Posts tagged Bathroom
Bohemian Meets Luxe Master Bathroom – Reveal!

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I love how my client's master bedroom turned out, but their en suite bath really has my heart. The luxury of such a spacious bathroom isn't something most of us may ever enjoy, but when I walked into their room and caught my first glimpse of that free-standing claw foot tub, surrounded by walls of windows and all that glorious natural light, I knew it could be something special!

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New Year, New Client Master Suite Renovation – The Before

I love starting a new year with a new client project! 

I've been working with the best couple, updating and partially renovating their master bedroom and bathroom. Their home is a three-story charmer nestled in a historic urban neighborhood, boasting all the glorious old-home character you'd expect. And their decorating efforts, visible throughout the main living areas, perfectly reflect their colorful personalities and design sensibilities. But, as is the case for most of us, their bedroom hadn't yet received the same level of decorative attention.

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Making the Most of a Bad Rental Bathroom Part II

Though I started working on our upstairs bathroom almost four years ago, it took this long to post about it because I still have so many hangups about where it's at. I mean, it's not great; even the after leaves a lot to be desired. But as a renter, it's just part of the deal – learning to reimagine some shortcomings (and, more realistically, ignore the permanent ones). For a more complete breakdown of our bathroom's specific eyesores check out Part I here.

And here's how it looks now!

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Making the Most of a Bad Rental Bathroom – Part I

Four years ago, this was the first room I attempted to update upon moving in to our rental duplex. Having previously occupied a slew of apartments – all boasting charming vintage bathrooms, each cuter than the last – our good-fortune finally ran out. It's not completely horrific, and we're graced with a downstairs bathroom, so no one but Luke and I really have to see this one. But the reality is we use it all the time and the small cluster of sad design choices make it a big bummer.

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