Fayetteville homeowner Erin Bridges called upon designer Chris Goddard’s expertise after old man winter caused an unexpected bathroom renovation. Goddard, owner of Goddard Design Group, was already familiar with Bridges’ “classic, but with a twist” personal style, so he created a chic, sleek space with a transitional style. “I repeated several variations of three shapes–a circle, a twist, and a graphic line–to give the space layers and keep the eye moving,” Goddard explains. Pops of gold along with bold artwork add a touch of yellow—homeowner Erin Bridges’ favorite color—to the otherwise gray and white bath. The room’s style factor increased exponentially after this renovation, thanks to Goddard. Follow the links to shop the look with us. Read the full story online here or find a copy of the September “Kitchen & Bath” issue on newsstands.
This morning, we’re inspired by the mix of blues and gray used in this Little Rock master bathroom remodel. Scott Paterek and Tammie Weaver of Massimo Interior Design worked in close collaboration with the owners of a riverfront Little Rock home to renovate their master bathroom. Leslie Tetrev of Inside Effects offered her expertise in selecting natural surfaces. The team chose floor-to-ceiling glass tiles to wrap the room in two tones of grayish blue, creating a soothing, watery effect. When the homeowners approached Paterek with the idea of using blue hues—in a home otherwise decorated almost exclusively in neutrals—he knew that the palette he chose would need to carry a lot of gray, in order to avoid a jarring transition into the space. Read the full story online here or find a copy of the September “Kitchen & Bath” issue on newsstands.
In the mood for more? Scroll down to find our inspiration board below, which includes a mix of images and paint colors we gathered from around the web, all inspired by this blue-hued tiled master bathroom.
Patricia and Barry Solomon’s modern and colorful home designed by Taggart Design Group is full of unexpected design elements. The master bathroom features his and her sides with two vanities that are opposite. Patricia’s side, seen here, includes a soaking tub with views of the property, which is accented by a shimmering mosaic backsplash. On Barry’s side, you’ll find a spacious tiled walk-in shower. Talk about a beautiful space to relax! We are definitely inspired by this space and hope you are too. Do you have a tiled wall in your bathroom? What color of mosaic tiles did you choose? Read the full story online in the January/February issue here or find a copy on newsstands.