A his-and-hers workspace is not only practical, it allows each to have their own style. By creating two separate desks that connect in the corner, the couple can work together without competing for space or style.
The Blehm's master bedroom strikes the perfect balance of masculine and feminine energies. The palette compliments the rest of the house but is decidedly more subtle and conducive to rest. Angela takes risks in her design, but always makes room for the classics. For example, the blue velvet bed is flanked by red geometric night tables but finished with classic crisp white bedding. The homeowner admitted that she has trouble committing to patterned area rugs, therefore she typically uses white.... except for in the master. This one is a rich blue, modern take on an animal print. The master bedroom walls are Benjamin Moore, Cumulous Cloud, as is the master bathroom. That shared color creates consistency throughout their master suite.
The master is now modern with neutral Terrazzo tile floors and a custom vanity with under mounted his and hers sinks. A beautiful mirror, lined with tiny lamps, stretches the length of the vanity adding depth and dimension.
His-and-hers dressing rooms are a convenient feature of this historic Brooklyn townhouse, fully renovated for modern living. Built-in cabinets in this closet are made from reclaimed floor joists found on-site and add warmth to the space.
This customized closet was designed by Mosaik Design & Remodeling of Portland, Ore., to meet the needs of a couple that travels frequently. The his-and-hers islands with tops made of Calacatta marble are just the right height for packing and include benches for comfort and ease when putting on shoes. A built-in ironing board and toiletry organizers are hidden behind the soft white traditional cabinetry. We love the two unique, glittering chandeliers.
Sophisticated and serene, the master bathroom shines with chrome hardware, a latte color scheme and high-tech features. White quartz countertops on his-and-hers vanities complement the gray finish of the cabinetry. Double mirrors are custom-designed to match the vanities. "We wanted the mirrors to be simple yet appropriate for the room," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
The new vanity in the only bathroom in the little condo that Aubrey and Bristol Marunde renovated together, the vanity colors came in wrong but ended up looking like it was meant to be, as seen on Flip or Flop Vegas.