Natalie Clayman sure knows how to create some drama in a bathroom, again with colour and pattern. These bathrooms are sure to shock visitors when they open the door. And I guarantee when the initial shock wears off, it will be followed by a smile.
I want to soak in that tub up under the eaves watching the clouds scoot across the sky above my head. The simple pleasures in life. Bathroom by Manhattan based interior designer Ashley Darryl.
Modern, sophisticated, casual, grand, vibrant, colourful, calm, dramatic, private, public, genius. An amazing award winning interior by Arent & Pyke in collaboration with TFAD. Photography by Anson Smart.
Every month an email arrives from Inside Out magazine’s Managing Editor Lee Tran Lam and every month I get excited. The sneak peeks from inside the latest issue of the magazine are always amazing. Today she sent my dream home. I have wanted this particular space ever since I first spotted it in a previous incarnation as Lynda Gardener‘s home. Now it belongs to someone else (boo hoo not me) and I think I love it even more.
This is the home of artist Saskia Folk – whose “pick and mix style” is encapsulated by all the highly original items tucked into her place. There’s a couch decked in “country check”, a giant ice-cream light guarding the bottom of her stairs, a kitchen island bench made from old basketball flooring and kitchen cabinetry constructed from old meter boxes found in the Australian outback. Styling by Heather Nette King, photography by Derek Swalwell, from March issue of Inside Out.
Saskia you’ll have to move out because I’m moving on in! Can’t wait to see more in this month’s issue out tomorrow. Don’t fret if you aren’t in Australia though. You can read along on Zinio, Google Play, the Apple Newsstand and Nook.
I loved the bathrooms by mckimm in the last post. Definitely digging this glimpse at another they have designed. Tiles, towel rack, floors. Fab.