It's finally outdoor shower time at our place so the search for inspiration is on. I know, I know, it's the perfect time as we are winding down the summer here but either way it's going in. I'm set up for exposed plumbing and I want simple. So here are some of my thoughts. I'll report back with the final outcome as soon as we throw this badboy together. The 2nd photo down (the blue fez tile) is a fav because my sweet wife put this in our farmhouse bath and it's pretty badass.
via here and here
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Friday, October 17, 2014
Feeling some inspiration this morning and jumping back in after a really long nap. A little client research along with some inspiration from my sweet wife on the current project we are working to complete. This place on the southwest side of Michigan sparked some attention. Simple yet crisp and creative. White is king here, however they toned it down with stains and subtle accents in furnishings and cabinetry.
A make-up of fresh new contemporary design ideas while still incorporating the existing structure.
Scrap, clean, bolt and paint. Well, not always that easy but as you can see they found a way to bring all those elements to life. Exposed trusses, structural beam and pipe columns.
Check the old school roll-up shades in the windows.
The before and after. Have that vision and stick with it.
Friday, July 26, 2013
Thursday, July 25, 2013
the dogs. The designers killed it here incorporating the 2 sets side by side and tying all of the interior lines together. The shapes and patterns from structure and furniture all play off one another. The best part, in my opinion, is the handrail. Safety first for the pooch. You can also check this post over at Fred Flare.
Monday, July 8, 2013
Professional Remodeler mag. You can check it out here.
Sunday, July 7, 2013
A guest quarters/sheep shearers cottage with modern lines, rustic industrial finishes and crazy scenic views. This place is hot. Handcrafted details throughout from the metal shelving to the wood clad interior walls.
The volume is fresh and well showcased with geometric design.
via contemporist and archdaily
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
limited space? No problem here. This long hall/corridor was quickly converted into a library with a few rows of shelving and a bench. It ties in well with the badass, 100 year old mosaic flooring too. Also a genius little design idea with the desk lamps on the ceiling. A creative touch to providing directional lighting in the space. This post also ran here.