Water isn’t the one ingredient splashed all through this toilet. Pops of coloration and opulent gold accents abound in Kate Griesedieck’s inside design, proven right here.
Griesedieck, a design affiliate with Temple and Hentz, says her consumer was a childhood pal who “simply wished to be ‘wowed’” by his apartment renovation.
“He prefers clear, up to date strains but in addition appreciates classic items,” she says of her consumer’s style. “The classic vainness was a fusion of each and set the tone for the remainder of the area.”
The vainness was born a classic dresser and later found hiding out at The Resplendent Crow, a store in College Metropolis that transforms classic furnishings into trendy items with shiny finishes.
“It was then retrofit into a totally functioning vainness, a objective a lot totally different than it’s initially meant use,” Griesedieck particulars.
Griesedieck selected the sconces from Jonathan Adler to imitate vertical strains on the wall. Black-and-white porcelain marble tiles stretch throughout the bathe wall, accentuating the ceiling.
“Discovering the proper tile inside finances was a frightening activity,” Griesedieck remembers. “Whites weren’t white sufficient, didn’t appear practical or had been over finances. On prime of that, utilizing the tiles to have one steady line over the curb introduced a big drawback … It couldn’t be mitered, so we determined to make use of a metallic trim piece on the entrance fringe of the curb.”