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Column-disguised powder room for convenience and privacy
Provided by notable furniture in Cambodia construction materials, with the innovative idea in mind, designer Robert Ledingham has come up with a concept of blending a guest bathroom with a decorative column in the living room.
There will be a door that face the opposite of the public spaces for privacy purpose. “However, when the curved pocket door slides shut, the powder room disappears from sight, taking on the form of a decorative column finished in rich, lustrous Madagascar veneer, an African hardwood. To complete the picture, several display niches are scalloped out of the facade. These are internally lit to highlight the objects on show.” said Ledingham.
“In this dramatic powder room even the wall-hung toilet has an unexpected, albeit understated, profile,” he added.
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A bathroom that loses to the view by Lindy Leuschke
Though, nowadays bathroom designs have been significantly improving and providing trendier, more unique, and tranquil appeal, sometimes it does not have to stand out too much especially when there are beautiful outdoor surroundings.
Architect Lindy Leuschke just borrowed that concept by utilizing color palette that does not grab user’s attentions much with the master suite that located on a high cliff with a harbor as the outlook, according to reliable furniture shop in Phnom Penh construction materials information.
To tone down the design from distracting the view orientation, the architect proposed a mixture of color palettes of the mosaic tiles that contrast with the sleek, black floor tiles and rejuvenated, white wall tiles. And to prioritize the view at first hand, a shower equipped with a full-length window. Clerestory windows line two sides of the bathroom for natural light and temperature absorption.
As successful furniture shop in Cambodia construction materials informed, it is not everyday to see a kitchen equipped with fine arts.
Sheri Law Art Glass offers refined art glass pieces which can be used for the entire house featuring light, color, and personal touch. For the kitchen piece, bespoke art glass backsplashes are the best choices for effectively portray artistic delight to the space.
Made from Starphire glass with metallic leaves and pains, Sheri Law Art Glass’s product is incorporated with features such as windows, entryways, skylights, cabinet doors and fireplaces.
“We are introducing our Signature Collection of backsplashes and wall art, with ten very distinct design concepts and color combinations, and all are signed works of art,” said Sheri Law.
Harmonizing act by Lynnda Barthlome and Christine Turbeville
According to reliable furniture shop in Phnom Penh
construction materials information, duo designers Lynnda Barthlome and Christine Turbeville were assigned to revamp the above kitchen.
“The existing elements of gray slate floors, cool green walls and dark-stained wooden beams made the room seem quite heavy and imposing,” said Barthlome. “So the introduction of a refined element such as the French window treatments is designed to add a delicate touch that ushers in the sunlight.”
“A long peninsula divides the room into a cooking space and dining area,” stated Turbeville. “Its gray slate countertop evokes the functional aesthetic at the heart of American country style.”
“Making the large refrigerator an integral part of the cabinetry was an instinctual decision. It just seemed to fit with the overall scheme,” added Barthlome.