Last month Mark presented 4 vanities that will probably never make to retail locations. Today I’m glad to show you 4 vanities that recently became available for sale. Now I know they are not all as awe inspiring as the 4 that Mark showed, but they do stand out, each in its own unique way.
The first 2 vanities are from Nameeks. Nameek’s experience in the plumbing industry spans 30 years, they are a leader of high-quality bathroom products. Their choice of designs is extremely diversified. Their Boheme vanity mixes traditional and modern style while their Time vanity has minimalist look.
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.
Bathroom vanities come in many shapes, styles, and colors. Some vanities are meant to provide ample room for your sundries, toiletries, makeup and other items, while others are contemporary and sleek. You’ll find that bathroom vanities are also made from a wide variety of materials including wood, stone, and steel. There’s a nearly infinite number of selections when it comes to bathroom vanities, each one specifically designed to fit your particular needs and match your bathroom decor.
In the dog-eat-dog design world that is New York City, sticking out amongst your peers is no easy task. Yet, designer Claire Donohue has managed to gain a steady following of admirers along with an entirely satisfied clientele. By combining contemporary with traditional, Donohue’s designs are both functional and eye-catching.
Rarely does an interior designer cover so many different types of design renovations as Donohue does — evidenced by the fact that Donohue’s company, 121 Studio, has been featured in a plethora of magazines ranging from House Beautiful to Child Magazine. Donohue has designed spaces ranging from a child’s bathroom to a kitchen built for serious cooks, and it seems unlikely that this designer will meet a space that she can’t conquer.
You might recognize Candice Olson from Divine Design, the hit interior design show on HGTV and W Network. In the span of this short half hour show, Candice transforms problematic rooms into dramatically decorated spaces that exude style and artistry.
Olson was born, raised and educated in Canada, where she attended the highly regarded School of Interior Design at Ryerson University, which counts international award-winning designers such as George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg among its alumni. Read more »