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Apuan Alps: White Marble
Stone has been used as a building material since before history was recorded. It is one of the basic materials in the world and its presence in castle … →
It seems as if we are in a stone moment. Our overwhelming enthusiasm for stone should not eclipse ceramic tile as a fabulous material for backsplash … →
Black & White
I have written about black and white bathrooms before. But as I continue to see more well designed baths using this restrained formula, I decided to r … →
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The Contractor: Start by asking friends or colleagues for references and check them carefully.
A simple idea: Plan to hang your towels in a convenient location near the shower or towel bars or several hooks.
When planning a project set realistic time frames. Knowing what to expect before you embark on a project will help you plan and avoid frustration and surprise.
The layout and function should accommodate your personal habits and rituals. Think about this as you are planning your bath.
Lighting is subtle but critical because it impacts how well you function in your space. Plan carefully and use dimmers.
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Only when you add your personal touch to a bath does it take on personality and reflect individual style and taste. The display of family pictures and art in this particular picture is a great example. Many of the items seem to be vintage; each has a soft patina. The layering of textures and finishes adds considerable warmth to the space. Additionally, the small table with shelves adds practical and decorative storage.
JILL LITNER KAPLAN of Boston, my guest blogger today, has been in the world of design for the past 20 years. An experienced professional, she has an exquisite eye for design, an understanding of client preferences, and a hands on style for managing her projects. I think you’ll love her Repose glass bath for two lucky little girls.
By the time you read this I will be in Paris with my husband, Robert, celebrating his milestone birthday. Of course, we will visit our favorite Paris bathroom, that of Mme. Lanvin at Muse des Arts Decoratifs. Additionally, we are going to Maison de Verre, Pierre Chareau’s masterpiece, and the flea markets. Good meals in some famous and not so famous bistros are part of our plans, as well as exploring new streets and neighborhoods. Camera in hand, and a warm scarf around my neck, we are so looking forward to this visit.