Some of my favorite bathrooms.
Let's talk shit about rooms:
I love how this is a built in sofa and bed. And the coffee table!! Awesome. Cons: Terry Richardson artwork... maybe in his Vice days.
Not sure if this one is really a bachelor pad, but I don't know many guys who would turn this away. Maybe a navy throw pillow would switch it up. Still getting used to this coffee table but it's growing on me because it doesn't distract from the other elements of the room.
I can't look past the shiny new black leather couches, ew gross. they remind me of La-z-boys (wont even bother to google correct spelling). Ok lets try... love the media area, chandelier, stairs, and interior architecture.
I can, however, get down with this room. All of it, give or take the carpet.
Now this is a sophisticated gentleman's living room (assuming it is). I kind of wish there was some cool element of surprise somewhere (assuming there isn't).
This is a "I'm going to seduce you because I'm a sensitive artist" pad. Girls like this. A+.
You can't lose with this one.
Wow how amazing is this place? I love how they kept a lot of open space and didn't feel the need to fill it with furniture. The best part of a loft is being able to run full speed in your socks and slide for 10 feet. And hang out naked and have 50 people across the street see you.
The White Lounge in Hotel La Maison Champs-Élysées, Paris
|Duralee fabric no. 14487-660|
I rarely see Midcentury modern homes done up in a girly way, so I've found some inspiration for the girly-girl who loves this 1950s style. I'm also obsessed with Milo Baughman's chrome chair and I think it would look fantastic reupholstered in this geometric Duralee print.
|Andaz Hotel - daisy cake|
I love the idea of using chains curtains instead of traditional drapes when blocking light in a room isn't an issue. Definitely a sexy and modern look that works great in a bathroom or as a room separator in a spacious loft.
Chandelier by Willow Lamp.
Notable fashion designer Alaia converted and designed a 300 sqm space into three apartments that can be rented by
millionaires people visiting Paris. I love the minimalist, yet cozy, midcentury vibe.