Loft Living Contemporary Powder Room, Boston
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Shoshana Gosselin added this to
For a sunny look, try a yellow and white stripe. Then add blue towels and a nautical signal flag or two.
Shawn Gauthier added this to
Don’t feel like a room’s paint job needs to stop at the doorframe. By extending the stripes across the door in this bathroom, the space will feel like a little cabana escape.
Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to
You may know I'm a sucker for stripes, be they horizontal or vertical, but I love that the stripes in this bathroom don't stop at the door. On the inside of the bathroom, the continued stripes result in a bit of a trompe l'oeil from the hall.More: 10 Extraordinary Door DesignsHow to Choose a Front DoorHow to Choose an Interior Door
Jen L'Italien added this to
Horizontal stripes open up a space to make a room appear larger. That's a very good thing for a tight space like a bathroom. Tip: For a more dramatic effect in a small space, paint your stripes across all four walls and the door. It will make the door disappear and make the room appear larger.
Danyelle Mathews added this to
Don't end your paint treatments at the door. Including the door in the painted motif of this powder room extends the lovely pattern into the hall and beckons you to see more.More: Lift a Room's Mood With ColorMore tips on painting interior doors
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Resist the temptation to install hollow-core doors. Although they look the same as solid-core doors, you'll feel the difference every time you close the door. Even in the most open layout, there are still spaces where you'll want some privacy, and a hollow-core door is not going to do the trick.
Laura Gaskill added this to
19. Bathroom + lots of paint = chic wide stripes. Continue a wide stripe from the interior of the bathroom right onto the back of the door for an unexpected twist.
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11. There’s more to poolside lounging than just the water, of course. A wide horizontal stripe known as a cabana stripe harks back to the glory days of glamorous pool loungers, the 1950s. This is when famed photographer Slim Aaron started making the rounds from Beverly Hills to Cap d’Antibes, snapping candids of the jet set frolicking at the beach or pool on their now-iconic striped towels or under striped cabanas.