The serenity of the riverbed flows into the shower area of this space. Designers created the floor of the shower to mimic the natural beauty of a stone riverbed, while the glass tile on the shower walls uses muted, earthy tones to to compliment the colors of the stone floor.
The stream that bisects this family's front yard is as elegant and peaceful as any stream found naturally occurring. Designed to mimic a stream that might be found in the mountains around the home, small stones line the riverbed, while large stones are placed around the river to give it boundaries, but also to make it look more natural.
The focal point of this contemporary living room is the fireplace at the front of the space. To make it stand out, designers covered the facade in rounded riverbed stones to create a smooth, unique look to complement the rest of the room's design.
The bathtub in this spa bathroom gets a little bit of privacy with a unique architectural feature. To shield bathers from the eyes of others, a horseshoe shaped wall conceals the modern bathtub that lies behind it. The wall is decorated to look like a natural stone riverbed with natural wood trim to make this space relaxing and inviting.
Designers paid a great deal of attention to the details of this space. With nature as their inspiration, the backsplash was made to look like a natural stone riverbed. The shelves were crafted out of natural wood, while the live edge brings the raw beauty of nature into the space.
Tamara Hubinsky’s mission for this design was to create a hideout for the 9-year-old boy that would still accommodate him as he matured. The bookshelf stairs were custom designed to provide storage and utilize precious bedroom space. The stairs also add structure to the loft bed, which is important for kids’ rooms that are subject to lots of movement and heavy use. Small stair carpet treads (in a stone, riverbed pattern) add comfort and safety.