This morning a pair of roman shades were installed in my client's grand kids room. We wanted to match the bedding she purchased so we used two shower curtains and ties from the collection, added pretty delicate beading and was able to make something special and custom that matched the rest of the room.
Today, I had a relaxed roman shade installed that totally made my client's week. We laughed because it's installed in her closet...so she's really the only one who will be able to enjoy it but you know what...everyone deserves a little happy!
As a designer, I rarely have the time to work on my own home (it seems) although my husband would probably disagree…We have renovated and updated a majority of our 1950's ranch here in Nashville and have only the mudroom and playroom left to work on. Over the past few weeks, my amazing cabinet guy has installed the built in I designed for A's playroom. Today, he's very sweetly doing some additional upgrades like trim, demoing an old shelf and creating a dutch door out of the existing door.
Since her soon to be playroom is a hot mess with boxes of books and furniture strewn about, I thought I'd wait till it was complete to show you pictures of it. While baby A is sleeping though, I take some time to dream about some of the decor I want to put in there… Here are a few of the items I'm loving right now…
Here are some of my iPhone pictures I took of bathrooms I designed for clients of Rigid Development while I worked with them.
A modern craftsman master bathroom. Here I chose a dark green/gray cabinet color. I believe it was Dragon's Breath by Benjamin Moore. We also had the mirror trimmed and painted in the same color for extra detail. The plumbing fixtures chosen were the Kohler Bancroft series in Chrome.
For this modern master bath, the client wanted sinks that sat on top of the countertop. I chose one with a low profile but some interest. I loved the tub we used as well.
Here's the powder room in the modern home. I designed a floating cabinet and finished it with a large surface mounted bowl and side faucet. Custom mirrors to match the cabinets.
In this powder room, we played with tile creating a tiled backdrop for the custom stained mirror. We chose a surface mounted bowl and contemporary faucet to finish off the look.
Haha, you'll have to forgive me for the next few pictures. The electricians had to move these sconces several times…but that's part of building a home. These cabinets were custom colored and the tops were all quartz. I loved the faucets we used in these kids baths.
Another cute powder room in a different house. I love the white classic cross handles on the faucet and little bun feet. I remember in this floor, I had to instruct the tile guys to take out every few tiles to place a black one in to reference the granite countertop.
Here's a pretty example of an Arabesque tile from Mission Stone & Tile. When the budget allows, I love to add a panel for extra interest. This was a little girl's bath.
A couple pretty floor details:
And a few pretty tub areas…I loved how we finished out this tub area with board and batton and a chair rail. It gives it a more beach cottage feel.
Thanks for checking out some of my work with me…-sa