Recently Rush Limbaugh’s sold his fifth avenue penthouse for a cool $13 million. This was a year after Rush Limbaugh, in the midst of a tirade on his radio show against New York Governor David Paterson’s tax increases, denounced the state and announced that he was vacating it immediately. Naturally with the sale of a house for $13 million by someone who makes about $38 million a year many of us are interested in the design of the house. With so much cash flowing around one would assume that the design would be something to gawk at.
When people think of interior design they often think of the obvious: paint, wallpaper, furniture and the like. Although these are obviously important considerations for interior designers, they are actually the tools of the job rather than the purpose of it. Good interior design shouldn’t just look good, it should actually optimize your living (or working) space. After all, the environment you inhabit can play an enormous part in how you exist within it.
Many times designers and manufacturers will design products that never make it to production. Many of us have seen pictures of concept cadillac-converj-conceptcars. It’s a prototype made to showcase a concept, new styling, technology and more. Here we showcase some vanities that have not yet made it to production.
“Why are we showcasing these?” you ask, well we love new ideas and designs, and if you’r reading this post you probably do to. So feast your eyes and get some inspiration for your own bathrooms.