How old parquet got a new life. Sliding barn-style doors need not be “found.” They can be fabricated from materials, either reclaimed or new. Consider the lustrous sliding panels in a London apartment [top] constructed from squares of basket-weave oak parquet flooring that was salvaged from a school. Warming up the interior visually was an [...]
A selection of original handcrafted items for the home. Earlier this week in Tubs of Color, Jane touched on the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) currently running in New York City. The show focuses on the latest and greatest from around the globe. Washington State based Grain is introducing their scooped tabletop Dish coffee and [...]
A room wrapped in glass tiles scintillates in the sunlight. Interior designers often refer to powder rooms as little jewel boxes, treating them with bold design elements. But why not also take a design risk in full baths? After all, most are used daily and they should be fabulous too! Covering the floor, walls and [...]
Warm or cool, the focus for contemporary baths is fixtures. ICFF stands for the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, which opened Saturday and runs through tomorrow in New York City. It’s the year’s biggest showcase for contemporary furniture and fixtures on this side of the pond and although it’s huge, it’s always energizing to see all [...]
A quick and easy guide to creating a whole house color scheme or finding the right new hue for a room. It’s prime painting – or repainting – season and each year, as I look forward to updating the house, I find it useful to take a quick refresher course on paint color. This one, [...]
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