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the weather is slowly turning from rinse off the sand and sun shower-weather into that of the warm, muscle soothing, soul soaking tub-weather.
if you’ve ever visited clé’s pinboard collection on pinterest, you’ll note that amongst all the tile pinboards are many other boards including cle’s picks of the best interiors and exteriors photography floating through the web.
today, from our “bath inspiration” pinboard, a bath round-up starring the not-so-lowly tub. soak, anyone?
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thanks to ceramic artist and tile envy twitter friend, pauline hughes, for inspiring today’s gray sunday!
it’s one of the reasons i find myself mesmerized by the spaces designed by UK’s rose uniacke.
initially, an antique refinisher and dealer, rose began to use her studied eye to assist her clients with their antique purchases. she followed with advising their placement and subsequently her design support grew to include all the spaces surrounding her classic antiques.
the results were not fanciful, cluttered, chintz-laden nor gold filigreed halls and suites. instead uniacke’s signature spaces take on the austerity of a minimalist’s hand combined with the placement of singular “pieces” either antique or modern to create spaces that are voluminous and architectural while being surprisingly inviting and do i dare say…cozy? there’s a few opposites for ya!