For the sassy young lady, the Lip Service bathroom at the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2015 is the perfect spot to prepare for the day or relax at the end of it. A cast iron tub is framed with brass wall paneling for a glam spot to soak, while Voutsa's Lips wallpaper adds feminine flair in a bold way.
Brass and jewelry-inspired accents add girly glam to "Lip Service," a bathroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. A herringbone-patterned marble floor adds edge to the design, keeping it from being overwhelmingly feminine.
Wood peeks out from under a marble waterfall counter in this sophisticated kitchen. Lucite barstools tuck neatly under the lip and don't block the view of the wood's pretty texture, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
A deep sunken tub is entered by stepping up from the floor to a marble step. Brown tiles line the walls that surround the tub, which has a lip on which is a small vase filled with white flowers and green foliage.
Relaxation at its finest: a white soaking tub with a custom tumbled tile surround. The wide lip of the surround makes room for towels, fresh-cut flowers and candles, while the bathroom's neutral color palette keeps things nice and soothing.
Wood cabinets with red undertones add rich color against the bright, white walls of this kitchen. A large island with white granite countertop provides work space and an eat-in bar. Modern bar stools feature long seats with short backrest lip. Red place mats, bicycle wall art and kitchen accessories add a color accent.
In order to give your child the perfect clown makeup for Halloween, use a makeup sponge and brush to apply white makeup to just the eyes and nose. Feather the makeup around the outside edges of the face so it fades softly. Use a makeup brush and blue face paint to draw a half circle over one eye following the brow line. Blend the blue and white. Do the same thing to half of the other eye, using red face paint. Next, add yellow face paint to the rest of the eyebrow and the upper lid. Blend slightly. Use a black eyeliner pencil to make a half circle above the child's natural eyebrow, then a line that follows the natural brow. Use a craft brush with red paint to make three small circles on one cheek. On the opposite cheek, draw a large circle with pink face paint. To make a clown mouth, first use red lip liner to line just outside the lips, then fill in. Extend the lines out from the edge of the natural lips and add little circles at the end. Outline lips with black liquid eyeliner. As a final accent, draw some lines just below the lower eyelid. Naturally curly hair (or a wig) is ready to clown around and just needs a nose. Oversized clothes or a clown costume finishes this big-top look.
This unique, marble sink -- shaped somewhat like a fish -- is right at home in a beach house. The sink is built with a recessed prep space, which has a lip to prevent liquids from seeping onto the countertops. It's a perfect spot to cut flowers, slice fruit or pour lemonade into glasses from a too-full pitcher.