You Can MAKE It Work!
The Bath. The John. The Powder Room. The Loo. We all have our special terms for this most private of spaces and we spend a lot of our time there bathing, sitting, getting in gear for work or maybe primping for a date. Some think it’s silly and indulgent to hang art in the bathroom. Okay. But it’s my opinion that this room, like all the others, deserves the impact of visual appeal. And the ability, like Calgon, to whisk you away to a place of artful serenity. Our goal is to help you get there.
One piece is often all it takes to convey every little thing you’d like to say. And SMOKIN LEATHER from the BLACK & WHITE COLLECTION says it with much conviction, make no mistake. This linear space featured in the UK’s Living, etc. magazine requires a take-no-prisoners approach, don’t you agree? But perhaps you lean towards cutting-edge elegance. This S. R. Gambrel bath relies on a strong black and white motif to keep it fresh. Embrace it. COOL BREEZE from the VINTAGE COLLECTION is your ticket there.
Sometimes one piece says it all, it’s true, but six pieces can say it so much better. Here, the PENCILS Collection is in full affect in another space by S. R. Gambrel, softening the hard lines of meticulous tiling. CRINOLINED DANDY from the PURE FASHION COLLECTION adds a bit of whimsy to a sterile public rest room from John Ellis and Met Home Design 100. I love art in public baths, don’t you? It’s those little extras that make all the difference. So if your office provides such conveniences, remember to include eye-catching art work along with the potpourri.
The same three works from the DIGITAL COLLECTION come alive in two very different decors. Another black and white story incorporates our art as if commissioned exclusively for this beach house bath. The identical three pieces add punch to the delicate feel of a lady-like boudoir. Sometimes it’s not about the decor. It’s not about color. It’s all about your love of the art. Hang it and be fearless. You can make it work!
So please don’t neglect what is clearly one of the most important spaces in your home. Think about it like this. It may be days before you step into your living or dining room but visiting the bath is part of your daily routine. And like any routine spot, the key is to make it a place you look forward to spending time in. So, let’s meet up in the Gallery—