I am pretty excited to finally have this project finished. My bathroom is the last of the 2.5 bathrooms in this house to be redone. It still needs new flooring but so do the other bathrooms so that's a project for another time. We're not planning on keeping this house for very long so we can't do too much to the house without thinking of resale but I had to go a little nuts somewhere - and it might as well be my bathroom. This cost about $650 - that's for the sink, faucet, knobs, light fixture, paint, accessories, art, molding around art, mirror, shower curtain...etc. I'm curious to hear your comments.
Todd Oldham is a busy guy. I came across his website Todd Oldham Studio and learned that not only is he an interior designer but he also does photography, graphic design, product design and film/tv/video. I've always admired his work, particularly his bold use of colour. These are my favourite photos from his portfolio.
OMG! These are some talented and innovative folks let me tell ya. Based in Singapore, Ministry of Design's mission is to "disturb, question and redefine the fundamental elements of Space, Ritual & Perception". The following photos are from a hotel, apartment and boutique they designed.
Amy Lau founded Forms of Design and her interiors are organised along modernist principles - balance in scale, texture and colour. Mid-century collections of decorative and fine arts are prominent in the firms work. Amy was a co-founder of Design Miami Fair an invitational design event featuring the most significant post-war to contemporary design galleries. Her interiors are so liveable and tug at my mid century heartstrings. Love this style.
(Sorry - I just can't top a post about a converted garbage truck. Anyhoo....)
Jessica Helgerson is an interior designer who specializes in environmentally sustainable commercial and residential interiors. House Beautiful magazine voted her one of the top 25 young designers in America. Here's a sample of her impressive portfolio.