Tag Archives: Inspiration

I’ve made a decision: A little drama in the bath is a very good thing. Everyone knows I’m a proponent of white baths — and there are so many exquisite ones — but somehow a bath clad in dark tile or paint just feels new and exciting. Perhaps a better way to describe it would be romantic, or maybe even moody.

  /     /     /     /  
0

There is much inspiration to be found on the newsstands this fall. In the October 2015 issue of Architectural Digest, be sure to flip to the bath that Nate Berkus, the hip and talented young designer, created for his own house. I was immediately attracted to the book-matched stone feature wall.

  /     /     /     /     /     /     /  
0

I love so many things about the three baths pictured here. All were created by Alexandra and Michael Miscczynski of the firm Interiors/Atelier AM (I highly recommend picking up a copy of their book). This young California couple with an eclectic style is able to assemble objects and furniture from all over the world and seamlessly bring them together in an honest and straightforward way. Clearly, this is not as simple as it seems — a sophisticated, educated eye is required to achieve such a sense of harmony and balance within an architectural environment.

  /     /     /  
0

Whenever I’m traveling between meetings or en route to our Waterworks showroom, I am obsessed with taking photographs of New York from every angle. From the street there are always surprises in small bites. But even views from 20 floors up capture long vistas and exploit the density of the city. I use only my iPhone for these photo ops, and am amazed by the quality of the images.

  /     /     /  
0