The one I designed from scratch was the most beautiful.
I built it for the man who was my husband. He likes very dark Craftsman things. So I wanted to get a feel for that, except have it be light. I got really fab deals on the things I used. How to do that?
I used a terrazzo corner base for the shower. I used very simple cream field tile with a decorative edge so that looked like this.
He never used the bath. I don’t think he even likes it.
I am not going to worry about that right now.
I am designing my own house which is going to be a simple barn style — vast expanse of space like a huge art studio.
I have already chosen the bathtub for it, and potential sink.
I like really clean design in a bath.
Non fussy — same as a kitchen. When you use a detail like this tile above it gives you many ranges for colors of bath towels you could use because of the earthiness or the iridescence.
For a kitchen I like pure simplicity.
Next time it will be even simpler in the barn.
An artist’s kitchen.
So I am going to move to Outer Banks after the house sells and do all that.
Whether he wants to use the bath or not?
Whether he even cared that I did this for him?
Are no longer my problems.
He has something nice that I did for him.
Now I will do that for myself, first.