Finally got these baby together...modern farmhouse vibes
for any project, I ALWAYS take everything out to sort, purge, donate and categorize before creating a system to put it all back! this is a great way to know how many bins or boxes you will need to organize all of your items accordingly. swipe for before pic. 🧺🧴
My dad built our bathroom in the style of a Mexican villa with red clay tile seen here, art-deco wall paste, and a cactus theme. What you're seeing here is what would have been in front of the bathtub. My dad wall-bordered the room with these tiles, which led to the toilet and tub.
You stepped up four inches onto the tub's base. What I remember is one of the tiles was loose and would make a fun popping sound if you stepped across it's surface.
I honestly don't remember what covered the rest of the floor surface of the bathroom now, which kind of surprises me. I guess the bathtub tiles were more important to the connective tissue of my memories of my childhood home.
We’ve done nothing today. Nada. Apart from snuggle, cat nap and watch movies. It was 👌
this spa like bathroom, from an amazing Phoenix remodel is giving me all the relaxing feels on this cloudy day 🧖🏻♀️
This is what's left of the hardwood flooring my friend was installing in our house after he moved in. My parents had made a deal with him to repair the house as monthly rent. He'd taken up the 30+ year-old carpet and replaced it with this. It was a good deal for everyone.
My parents got a renovation, my friend got to maintain a home, which he'd been wanting to do. It's a shame the house burnt to the ground. The deal they had was going to afford my family "comfort money" in the future once new tenants took over payments. After the house burnt down, the struggle continued as normal for all of us.
• • • "The design strategy was to create a metaphor and a parallel between the duality of the physical space - the building and contemporary art that it holds."
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Client: Société de la @placedesarts
📸: Martine Doyon