concept board: geometric contemporary
I've always had a penchant for polished finishes; there's nothing like shining a fixture back up to its brand-new looking state - fingerprints be gone with just a lysol wipe and microfiber cloth! conversely, i've always had kind an equally strong distaste for brushed finishes. the reputation they get for their easy cleanability and low-maintenance is cringe-worthy, as I've found that anything brushed is near impossible to get looking like new again, try all you may. however, I've come to appreciate the beauty in the subtle, silver tones it offers and vibes like crazy with this calacatta mink & cubo velluto. practicality isn't exactly key in this concept.
ann sacks calaccata mink in a slab format along the walls (this mink marble has an incredible, moody-ombre look with the most amazing, soft & minky finish to it); cambria matte quartz vanity top in clareanne; porcelain matte chevron field tile in argon black by artistic tile for the floor; cubo velluto calacatta gold textured porcelian field by artistic field for accent walls
vanity & lav
lacava linea 72" in std. ash gray with brushed steel frame, kohler veil vessel sink, kallista one wall-mounted faucet in brushed nickel, lever handles, robern vitality mirror (36 x 40)
kohler viel intelligent floor-mount
kallista one in brushed nickel; pressure balance & diverter with contemporary handshower
circa lighting 25" sage bath sconce by tl studio in satin nickel 3000k
let us know your thoughts and opinions! are you a fan of the contemporary style, or do you prefer something more transitional/traditional? we want to know!
x - mk