Shopping for lighting recently with a client. Gold is back. And there are beautiful choices. It’s different. “Gilded Iron” now instead of shiny brass. Rich with texture.
We had so many choices for the pendants we were planning for her master bedroom, we could have selected several if only we had more than one room to do!
A mother of twin ten-year-olds, a career woman and a community volunteer, this client cut to the chase. “Make it nice. Make it new. Make it practical. And don’t give me too many choices, I’m not that particular.”
Nice and new indeed with a free-standing tub, a stunning mosaic accent tile that mimics the shape of her glass block, frameless shower glass and new polished nickel plumbing and lighting fixtures.
- Porcelain tile with an epoxy-based grout will hold up to near anything.
- A new bank of cabinet drawers provides additional highly functional storage.
- Super White 3 cm granite looks like marble, but will hold up much better in a bathroom used daily. Scored as a remnant making it even more practical.
- Eliminating time-stamped sliding glass mirrored doors provides more usable space inside the closet.
One “power shopping” day was all it took to make these beautiful selections. Her outcome could well have worked for someone who is “particular”.
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