Pink Attic Bathroom
An attic bathroom addition honors the craftsman style of the rest of the house while bringing in modern elements.
A double sink under the eaves.
A creative use of space for the shower.
Accordion mirrors and champagne bronze faucets.
Built-in shelves add cute storage.
The ledge behind the toilet is perfect for decor.
Plants and art freshen up the space.
Shower built under the eaves.
Carrera marble countertop and brass fixtures.
Pink is a neutral.
Accordion mirrors solve a slanted ceiling dilemma.
The six foot double vanity is perfect for two people.
Shelves built into the studs.
Vaulted attic shower.
Creative attic bathroom addition with black hex tile floors and white subway tiles.
Who doesn’t love a wicker elephant planter?
Calm, Neutral Bedroom
This bedroom design relies on neutrals with colorful accents from art and textiles to create a calming space.
Snake plant and sputnik flush mount.
The DIY headboard adds both color and softness.
Flamingo sheets lighten the mood and reflect the playful character of the owner.
An antique nightstand gives character.
The art is a picture from the owner’s travels.
The upholstered headboard helps soften the space.
White walls keep the space calm.
A flushmount sputnik adds interest to this calm room.
Bright and Cheery Budget Bathroom
A deep blue bathroom shows that even when there are still elements a home-owner might want to swap out, a lot can be done to make the space look great until there is the budget for a larger renovation. While the floors need to be replaced and the wall tile is less than ideal, the original teal tub looks intentional through selection of complementary colors. It’s impossible to be sad in this cheery space!
Bright colors and fun art make this an exciting space.
A collection of colorful art.
The handprinted Otomi shower curtain provides oodles of character.
Every bathroom needs a rhino.
And a Highland “coo.”
A budget friendly light fixture makes the room more interesting.
The wall paint compliments the teal of the original tub.
The artwork across from the medicine cabinet is visible in the mirror.
Rachel painted this.
Rachel also painted this. The colors are great with the walls and the shower curtain.
Moody, Introspective, and Masculine Apartment Plan
This is a room plan that is currently being executed in the client’s apartment. The client wants a moody, introspective space where he can practice his violin and research the stock market. The colors reflect the client’s love for temperate forests, while the velvet curtains evoke his love of tapestries in castles.