Designer Christopher Grubb replaced dark gray and black tiles in this contemporary bathroom with white ones to open up the shower from floor to ceiling. Decorative glass is used on one wall to bring natural light into the shower.
Make clutter appealing to the eye by stocking up on stylish storage containers. Splurge on matching bookshelves, in which to house all your tomes and hobbies. Use warm woods and neutral hues for a refined country look. Design by Christopher Grubb.
"People are having 'stainless steel fatigue' so we are paneling all of the appliances so they disappear and make the space look larger," says Christopher Grubb. Grubb predicts more wood tones and less gray and white for cabinetry over the next year.
Christopher J. Grubb fashioned this regal shower with an Old World feel after an upscale indoor bathroom. The sexy curves and high-quality tile and fixures make it seem as if it was cut straight out of a celebrity's Hollywood villa.
This urban outdoor deck is the epitome of fun and entertaining. The flooring was custom painted to mimic the hardwood flooring from inside, blurring the interior and exterior space. Poised next to the outdoor glass fireplace, the seating is smaller in scale and sustainable in its fabrication. A putting green is 1,200 feet above street level with a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean.