These light-infused kitchen and bath products stave off the “end-of-daylight-savings-time” gloom with elegance and innovation. Take a look…
Happiness in a Sconce
I love everything about this sconce from Siemon and Salazar, starting with its name, “Clear Round Happy Elbow Sconce”, with emphasis on the word “happy”. Each piece is custom made and no two are alike. “Happy” is designed to hug the wall and reflect against it in all its curvaceous beauty. The dimmable sconce requires a 40-watt incandescent lamp, comes with a square or round back plate and is available in four finishes.
Nowhere to Go but Up
The Robern Uplift Tech is a space-saving medicine cabinet that slides up to open, suiting tight spaces around the sink and working with tall faucet fixtures. It can be fully, semi- or surface mounted. The Color Rendering Index has a highly accurate reflection for precision shaving or make-up application. It also features a window defogger, recharging outlets, and interior illumination.
FAC-e-TS of LI-t-E
Litze®, Brizo’s newest kitchen and bath collection, has faceted handles and faucet spouts that catch light like a diamond. The Smarttouch® kitchen faucets and pot-fillers, shower diverters and tub fillers are embellished using “knurling”, a lathe-applied technique that creates vertical, horizontal or cross-hatch designs on metal. The collection features six finishes, including a decadently beautiful “Brilliance Luxe Gold”.
These product vignettes brightened my design day, and I hope they interested you as well. Please reach out to me for your kitchen design, cabinet and installation, and interior design needs. Call me at 215-850-5059, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons.”
Jim Bishop, American Journalist and Author
Autumn is my favorite time of year to grab a blanket and a book (or tablet nowadays), and read about new and trending interior design practices. The outdoor ambiance of falling red leaves and brisk air often inspires my artistic expressions. Nature’s colors are the perfect starting place for any design.