My sons, James and Henry, are rather excited these days…
Yes, it’s Christmas time and they’ve been busy composing their letters to Santa, but that’s not their sole source of passion and pride.
A few days ago we received our copy of This Old House magazine and found a pleasant surprise. On pages 28 and 29 is a full spread of our family bathroom, including a photo of the boys sharing the sink to wash their hands (an image that is not quite accurate, in that brothers at that age are rarely found “happily” sharing the bathroom sink).
Annmarie and I are rather excited too. It’s our second project published in This Old House magazine. Our dining room was featured back in April and being life-long fans of TOH, we are honored to be included in the pages of their publication.
As for our three year old daughter, she’s not at all disappointed. A little birdie told us that a future issue may feature her own bedroom with Charlotte posing solo.
Download a PDF of the article here.
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“Move in” day is this Saturday.
Today, the house was filled with busy workers applying final touches to the paint, installing glass in the bathrooms and fitting carpet in the bedrooms. The house is looking absolutely amazing.
I love the modern edge the owners added with lighting, plumbing fixtures and tile.
Check it out for yourselves…
We’ve been super busy in the studio. Here are progress photos of some recent work:
This is a kitchen and bath project we just finished up in White Plains. We also updated the adjacent family room with recessed lighting and a new set of bookshelves.
In the latest issue of Modern Estate (one of my favorite mags), they feature a very cool new technology. Emotile by Ceracasa uses a CMYK ink jet printing process that applies any chosen image on the surface of porcelain tile.
Think of the possibilities; logos, graphics, patterns, photography.
I am not so sure about living with a pair of 8′ tall feet on my bathroom wall, but the limitless opportunity for creativity is amazing.
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