Luxurious Bathrooms with Stunning Design Details

When I was in college one of my favorite rooms to design was Master Bathrooms with unique interesting set up. When I design my own home, my personal bathroom will be unbelievable. In the meantime, take a look at some beautiful bathroom designs at the line below.

 

Luxurious Bathrooms With Stunning Design Details

While we may not think of the bathroom as an important part of a home’s overall design, when you have a luxurious, perfectly appointed bathroom, people are going to notice…and you may not be able to get them to leave! The designs in this post come to use from interior designer Ahmed Mady and though each room is distinct, they all carry an essence of ultimate luxury. Go ahead, dip your toe in.  (More..)

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~Laverne

Functional Art

This bathroom looks so amazing. It reminds me of something Antoni Gaudi would do. Check out Lance Jordan Creations to see more work he has done. You can definitely see the time periods from which his works were inspired. Enjoy!

Mosaic Tile Bathroom

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~Laverne

Glass House

 

“Simplicity is when, in the act of creating the dwelling, matter becomes transparent, a medium for aesthetic values, the stage and theater of representation. Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio pursue and achieve their design intention in which glass figures as the unquestioned protagonist, excluding the mediation of supports that would challenge its leading role”.

Source: Santambrogiomilano

 

Check out more images of the house at the website by clicking the source link. You will enjoy how the home captures the landscape from every angle. Enjoy!

 

 

~Laverne

A Little Relaxation Would Be Nice…

It would be nice to have a break from life every now and then, a complete day of relaxation. I am always busy with working at Jcpenney and painting. Don’t get me wrong, painting is relaxing but it is still work. I have today off from Jcp  but I usually spend off  days painting or handling business I usually can not get done because of work. So I guess I will get back to a painting on my next item for my shop and dream of relaxing. I hope everyone is enjoying today regardless if its busy or not. Make the most of it.

Dreaming of Relaxation….

~~Laverne~~

Organic Net as a Third Skin

I am very interested into architecture and interior design. Therefore, I decided to start posting designs that inspire me. Also, please share what designs inspire you and I will feature a few of them at the end of each week. I am very interested in what my viewers have to share.

Recently, I have been inspired by SAKO Architects. It is a Beijing based architecture firm of Japanese architect Keiichiro Sako. They have produced over 70 projects in China, Japan, Korea, Magnolia and Spain. The firm offers more than just architecture and interior design services; they provide graphic design, furniture and urban master planning. Using specific themes found only in China, they have developed an architecture style known as “Chinese Brand Architects.”

One of my  favorite designs by SAKO Architects is the women’s boutique, Romaticism, located in Hangzhou, China

The boutique is an enlarged motif of body and clothes. The organic net from the facade to the inside winding throughout the space acts as a third skin between space and clothes changing into different elements (partitions, furniture, counter, etc…)

Keiichiro Sako describes the design in an interview with movingcities.org:

And what is the basic idea of the design you did for the Romanticism project in Hangzhou?

KS: This was the first shop of the Romanticism brand, which has over 500 shops. The client asked me for a design that no one could copy. There were no other requests. My design style is that if a client has a requirement, I try to get a grip on his thinking and bring it further. As there were no requirements, I questioned the concept of the boutique, the clothes and the relationship between body and space. In the end I designed an organic net winding through the space. Clothes are our second skin, space a third skin, and my design is positioned in between the clothes and space. It’s like a piece of furniture that you can hang clothes on and it changes its shape into partition, counter, chair, furniture as well as railing.

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