Category Archives: Water Wednesday

Water Wednesday Series – Soaking Oasis

Written on September 13, 2017 at 1:18 PM, by

The bathtub at the Villa Blanco is positioned in the bay windows, creating a focal point and an oasis for the homeowner to soak in the views and relax at the end of a hard day.

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Water Wednesday Series – Chain-ged Downspouts

Written on September 6, 2017 at 1:21 PM, by

Instead of traditional downspouts we added rain chains on the screened porch of our Minnesota Residence project. We designed custom copper scuppers with a silhouette of a fox head much to the homeowners’ excitement (since they live on Fox Street). The rain chains water the planter boxes making this an eco-friendly solution.

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Water Wednesday Series – Tub Niche

Written on August 30, 2017 at 12:56 PM, by

The bathtub at the Geothermal Gem anchored between the private water closet and shower offers views to the outdoors and is the focal point of this master bathroom suite. The interior window allows the three spaces to borrow daylight and have integral LED lighting at night.

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Water Wednesday Series – Pending Plunge

Written on August 23, 2017 at 12:54 PM, by

The foundation is set for the infinity edge pool and spa at the Ligan residence. It’s designed to fill the rear yard with ambience. A waterfall will cascade into the spa and the pool’s infinity edge drops to a wading pool. And if that’s not enough of an aquatic splash all 3 are on anContinue Reading

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Water Wednesday Series – Master Bath has a Feminine Side

Written on August 16, 2017 at 12:55 PM, by

The ‘her’ portion of the master bath in the Minnesota residence includes a custom marble tub in a barrel vaulted alcove. Traditional painted inset cabinetry with marble countertops reflect the warmth of the natural light provided by the South facing windows. A daylight filled make-up vanity and soft arched ceiling provide a cheerful elegance toContinue Reading

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Water Wednesday Series – H-2-Oh!

Written on August 9, 2017 at 1:33 PM, by

A 1920’s estate on the shores of Lake Michigan underwent a multi-million dollar renovation and was transformed into an Italian villa worthy of the shores of Lake Como. The in ground pool, terrace and views to the lake beyond create the perfect outdoor water space for our Winnetka residence.

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Water Wednesday Series – Tub Gets Decked Out

Written on August 2, 2017 at 12:46 PM, by

Arched openings lead to the master bathroom featuring a panel-front tub and tile niches in our Chestnut residence. Tile wainscoting and marble add to the neutral palate of this bathroom lit by a ribbon of windows that flood the space with daylight.

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Water Wednesday Series – Tub with Terrace Views

Written on July 26, 2017 at 4:10 PM, by

The freestanding tub is the focal point of the master bathroom. The bay window floods the room with daylight and provides views to the roof terrace beyond it.

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Water Wednesday Series – Round Tub

Written on July 19, 2017 at 1:34 PM, by

The dilemma of wanting separate his and her master bathrooms was solved in our Deerfield Residence with a circular master bathroom with a skylight over the free standing tub offers a separation between his-and-her vanities. Behind the tub is a shower with symmetrical his and her entries and shower heads flanked by the doors toContinue Reading

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Water Wednesday Series – Vintage Tub Takes Center Stage

Written on July 12, 2017 at 12:55 PM, by

This vintage soaking tub was restored to its original luster and placed as the focal point of the room and the optimal viewing spot while relaxing in the bath. Its placement in the semi-circular bay affords bathers majestic views of Lake Michigan as boats set sail from the mouth of the nearby harbor.

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