Green Bathroom Ideas and Designs
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Woodhouse and Law
Our clients bought the top floor of the world-renowned former pottery and brewery as an empty shell. We were commissioned to create a stylish, contemporary coastal retreat. Our brief included every aspect of the design, from spatial planning and electrical and lighting through to finishing touches such as soft furnishings. The project was particularly challenging given the sheer volume of the space, the number of beams that span the property and its listed status. We played to the industrial heritage of the building combining natural materials with contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories. Stark and deliberate contrasts were created between the exposed stone walls and gnarled beams against slick, stylish kitchen cabinetry and upholstery. The overall feel is luxurious and contemporary but equally relaxed and welcoming.
Klimstar Building Company
Nick Smith, Luxit Interiors
Alex Maguire Photography
Building Design, Plans, and Interior Finishes by: Fluidesign Studio I Builder: Anchor Builders I Photographer: sethbennphoto.com
The monochromatic use of stone and glazed walls gives a tranquil feeling to this luxurious Master Bathroom.
A unique "tile rug" was used in the tile floor design in the custom master bath. A large vanity has loads of storage. This home was custom built by Meadowlark Design+Build in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photography by Joshua Caldwell. David Lubin Architect and Interiors by Acadia Hahlbrocht of Soft Surroundings.
Rabaut Design Associates, Inc.
Jeff Herr Photography
Simultaneously comfortable and elegant, this executive home makes excellent use of Showplace Cabinetry throughout its open floor plan. The contrasting design elements found within this newly constructed home are very intentional, blending bright and clean sophistication with splashes of earthy colors and textures. In this home, painted white kitchen cabinets are anything but ordinary. Visually stunning from every angle, the homeowners have created an open space that not only reflects their personal sense of informed design, but also ensures it will feel livable to younger family members and approachable to their guests. A home where sweet little moments will create lasting memories. Guest Bath | Single Bowl - Door Style: Edgewater - Construction: International+/Full Overlay - Wood Type: Paint Grade - Paint: ColorSelect Sherwin-Williams Paints
Lewis Renovation & Repair LLC
Neo-angle shower with custom marble, Level ceramic tile, niche and accent stripe
The homeowners were seeking a major renovation from their original master bath. The young family had completed several remodeling projects on the first floor of their 1980’s era home and the time had finally come where they wanted to focus on the second floor, particularly their master bath which was cramped and overpowered by a Jacuzzi-style tub. After multiple design meetings spent choosing the right hardware and materials, everything was set, and the transformation began! Drury designer, Diana Burton, began by borrowing some space from the bedroom this way they were able to reconfigure the whole layout, which made a big difference to the homeowner. The floating vanity cabinets paired with quartz counters, wall-mounted fixtures, and mirrors featuring built-in lighting enhance the room’s sleek, clean look.
Visit my blog to find information on some of the products used in this bathroom. http://thevintageglitterhouse.blogspot.com/2011/01/girls-bathroom-remodel-on-budget.html