Archive for the ‘Barthroom Design’ Category

Last Friday, I attended an event hosted by Hansgrohe where they introduced some of the latest designs to their Axor line and gave some background about the designers who have provided so much of the inspiration.  The international team of All-Stars is comprised of Philippe Starck, Antonio Citterio, Jean-Marie Massaud, Patricia Urquiola, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and Pheonix Design (Tom Schonherr and Andreas Haug).  It was really a cool presentation, yet, (more…)


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Hey Guys ~

I thought I’d pull one out of the archives for you here.  This one has always been one of my favorites.  The owners found this little gem and started right in transforming it into a place of their own.  Tucked away in the serene Loring Heights community just west of Atlanta, this bungalow offered up a ton of potential.  In a course of two separate projects, we came in to create a master bedroom / bathroom addition and renovate the kitchen.  In part I, we’ll explore the master bath.  I think the reason that I like this remodel so much is because you will not find one ounce of “Fluff” anywhere in it.  I apologize that we do not have any quality before pictures.  Not sure what we were thinking there.  But, since it’s the weekend, we’ll keep it lite and just give you the finished product.


Such A Very Well Composed Space

As you can see, even though we are working in some tight quarters, a rich and elegant ensemble is achieved throughout.

All the Pieces Fit Perfectly


Love the Medicine Cabinets


Simply Styling


Every Inch is Carefully Planned


And Storage Space is No Longer a Problem


Warm Tones, Sleek Stylings, Classic Hardware and Cool Feet.


Gotta Have the Do-Dad Shelf

And, now for the crowning jewel.

Talk About Luxe


The Fixture Selection is Spot On.


Here's to the Showering Experience ~ Raining Down

 Every room of this home has been renovated and customized to truly represent the homeowners individual personalities.  And, in the end, we have a space with a harmonious continuity that is warm, unique, expressive, comfortable and well composed.  I can’t wait to share with you Part II where we will showcase what we were able accomplish with the limited galley kitchen.
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You know, I love the Spectacular Transformation.  Whether it plays out in our own Lives or in our Homes, there are times when we all can find ourselves in a rut.  A little bit out of date, kind of worn down, definitely in need of some polishing.  The homeowners of this Roswell beauty found themselves in just this sort of predicament.  Although, other areas of the Home had been renovated to change with their changing lifestyle, the Master Bath had long been overlooked.

Here's Her Vanity



And His


The shower was tucked back in this dark corner


Flanked by this Stylish Sunken Tub


And Separarted by the "Throne Room"...Of Coarse

We made a few simple modifications to the layout, but, for the most part, did not move a lot of stuff around.

And Here We Are


The Window Now Assumes It's Proper Place of Prominence


We Customized the Shower Components to Meet the Clients Wishes


The Zig Zag Shower Tile Pattern is Repeated out on the Main Bathroom Floor in a Rug


Her New Vanity With All That Extra Storage


And His. Yeah, We Always Get the Short End of the Stick

The Master Closets also gained New Life.

Before We Had 2 Broken Up His and Her Closets


And then there was One. I just Love that Custom Pocket Door.


To The Right


And The Left


To The Right


And The Left

Oh Well, you get the picture.  While we were on the job, we also renovated the Guest Powder Room and removed all of the popcorn ceiling treatment throughout the home.
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