Tag Archives: bathroom

I have written about wall-mounted faucets before, but today they seem more relevant than ever. Certainly, mounting a faucet on the wall, especially on an elegantly shaped backsplash, is a space saver.

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Familiar, nostalgic, pretty, dramatic, traditional, transitional and always in style. That is the clawfoot bathtub. They are a bit like chameleons; a quick coat of paint on the exterior can change the profile from soft romantic to sophisticated loft. Years ago we painted a bright sunflower on a clawfoot tub that we placed in the window of our first 58th Street showroom. It stopped traffic and was eventually bought by a famous rock star for his house in the Hamptons.

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There are many elements that give a bath a ‘rustic’ composition. The first one that comes to mind is the use of Unlacquered Brassfittings with the worn and alluring appeal of a finish that shows its age gracefully. The warmth of yellow brass that is tinged with hints of green or brown delivers a soft and friendly patina.

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Waterworks and Shelton, Mindel & Associates have collaborated for more than a decade defining a new modern vocabulary for delivering water. Attention to detail, discreet simplicity and technical advances define the designs from .25 with its graceful quarter radii to Opus with its spare and cerebral elegance and finally Formwork, the last design in the trilogy.

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