Enjoy some eye candy via some beautiful spaces impeccably captured by San Francisco photographer Ed Ritger. Items to note: the chairs above – cool idea to paint just the part above table level, and the nooses for bathtub toiletries is pretty damn creative.
God forbid you should need a book at the bottom of the pile.
love the loft with the brick walls. i am assuming the towers of books are on sapien shelves. or i'd hope so! 🙂
It was such a pleasure providing the custom bathroom wall mural for this project! Thanks for posting such beautiful images.
I am looking for a tiny clawfoot tub like the one shown. Any idea of who made it?
Sorry Jamie I don't have any idea
The bathroom is amusing, the sense of joi de vie is palpable in the scatter of angles, etc. Unfortunately, the tiny cuteness of the tub does away with about 2-ft of prime bathing room. leaving very little wet space to entice an adult into folding themselves small. Sometimes being different just for the sake of being different is a waste of creativity. As for taking a shower… well, there's ropes creatively knotted around the rod. It does look wonderful, though — someone knows their knots. The busy-busy-busy TV room might suffer from the same sort of 'appearance over practicality' decision; when you're less then six feet from the telly, with a reflective surface immediately behind you, do you truly need multiple immense speakers aimed at your face? If I were looking for a constant presence in every detail, this is the way I'd go. A 'Kilroy was here' claiming, evident in every dipped chair, zazzy strip of introduced color, funky bit of eye-candy. Take those away, and what you'd generally have would be well-balanced and peaceful mastery of design. Which works for me, where that huge white box doesn't. 🙂 One thing though — every image is warm, very personal and welcoming. Where there is delight to be found, Mr. Ritger finds the perfect angle to display the fun.