Here’s the bathroom from the same home as the kitchen previously posted. Same terrific use of materials, but with the freshness of small subway tile added for good measure.
Originally posted here: Bernal Heights Beauty.
This glimpse of a bathroom has been on my “What is Masculine Design?” page for a couple of years now–it was one of the first images I gravitated to when starting up the site. Get ready for a bit of a retrospective week featuring kitchens and baths next week, as I will be leading up to my appearances at KBIS2013 this time next week. Should be fun!
Via Freunde von Freunden.
Sometimes I run low on inspiration; seems like every site and tumblr is running the same set of images and I’m left without knowing where to turn. Happily, today when that happened I remembered this image–it’s one I carried around for months as my phone wallpaper and it’s a big part of what inspired me to start this site. Thank you Blake Dollahite for being part of the original small group of designers and craftspeople who (unknowingly) helped push me in this direction.
Via Rural Theory.
Adding art can be one of those conundrums that stop you in your tracks, but it’s no secret that since art—like beauty—is in the eye of the beholder, it’s the perfect way to showcase your personality in your home. Let’s take a look at some of the ways this has been accomplished using unexpected items and objects as art and self-expression.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
I’ve posted here before about the joys of being inspired by travels—especially by the great design ideas you can get from top hotels around the globe. Today it’s time to travel to my favorite US destination: Austin, Texas, and to learn from the modern design and décor mastery on display at the Kimber Modern Hotel.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.