French Country Home
It takes a lot of skilled and knowledgeable people working in harmony with the homeowners to create a custom home. Myself, my design team, the builder, all of his crews, vendors, manufacturers, installers, craftsman, etc...etc....all have to work together to make a custom home exactly or better than the client imagined.
So here's a salute to the incredible people that help make this project a tangible, living entity that melts my heart every time I walk through the doors.
*Handmade, hand-cracked tiles in a one-of-a-kind design adorn the walls of this pool bathroom.
*Perfect for your poolside guests, this little bathroom is complete with it's peek-a-boo window in the exterior door.
*The wall mounted vanity saves space in this tight spot as well as adds a beautiful charm to the space without taking away from the special tiles.
*Custom window treatments add a whimsical touch to this space without diminishing the beautiful natural light.
*New and larger scale upholstered host and hostess chairs tie in the existing furnishings with the new ones.
*This built-in vanity looks like a beautiful piece of furniture with it's copper vessel sink, rounded design and furniture-like feet.
*The hexagon shaped floor tile, an unusual wall hanging mirror and mosaic backsplash add fun touch to this commonly used space.
*This beautifully textured ceiling is stunning to look at from either the ground floor or from the Juliet balconies on the second floor. Masterful painting and stencil work make this man's study a perfect place to relax.
To see more of this stunning home, click here!
Fri, August 5, 2011
by Cindy Aplanalp filed under
- interior design,
- window treatments,
- bathroom design,
- tile design,
- French Country,
- faux finish,