From ex.t, a freestanding mirror that’s also a clothes/bathrobe hanger on the other side.
For some dreamy seaside decor ideas, check out Annette Joseph’s Italian summer home. She designed it and claims it boasts a “fishing town meets retro Riviera vibe” and we love it. The entire interior concept was inspired by the sea. So throughout the home you’ll find lots of blues along with warmer colors that have an earthy, sandy or rusty quality to them. Imagine this – an antique fishing boat calmly glides by while you take your slow morning walk on the beach. Now you have a good feeling about the color scheme. The Ligurian style stone wall in the guest room is really impressive and brings in a warm and rustic textural element. Incorporated into the interior scheme are decorative details that pay tribute to the sea – like the porthole mirror, the starfish, seashells and nautical stripe patterns. And what would an Italian home be without some marble? Check out the amazing slabs in the bathroom and kitchen. With all that light, the home feels fresh and airy; you can almost smell the ocean breeze.
Here is a very straightforward idea of how an all white bedroom need not be boring thanks to pattern and texture. Using these basic concepts in your interior design scheme can have a major impact with minimal effort. We love this clean, modern, minimal bedroom. But the bedspread and huge matching headboard really save the room from being too sterile. It adds visual interest and brings into the space an aspect of comfort – which you always want in a bedroom. A nice final touch is the furry pillows for extra texture and the wall mounted side lamps for a simple contrast. Overall, the design choices made here do this all white room justice and the result is a wonderful, fresh and calming space
Making its debut at Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2011 in Milan, this steel wash basin by Agape takes an everyday object and transforms it into something truly unique. Inspired by the original steel tub design, the high-end Italian bathroom brand and renowned designer Patricia Urquiola have made a sequel to their success with the new Vieques basins. Boasting a dramatic dark-grey, ribbed exterior and an unexpected white interior, it’s a beautiful contrast indeed. The built-in teak shelf has rustic appeal while adding a handy spot for soap, seashells or your favorite decorative accessory. Complete the look with some wall-mounted white faucets and hardware. More details on these industrial-chic steel wash basins are available at Agape.