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Barnes Vanze Architects Washington DC home Nice grey, warm wood and white palette

Handsome minimalism with a floating vanity, sculptural tub, and sleek tile all the way up to the ceiling.

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The designed by Anne Decker Architects, features a soaking from Americh.

Large, dramatic openings bring transparency and contrast to the 10-inch-thick concrete facade, framing perspectival views of the landscape.

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Large, dramatic openings bring transparency and contrast to the concrete facade, framing perspectival views of the landscape.

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New York City-based architect Diana Kellogg got her start working for Richard Gluckman Architects, then spent several years with Annabelle Selldorf before

Architect Mark Rios of @rchstudios drew inspiration for his Los Angeles home from the soothing aesthetics of Japanese design. The spa in particular resembles old ryokans he visited in Japan but with a backdrop of the Santa Monica mountains. Photo by @rogerdaviesphotography - Architecture and Home Decor - Bedroom - Bathroom - Kitchen And Living Room Interior Design Decorating Ideas - #architecture #design #interiordesign #homedesign #architect #architectural #homedecor #realestate…

In the Japanese-style spa, a wood tub overlooks the Santa Monica mountains. The side table (left) and antique stool are from Charles Jacobsen.

The #master #bath, designed by Christian Zapatka, features #custom #cabinetry. #interior #design #architecture #design

“Come in, you have to see this,” beckons architect Christian Zapatka, standing at the door of a recently completed project in McLean, Virginia.

During the #master #bath #remodel, a wall enclosing the toilet was taken down to make room for a larger shower. Designed by Patrick Brian Jones, PLLC. #interior #design #architecture

During the a wall enclosing the toilet was taken down to make room for a larger shower. Designed by Patrick Brian Jones, PLLC.

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