Over at COCOCOZY, L.A. Designer Alison Blumenfeld shares her thoughts on what makes a bathroom an inviting space to spend time. She has some fresh ideas to consider when renovating your bath...like even placing the tub in the bedroom!
When you move into a new place - whether starting a new lease or making a purchase - it invariably seems the windows could use a good washing. It's a detail we are always eager to address once the interior of the home is reasonably set up.
Many innovative and artistic cabinets were shown at Design Miami / Basel 2010 — most of which are one-of-a-kind or limited edition and will not be mass-produced. Here are some of the stand-out designs...
"Inspire, Motivate, Realize" is the mission at Kiva Kitchen and Bath, with locations in Texas and California. This state-of-the-art showroom caters to professional architects and builders, but still offers valuable service and sales for homeowners. Start here to visualize your kitchen or bathroom remodel and to benefit from the highly trained sales team.
When she's not lounging at her insanely cool cabin by the sea, Studiomama — aka Nina Tolstrup — is busy in her… studio. Featured on Dezeen is her new Reveal storage and display cabinet — a piece perfect for displaying your favorite objet d'art, and hiding your mess.
Q: We've just updated our mid-century apartment (removed popcorn ceilings and replaced the 1959 ubiquitous apartment parquet with 5-inch teak), and now would like to replace all the cheap interior doors with a heavier, more modern style door. The picture is of the door style that we are looking for, but would like some direction on where to find them. We might need custom, as our doors are floor to ceiling, without an area of wall above them (if that makes sense!). This seems like such a simple problem, yet I can't find a good resource. Thanks for any help offered!