Friday, August 24, 2007

A bathroom any guest would love!

and the owners for that matter....


A little inspiration for Maryam at My Marrakesh blog...I hope this collection of images will guide you towards the design of the bathrooms in your home and the Peacock Pavilions. Do keep us posted on your progress.

(I love the mirror suspended in front of the window here, this is the home of Harold and Jamie Stream III, featured in Elle Decor, May '06)

(This bathroom feels warm, masculine, and Moroccan. Featured in Rooms to Inspire book)

(I just love this shade of pink and Carrara marble, not exactly Moroccan, but I just love it! Featured on Domino Magazine website)

(A stand alone tub on hardwood floors just really speaks to me, this room was designed by Silvio Rech and Chris Browne, featured in Elle Decor Home book)

(A simple palette is a great base to add and subtract color from, should you change your mind often. This bathroom is featured on Domino Magazine website)


(I chose this room because of the tiny details and home like feel. This bathroom was designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, featured in Rooms to Inspire book)

**But, if you haven't had a chance to stop by Maryam and her blog, you must! Have a great weekend!!!**

20 comments:

Bhavna said...

That blue chair...yes, that one...is scrumbicious enough to be the throne for the 'Queen of Toilette'!

Please ship it to India!
;-)

The Peak of Chic said...

All great choices Kate, but my favorite is the image at the bottom. Very elegant!

Maryam in Marrakesh said...

Thank you so very much for putting such thought into this and dong such a beautiful post!!! It's all gorgeous. The top one is really making me dream.

I am doing all my bathroom walls in gleaming tadelakt in colors like aubergine, anthracite, and chocolate. I am thinking very spa and am planning to use polished stone for floors and some counters.

Cote de Texas said...

These bathrooms are all so beautiful! You and Patricia both sent the pink one with mirror. I think that's my favorite one too. Why? I don't know, but it! Have a great weekend.


Joni

girl meets glamour said...

Ha..ha! You made me laugh this morning Bhavna. Thanks so much for your comment :) And have a great weekend.

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

I know Jennifer, that bottom pic is just so lovely. I have to say that sconce is my fav. part of the pic.
Thnaks for the comment and have a great weekend!

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks so much Maryam, it was inspiring just to think about option for your bathrooms. That top pic was my fav. too. Sounds like you have some great ideas already! What types of stone are you looking at using?

Have a great weekend!

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

That pink bathroom is a fav. of mine! I'll have to go check Patricia's blog..thanks so much for the comment Joni and have a great weekend :)

~Kate

franki durbin said...

smitten! these are dreamy Moroccan inspired spaces. I agree with Maryam, the top image is the most awe inspiring...but the standalone tub in the midst of the hardwood floor with a chandelier above.... wow. Although I think it is better suited to an English manor, the room is stunning.

patriciagrayinc.com said...

These are all great pictures and inspiration for Maryam's bathrooms.
I think the pink bathroom is a fav because what woman wouldn't look lovely surrounded by this soft shade of pink.

-Suzie- said...

Hi Kate,

great post! Like all pictures, espedcially the first one, chocolate, masculin... and Maryam's colour idea... very different from idigo style.

Yesterday we saw that stand alone bath tub in aubergine. It looked very elegant although we were thinking white. But maybe, I will recondider with that first pic.

Thanks.

Annica Lindeberg said...

What a wonderfully inspiring blog you have! Take care,
Annica

blushing apples said...

I love the first! and the PINK! ^_%

Sarah Dennis said...

Hey Kate, you did again, you've inspired me once more! What started as a call for inspiration for a bathrooom renovation has caused a ripple effect in so many other areas. For me personally, I was so inspired by your response that I posted on my blog today a Moroccan inspired table setting.
http://toastandtables.blogspot.com/2007/08/arabian-nights-moroccan-style-on-table.html

I especially love the latern in the first picture. Check out the lanterns that I use for my moroccan inspired table.

I think you have a tremendous amount of style and a eye for great design.I know Maryam is thrilled to know such a talented group of designers.

girl meets glamour said...

So glad you liked these images Franki! I agree, that first one is fab, and the one with the hardwood and chandelier is very english manor, but I couldn't resist posting :)

Thanks for the comments!

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks Patricia, glad you like this post. I know, that pink one is just to die for...great minds think alike they say :)

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks for the comment and stopping by my blog Annica!

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Good pics Blushing Apples!

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Sarah,

Thank you so much for your kind words! I am so happy to have inspired you...because your blog always inspires me. You consistantly find the most fantastic table decor and I bet your Moroccan post is fab...I'm heading over right now to check it out. T

Best,

Kate

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