Inspiration #24

This week’s inspiration heads back to the master bathroom – specifically the bathroom counter. Because where you get ready should be as calm and stunning as you are.

This is the latest in a weekly post of residential architecture inspiration. If you want to see past weeks, you can go here. If you want to see them curated on my pinterest (sometimes before they even hit the blog), go here.

This San Francisco penthouse by SVZ Interior Design has a modern sophistication that has me wanting to touch all the things. The marble at this bathroom counter, turning up in line with the mirror, is just gorgeous.

This San Francisco penthouse by SVZ Interior Design has a modern sophistication that has me wanting to touch all the things. The marble at this bathroom counter, turning up in line with the mirror, is just gorgeous. #ThisOldHouse inspiration via www.L-2-Design.com

via http://www.svzinteriordesign.com/

 

This bathroom counter and backsplash by Doherty Design Studio is the perfect mix of mid-century moves and modern flair. The honeycomb adds a geometric pop to the space without feeling overwhelming.

This bathroom counter and backsplash by Doherty Design Studio is the perfect mix of mid-century cute and modern flair. The honeycomb adds a geometric pop to the space without feeling overwhelming. #ThisOldHouse inspiration via www.L-2-Design.com

via http://dohertydesignstudio.com.au/

 

The textures on this bathroom counter space are so beautifully busy that they become muted and serene to the eye. It makes even more sense when you realize that this project from Northbourne is known for its texture. I love the little shelf ledge – made possible by a furred wall that hides the sink plumbing.

The textures on this bathroom counter space are so beautifully busy that they become muted and serene to the eye. It makes even more sense when you realize that this project from Northbourne is known for its texture. I love the little shelf ledge - made possible by a furred wall that hides the sink plumbing. #ThisOldHouse inspiration via www.L-2-Design.com

via http://northbourne.co/

 

Because who wouldn’t want an all marble bathroom counter and backsplash wall? This bathroom just oozes sophistication, from the simple overhead barbershop lighting to the simple faucet fixtures and waterfall counter.

Because who wouldn't want an all marble bathroom counter and backsplash wall? This bathroom just oozes sophistication, from the simple overhead barbershop lighting to the simple faucet fixtures and waterfall counter. #ThisOldHouse inspiration via www.L-2-Design.com

via http://www.nicolefranzen.com/

 

The Australia-based Arkee nailed this bathroom remodel with a simple yet stunning bathroom counter to boot. I love the texture of the wall tile and how it bounces light further into the space.

The Australia-based Arkee nailed this bathroom remodel with a simple yet stunning bathroom counter to boot. I love the texture of the wall tile and how it bounces light further into the space. #ThisOldHouse inspiration via www.L-2-Design.com

via http://arkee.com.au/

 

Speaking of texture, this bathroom counter may be a simple IKEA find, but they make sure to glam it up with some fantastic wall tile. This is a good picture, though, to show that corner details matter – especially with 3D tile. After ogling the tile, my eye immediately went to the wobbly caulk line heightened by the adjacent dark tile.

Speaking of texture, this bathroom counter may be a simple IKEA find, but they make sure to glam it up with some fantastic wall tile. This is a good picture, though, to show that corner details matter - especially with 3D tile. #ThisOldHouse inspiration via www.L-2-Design.com

via https://homeadore.com/

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  • Adeposi Okupe

    Awesome stuff! I love it and this makes me want to even consider Interior Design more actively. Nice work

    • Lora

      Thanks! I’m actually an architect – we can do it all 😉

      • Adeposi Okupe

        Oh yea.. You had to be an architect to do the awesome stuff you’re doing. I’m an architect as well from Nigeria. But my firm doesn’t have an interior department.

        We basically outsource that to interior design consultants, however with the current economic trends and the impact on the construction industry, we’re now looking into it.