Tag Archives: Design

I was a little surprised when a friend told me last week not to miss the Plywood exhibit at the V&A in London. It is not a subject I particularly cared about, but I left thinking it’s a miracle material.

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Nearly as important as the way a bath tub looks is the fact that it needs to be filled efficiently and conveniently. There are two options that work when the tub is large enough (70 gallons or more); each delivers a vigorous flow of water quickly.

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Here is a bold but true statement: Hardware can completely change the look of a room. Whether brass, nickel, architectural bronze, textured, knurled, large or small, round or square, organic, modern or traditional, hardware attracts the eye and allows for an immediate impression of the statement your design makes.

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This month, we’re celebrating the kitchen at Waterworks.  This gives me another opportunity to talk about faucets for the kitchen, bar, laundry, potting shed and mud room, as I have done in the past. There are so many options available that it is difficult to make the right choice from the many faucets in the market.

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