Bathroom Design Ideas with Red Cabinets
Guest bathroom with walk in shower, subway tiles, red vanity, and a concrete countertop. Photographer: Rob Karosis
WAMO Studio Architects
Bold colors make this master bath a lively space. Photo by Lou Novick
MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
Summary of Scope: gut renovation/reconfiguration of kitchen, coffee bar, mudroom, powder room, 2 kids baths, guest bath, master bath and dressing room, kids study and playroom, study/office, laundry room, restoration of windows, adding wallpapers and window treatments Background/description: The house was built in 1908, my clients are only the 3rd owners of the house. The prior owner lived there from 1940s until she died at age of 98! The old home had loads of character and charm but was in pretty bad condition and desperately needed updates. The clients purchased the home a few years ago and did some work before they moved in (roof, HVAC, electrical) but decided to live in the house for a 6 months or so before embarking on the next renovation phase. I had worked with the clients previously on the wife's office space and a few projects in a previous home including the nursery design for their first child so they reached out when they were ready to start thinking about the interior renovations. The goal was to respect and enhance the historic architecture of the home but make the spaces more functional for this couple with two small kids. Clients were open to color and some more bold/unexpected design choices. The design style is updated traditional with some eclectic elements. An early design decision was to incorporate a dark colored french range which would be the focal point of the kitchen and to do dark high gloss lacquered cabinets in the adjacent coffee bar, and we ultimately went with dark green.
Photography by Jared Kuzia
Julia Chasman Design
Photo by Bret Gum Chinoiserie wallpaper from Schumacher Paint color "Blazer" Farrow & Ball Lights by Rejuvenation Wainscoting
Le rouge, le blanc et le gris caractérisent cette petite salle de douche parentale complètement redécorée avec un carrelage identique au sol et au mur permettant d'agrandir visuellement l'espace. Un carrelage gris avec des ondulations légères complété par de la mosaïque complémentaire sur le sol de la douche. Le mur de séparation entre la douche et le meuble lavabo a été remplacé par une paroi de douche agrandissant également visuellement l'espace. Un meuble lavabo en finition laquée couleur tomette dynamise ce petit espace. Un petit placard fait sur mesure au dessus des toilettes permet de libérer l'espace. Crédit Photo: Mon oeil dans la Déco
Фото — Михаил Лоскутов
Farinelli Construction, Inc.
Falken Reynolds Interiors
After living in their 1,300 square foot condo for about twenty years it was a time for something new. Rather than moving into a cookie-cutter development, these clients chose to embrace their love of colour and location and opted for a complete renovation instead. An expanded “welcome home” entry and more roomy closet space were starting points to rework the plan for modern living. The kitchen now opens onto the living and dining room and hits of saturated colour bring every room to life. Oak floors, hickory and lacquered millwork provide a warm backdrop for new and refurbished mid-century modern classics. Solid copper pulls from Sweden, owl wallpaper from England and a custom wool and silk rug from Nepal make the client’s own Venetian chandelier feel internationally at home. Photo: Lucas Finlay