On a magical spring day, I had the good fortune to visit to the newly opened Renwick Gallery in Washington, D.C., to see an exhibition called Wonder. Luckily we arrived early enough on a Sunday morning to avoid the long line, however it is worth the wait to explore the exhibit and the see the newly restored galleries which are part of the Smithsonian.

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With summer coming soon, let me say this: I love pool houses. While it’s generally contained within a small footprint, a modern-day pool house feels like an extension of your home, down to the architectural cues. It provides a casual place to entertain or hang out in a bathing suit, and of course is great for showering after a refreshing swim. The main appeal is in the indoor/outdoor sensibility.

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In much the same way that the bath needs a once-a-year overhaul, the kitchen is usually in need of a similar tune up. As the seasons change, I feel like it’s the right time to suggest a few simple fixes with big impact in both design and function.

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Over the past 20 years we have broken new ground for the designs of our fittings. We have partnered with a prominent modernist architect (Lee Mindel), former set designers and creative thinkers (Roman and Williams), and a vintage furniture and object expert and interpreter (Thomas O’Brien). With these collaborations, our objective is always to identify extraordinary talent and challenge them to surprise our clients with new concepts and original thinking for the delivery of water.

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