep 30, 2011

8. Area rug. In an all-tile bath, sound echoes off the hard surfaces. A rug absorbs sound and makes us forget we are in a bathroom.In this stylish black-and-white bath, you are enveloped by the layers: fabric shower curtain, large area rug, wallpaper and stacks of towels.

Natalie Myers added this to What's Black and White and Chic? Your Home!Aug 5, 2011

A glamorous black-and-white bathroom is achieved by installing geometric wallpaper and a bold graphic shower curtain. Only black and white towels allowed, stacked in alternating patterns, of course.

Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Interview: The Design Magic of Tobi FairleyJul 29, 2011

EW: What inspired you to start organizations such as InBox Interiors and your popular design camps? TF: I love the business of design as much as I love design itself. So I can hardly go a week without brainstorming and creating new business concepts and opportunities. The online design concept wasn’t originated with me. I saw several very smart and talented designers across the country entering this area. So few ideas are ever really original, but it’s understanding if they are a fit for your firm that helps you determine if you should make the leap into that area of business. As far as the camps go, people have been coming to me for over 10 years wanting to “shadow me, learn from me, spend a day with me.” I am a teacher at heart and love to share ideas, help people learn from my mistakes, and help people gro

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