it’s the little things that can make a big statement in a room…
Or maybe it’s a back shelf at the end with the faucet that would be more functional. We’re already planning to put the faucet in the entrance to the shower but we haven’t begun the shelf discussion. Love the different option for placing the shelf. There is a window on their back wall so the shelf would have to go on either end. Hmmm… now to discuss with the clients how the bathroom would best suit their needs.
Working on a little bathroom design, digging into all the little details to keep things simple and functional. The bathroom doesn’t have a lot of space so every inch counts. Keeping this shelf design in mind as I plan out the shower.
Not everything has to be white in order to look simple, sophisticated and clean. This room with the dark walls adds personality and warmth to the minimal space. Then throw in a fun pop of color for those who need a bit of patter and color in your life, perfection!
… Now if only my fig tree looked that healthy!
We all have things. And some of these things are meaningful to us, spark memories and emotions and are things that we like to look at. I always say these items should be heavily considered during the design process and a plan for displaying them should be sought out. One of my favorite ways to displaying these type of items is in an office (or kids bedroom for their art creations). The perfect display is with wall to wall magnet board, chalk board or even a cork board. I’m always drawn to the cork board for it’s rich texture and this picture demonstrates perfectly how functional and simple it can be!
New chargeable lights coming to Ikea in April and the design is lovely. Don’t let a great combo of function and design get away without making a purchase. Can’t wait to get my hands on one!
On the hunt for this rug. When you find a rug that works and would fit with many color palettes you just can’t pass it up! Rug, rug, where art thou rug???