Displaying posts labeled "Tile"

Garrett Hunter

Posted on Fri, 26 Feb 2021 by KiM

I have no idea how I have gone this long not knowing about the exquisitely artful, collected, refined spaces of Houston/LA based designer Garrett Hunter. And for those that also didn’t know, NOW YOU KNOW.

The new antiquarians

Posted on Mon, 22 Feb 2021 by KiM

This California bungalow has not only the pleasure of some great weather but the vintage vibes this home throws down is giving me all the feels. Especially the master bathroom. OMG. Put this one in your inspiration folder folks. Another project by Breeze Giannasio.

Drew’s honeymoon house

Posted on Mon, 22 Feb 2021 by KiM

I don’t have cable so I don’t watch HGTV and maybe I’m the only one who doesn’t know about some mini-series about the renovation of this 100 year old home which is owned by half of the Property Brothers. Anyhoo regardless of that drivel this is fabulous and the head designer was Breeze Giannasio whom we appear to have never featured on the blog in all these years so I figured it was worth sharing. Mostly because I am love with the green tile bathroom and was thinking of similar tile for my bathroom reno.

I have been following Austin, Texas based designer Kristin Laing for some time now on Instagram (I think it was her kitchen that reeled me on – more on that below) so I figured it was about time I feature her work here on the blog. This is the house she lived in for 8 years, until she sold it a few months ago and has since moved into a new place. She shared some really incredible before (from the MLS listing) and afters on her blog and they were so insanely good I had to share. Let’s dig in!

She gave a very detailed resource list in her blog post if you’re wondering what her sources are. After photos by Brian Cole.

More drama from Sarah Vaile

Posted on Mon, 8 Feb 2021 by KiM

Because I can’t get enough, the drama of Sarah Vaile continues with this random selection from her portfolio. Her unusual paint colours, wallpapers and graphic textiles really elevates these spaces and are so invigorating.