Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Waterworks New Kitchen Line Reveal!


Waterworks, the purveyor of gorgeous bathrooms, has entered the kitchen market.  Makes sense, doesn't it?  You can now enjoy the fine craftsmanship and inventive details they're known for in your kitchen.  Last week I had a  chance to tour the Georgetown showroom and was so impressed with how expansive the styling of kitchen line is.  This kitchen, with the floor-to-ceiling navy ceramic tiles, and the two-toned cabinet combination was one of my favorites.


This hammered nickel sink was stunning. Waterworks has a full range of sink options to choose from.


Notice the bolt detail in the center of the knob above and the the hinge and pull below. 


This kitchen is a  modern take on mid-century styling. Waterworks also carries a full line of kitchen accessories and pot racks.  (Forgot to take a snapshot of the pot rack that incorporates a light fixture - very smart idea.)



Love the laundry-style sink.  Cabinets are available in a vibrant range of sophisticated colors and wood finishes.





The showroom featured a few wet bars and butler pantries to give you an idea of how the cabinets can be used throughout your home.  Love the dual faucets here.



The new lighting is amazing.  Even if you aren't looking for cabinetry, you should add Waterworks to your list of places when you're searching for that perfect lighting fixture.



Double side-by-side sinks with two faucets. Why don't we see this more often?  Think of how perfect this would be at Thanksgiving!



Finally, the faucets!!! I've seen illustrations of the Regulator kitchen faucet but in-person it is amazing.


To check out Waterworks complete kitchen line head here.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Colorful Living Rooms


It's almost spring here and I'm craving color.  Lonny recently featured designer Charlotte Lucas in their "Six Designers We Can't Stop Talking About"  Here's some more of her work -beautiful use of color!


Monday, March 23, 2015

Stopped


Every once and a while you see an image that stops you in your tracks and leaves you wow-ed.  That's how I felt when I came across this image from The Scout Guide (TSG) here - from a post celebrating 100 volumes of TSG. 

We're headed to Nashville and Lexington on spring break and the first place I headed to check scout out stores and restaurants was the The Scout Guide for these two cities (Nashville Scout Guide and Lexington Scout Guide). If you have any tips too I'd love to hear them.  Hope it's feeling like Spring where you are!

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