E_150720.batch1_01.smI LOVE this cabinetry

E_150720.batch1_02.smCreative use of space to create a shower

E_150720.batch1_06.smWho is that taking the photo?

E_150720.batch2_11.smNice – ironwork to partition the toilet form the sink

E150720.batch3_13.smSquare sinks!

E_150720.batch5_05.smNice open space for linens below the sink


150417.bathrooms.add.1.smThe shower merges with the bathroom without walls … and a view …  in, and out!

2.bathroomdetails.1_6068Natural materials in the bathroom, of course! Basins carved out of rock, placed on gorgeous red wood..

2.bathroomdetails.2_0636This sink is made with a form of cement. Surfaces left “rough”. Love it!

2.bathroomdetails.3_0728Why have cabinets built? Go out and find an antique dresser and have marble cut into a sink.

2.bathroomdetails.4_3036Concrete bathtub by Kundig. Need I say more? Okay- that Mexican floor rug as accent is brilliant!

2.bathroomdetails.5_3037Plexi glass shower enclosure made even more raw and beautiful with the concrete floors …

2.bathroomdetails.6_3038Yep. That’s me with my client. Although, notice the asymmetric custom designed drawers below the sink.
2.bathroomdetails.7_4447Got to love “tone on tone”: textured white and light grey walls, a white-white sink, white and grey tile floors, gray accented wall.

13.DIFF.IN.DETAILS.6_3039Concrete tub.