Hi all! I realize it’s been a minute – four months – since my last post, but in my defense I wasn’t putting any new content onto my old website while the new one was being built. And speaking of new builds…..I’d like to thank Jess Bejot of Blue + Pine for my new site. She seamlessly took my old “trophy wife” website (nice looking, but useless) and created something amazing and handled my very long to-do list like a boss. If you are in the need of website rescue or branding of any kind, call her up. My referral will win you a 0% discount but you will make a friend and isn’t that what really matters?
Back to the task at hand…..the reveal of the third installment of the Waterfront New Build! I use the word reveal loosely because every single photo has already been posted on IG. (What, I couldn’t wait!) But here it is: the master suite, kids bathroom, home offices, and some general upstairs photos.
The master bedroom incorporated a design element that I had never done before. The client had a vision of installing a faux wall and using the back side as an open mens closet. Smart thinking because girls shouldn’t have to share their closet space, emmaright? The front part of the wall acted as a regular wall where the headboard and nightstands go. Did I mention my clients-turned-great-friends have fun and lively taste? Just look at this wallpaper they found!
“I want to feel like I’m in a hotel”
The direction we took for the master bath design was a luxe and beautiful spa getaway. And what says spa retreat better than marble? Luckily, these days porcelain tile is very hard to discern from real marble and with the amount of marble we were going to need, the cost would’ve been painful. So we installed porcelain tiles in different shapes and layouts to get the same effect.
Ordinary white subway tile wasn’t going to cut it here so we found this beautiful crackled light green tile and paired with a durable porcelain hexagon floor tile. It makes sharing a bathroom with your siblings tolerable, at least.
HOME OFFICES, KIDS BEDROOM, UPSTAIRS LANDING, HOME OFFICES
Architecture: Vital Ink Architecture
Phototography: Tim Brown Media
Contractor: 5B Home Service LLC