This soft blue master bathroom features a rectangular, freestanding bathtub positioned in front of two windows, allowing natural light to flood the space. Brushed nickel fixtures are used in the bathtub, while a metal storage shelf is positioned nearby, providing a spot for stowing towels.
This bathroom features an all-over marble tile with a neutral color palette. The sink and shower areas share similar brushed metal fixtures, while the reflection in a mirror above the vanity shows a rainfall shower head at the opposite end of the glass-enclosed shower.
This minimalist kitchen features a spacious white island with wood and metal stools. A marble backsplash lines the wall behind the stove, while brushed nickel hardware and fixtures add finishing touches.
Pure Design Interiors inset a contemporary-styled floating vanity into this small space to create a functional and apportioned area for their clients. The dark wood of the vanity contrasts well with the softer tones of the walls, countertop and lighting fixtures to provide a warm and rich aesthetic. Simple brushed metal pulls complete the look.
In this distinct kitchen design by Susan Serra, the brushed metal table and glass countertops are counterbalanced by the warmth of wood cabinets, hardwood floors and distinct color accents. The gorgeous hand-blown cobalt blue pendants, with natural imperfections, are scene stealers and add artisan appeal to a contemporary setting. "Natural materials in lighting fixtures such as reclaimed wood and distressed metals also add that authentic element we crave," says Serra. "Imperfections are desired and coveted...in context, of course!"
It is simple in its design, yes, but this white subway tile that lines this shower also projects strength while serving as a backdrop for the more extravagant toile wallpaper found outside its door. The tile, grouted in gray, has a slightly brilliant finish that contrasts with the brushed metal finish of the shower hardware. The overhead showerhead and the handheld fixture are functional features of the design as well as the cut-out cubby for products,