Tag Archives: Interior Design

Classical architecture at its best. An axial procession through a hall lined with black and white prints leads to a perfectly placed window with a view of the landscape beyond. The sculptural and symmetrical design of the tub, with its burnished exterior and simple footed base, fills the architectural need for balance and proportion.

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I was honored when Phillip James Dodd (an author and expert on classical architecture and interiors) asked me to write a chapter for his new book on the subject of collaboration. He also invited 16 other architects, designers, landscape architects, vendors and artisans to contribute their views as well. It is clear that teamwork and partnership are pivotal to successfully launching any new product, building a house or developing a new way of thinking. At Waterworks, we work in cross-functional teams where the expertise of our partners, from creative design and financial planning to sourcing and purchasing, is critical to the success of a project.

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It has been nearly 40 years since my husband Robert and I founded Waterworks. During that time I have sold countless bathrooms, answered what seems like millions of questions, solved many problems, designed any number of iconic products and created a bath style that has endured over the years.

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Barbara Westbrook, author of the new book, GRACIOUS ROOMS, loves bathrooms and treats them thoughtfully with an eye on proportions, decoration, light and views. Architectural details, color (her favorite is the color of bark and weathered wood), and materials all factor in to her thinking as she plans and executes really beautiful baths. Her classic Southern style infused with a European touch create approachable and memorable rooms.

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