Now that I have your undivided attention – no melted chocolate, just paint! The master bath in this Illinois Victorian is contrast of brilliant white and creamy brown. The paneled lower walls and crown moulding are painted bright white. The upper walls, even the ceiling, are painted a dramatic dark chocolate – a bold move [...]
Repurpose an antique sideboard into a one-of-a-kind masterpiece for the bath. DD2′s master bathroom remodel has been put on hold while we play the waiting game – the vanity is on backorder until mid-April. Although I keep revisiting the option of repurposing a vintage piece, I don’t think it’s the right choice for her house. [...]
The desire to create an illusion of more space should never override function. I was enamored with interior designer Melanie Pounds’ home when it was featured in a local Birmingham, Alabama magazine – especially her White Oak Cottage Kitchen. Despite having two children and two pets, the couple purchased a small cottage and relied on [...]
Finding its way from the barnyard into the main house, this material has some homeowners crowing. When we were building our cottage, I mentioned using chicken wire on two hutches in our kitchen. I was met with a blank stare. Would it have sounded better in French or Italian? Probably not in my southern accent. [...]
Use an unexpected color scheme and furnishings to add personality to a space. This Fourth of July baby usually shies away from red, white and blue interiors, but this master bath soaker has me searching for my Mr Bubble. The deep blue double slipper tub is an unanticipated color choice by designer Mary Watkins Woods. [...]
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