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Depending on what’s outside, you might not be able to treat master bath windows like any old window

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If you have neighbors around, you might want these windows to be a little more private than the ones in the rest of your home. If not, you’ll have a few more options. Either way, you can enjoy stunning master bath windows in any situation. Here are nine design examples to get your gears turning. 1. Obscure glass Today, you have a few more options when it comes to glass that can provide privacy. Frosted glass is one type of obscure glass, but there are also many other options. The glass in this photo is obscured with a natural marbled...

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Designer’s Fav: Jaw Dropping IKEA Bathroom

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s We try not to play favorites, we really do. As certified kitchen designers, our design team treats every design the same: With the goal of bringing it to life for our customer. We’re proud of every IKEA bathroom design we do and we know how important the master bath is for customers to recharge before and after a long day. That said, there are some IKEA master bath designs we’ve done recently that really stand out to us. Why’s that? Well, in our (humble) opinion, these bath designs are prime examples of good, premium and beautiful bathroom designs that...

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Bathroom Vanities: Built-in, Floating, or Furniture-Style?

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Bathroom vanities are an integral part of most bathroom designs.  Not only are they a source of essential storage they also support your countertop and sink, where you get ready every morning and night.  Vanity cabinetry is also a central component of bathroom design style, setting the tone for your space with the door style, wood type, and color.  There are several basic styles of cabinetry to choose from, including built-in cabinets, freestanding, and furniture-style vanities.  Which one is right for you? This will depend on your home style, the size of your bathroom, and personal preference.  Read on to...

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2020-04-25

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  Recently designed by Elise McDonough of Interiors by Elise, this new construction model home was designed for a newly or nearly empty nester buyer. At 2528 square feet the floor plan is a single level home located near a large golf course community targeting a retirement demographic looking to down-size, but still requiring modern, high-end finishes. I hope you enjoy it!   Empty-Nester New-construction Home The exterior of this home is a stucco and manufactured stone combination. Stucco color is Sherwin Williams Repose Gray SW 7015. Garage Door Paint Color Grey Garage Door and Fascia Paint Color: Sherwin Williams...

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2020-04-23

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It’s always a pleasure to share Heather Scott Home & Design‘s work (previously featured here), but this one feels extra special since it’s the designer’s personal home. After many years living in Arizona, Heather and her husband, Scott, decided to leave the hot summers for a place that felt calmer and cooler. The designer’s father has traveled to Ennis, Montana for years to fly-fish on the Madison River and this seemed to be the perfect place to build their new Modern Farmhouse home. The lot is angled towards the river and the scenic mountains which certainly inspired this couple to design...

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