I’ve been working on building up some of my Pinterest boards, particularly for kitchen and bathroom inspiration, over the past year and thought it would be fun to share some of my favorites every week. I may share a few pins that were popular with my followers and a few that I’m particularly drawn to.
There are some interesting details in this European bathroom. You can see from the moldings that it’s probably in an older Pre-War apartment or home. The beveled subway tile and rustic vanity add texture to the space, while the trough sink is a little modern. I won’t speculate on the functionality of this set-up, but it makes for a charming image.
I’ve had a designer crush on Naomi of the blog and design company Design Manifest for quite some time now. She is an incredibly talented kitchen designer who works in the family business with her father outside of Philadelphia. For the last One Room Challenge, she redesigned her own apartment kitchen. I love the combination of materials, contrast between black and white, and the touches of brass, especially around the upper cabinet doors.
This was one of my most popular pins of the last few weeks. I’ve seen this technique of transitioning floor tile into wood several times now (most recently on an episode of America’s Most Desperate Kitchens), and I’m not quite sure how I feel about it.
There is so much to love about this bathroom designed by Studio Muir. The floor is incredible, and the waterfall edge on the stone countertop perfectly complements the contemporary design of the vanity.
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