Here’s a lovely French country bathroom, replete with distressed furniture and an antique style sink and faucet. I like the how the pink floor mat provides an injection of color.
The always bubbly Decor8 blog has a little Q&A with blogger Anna Dorfman (of Door Sixteen) about her bathroom remodel in her 19th century home in Newburgh, NY. The entire remodel came in just under $6,000.
If you've ever wanted to combine the rush of going down a ski jump with the rush of going to the bathroom, this intriguing powder room setup might be just for you.
Last summer I was introduced to a great spot in Brooklyn called the Habana Outpost. It’s a bar, it’s a marketplace for local retailers and most importantly, it’s a bastion of green living and social consciousness.
An open-plan kitchen can be a great way to keep your living space feeling large and free-flowing. An open-plan bathroom can be a great way to keep guests in your home feeling completely uncomfortable. But in some boutique hotels, bathrooms with clear walls and full exposure are in full bloom, as this NY Times article by Audrey Tempelsman points out.