On the Job with C: Powder Bath Details

Most of my clients are very adventurous when we move to the powder bath.  “Whatever you want do,” they first say. Then it’s, “Maybe you could use that wallpaper here”.  Powder baths, while they are simple, are gloried in the details.  Try the exciting wallpaper, the creative sink or the grand mirror.  It will steal the show…

{1} Striped sink and beautiful hardware on Pinterest {2} Beautiful mirror, wallpaper and repurposed chest on Enchanted home {3} Kelly Wearstler’s pink/black tile with stunning cabinetry {4} Phillip Jefferies Wallpaper and greenery on Architectural Digest

On the Job with C: Walker Zanger Contessa

We are loving this Walker Zanger Contessa tile for an upcoming remodel.  It comes in a variety of color options, including a silver leaf that is absolutely stunning.  Here are some installs that have utilized it….

{1} Style Saloniste {2} Walker Zanger {3} Walker Zanger blog {4} Pinterest

On the Job with C: White Subway Tile

With two new builds going for CMI we have picked out a lot of tile.  While my clients love the high end marbles, limestones and mosaics, they also need to stay in budget.  One of the ways we succeed in that is by mixing the more expensive tile with the inexpensive subway tiles.  We often use them in herringbone or stacked patterns and even cut longer plank pieces in half.  Adding a bit of colored grout gives them a more custom look too.  Here are some easy ways to rethink your white subway….

{1} Herringbone wall on Pinterest  {2} Subway with soft grey grout in House Beautiful {3} Dark grey Grout + Subway in Elle Decor via Coco Cozy {4}Stacked instead of offset Pinterest