This elegant bath was carefully crafted with repeating tapered shapes, angled bench seat, and tapered shape light fixtures. Other special features of the bathroom include a minimal curb and envelope pattern shower with linear drain.
I recommend measuring the space where the fretwork panels will go and cutting according to your measurements. Measure, mark and cut X pieces, mitering the ends at a 45º angle. Instead of using a tape measure, it is best to hold the boards in place, mark and cut to size to ensure the most precise fit.
Next, cut the 8” pieces, mitering the ends at a 45º angle, not parallel, then attach to the X pieces with wood glue. Clamp and let dry.
Optional: toenail 1-1/4” brad nails to secure the pieces together. Toenailing is simply driving a nail at an angle through a board.
A winding path leads to this charming, tucked-away covered patio, featuring long built-in benches and comfortable armchairs. Its angle facing the house and ocean make sure that guests get both an intimate setting and the incredible view.
An angled window inside the shower of this transitional master retreat exposes the canopies of oak trees. The natural stone shower features a dramatic bench in a contrasting color that's extra long for maximum function.
Comfortable woven furniture is angled to encourage conversation and allow guests to enjoy a stone fireplace and wooded view on this elegant patio. A stone bench takes the place of a traditional hearth, offering additional seating for guests. Soft pillows add comfort, and tall candelabras serve as "walls" to further define the space.
Matching blue sofas mirror one another for a space that's symmetrical and fabulous. However, it's the windows that star in this comfortable living room. They surround the room, bringing light in from all angles. The zebra print bench is a fun conversation piece, and the flokati area rug adds warmth, comfort and a little bit of funk.