Modern Wall Colour Designs & Ideas
HMH Architecture + Interiors
Photo by: Andrew Pogue Photography
Oceanside Glass & Tile
True Artisan Heritage Oceanside Glasstile was founded in 1992 with a boundless spirit of innovation, a passion for hot glass and a new vision for the tile industry — creating luxury glass tile using recycled bottle glass. As pioneers of handcrafted glass tile we continue to pursue timeless design that preserves, honors and furthers our true artisan heritage.
lee luxford a+d
Nic Owen Architects
Making the World Beautiful
Bathroom combination of the grey and light tiles with walking shower and dark wood appliance.
Elizabeth Strianese Interiors LLC
Custom white oak shiplap wall paneling to the ceiling give the vanity a natural and modern presence.. The large trough style sink in purple onyx highlights the beauty of the stone. With Niche Modern pendant lights and Vola wall mounted plumbing. Photography by Meredith Heuer
James Merrell Architects, P.C.
Christopher Polly Architect
Brett Boardman Photography
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
Design Objectives: - Create a restful getaway - Create updated contemporary feel - Provide a large soaking tub - Take advantage of soaring vaulted ceiling to create drama Special Features - Ceiling mounted pendant lighting on angled vaulted ceiling - Wall hung vanities with lighted toe kick - Custom plinth block provides deck for roman faucet - Easy to maintain porcelain tile floor & quartz countertops - Rainhead & personal body sprays in bath Cabinetry: Jay Rambo, Door style - Torino, Finish - Canadian Oak. Tile: Main floor - Exedra Calacatta Silk, Shower floor - Exedra Calacatta, Shower walls, plinth & ceiling - Exedra Callacatta Silk Plumbing: Tub - MTI, Faucets - Danze, Sinks - Kohler, Toilet - Toto Countertops: Material - Silestone Hanstone Bianco Canvas, Edge profile - Square Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photo by: Dawn Jackman For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
Photo by Francesca Iovene © Officina Magisafi
Michael Tauber Architecture
This tight spaced bath room was made to feel larger through the use of up and down light in a cove in the mirrored wall hung medicine cabinet and through a frameless glass shower enclosure. Space under the sink serves as towel storage and multi level roll out shelf provides additional storage near the sink. Photo: Bay Area VR - Eli Poblitz
Kreis Grennan Architecture
Guest WC Photography by: Douglas Frost