Friday, November 19, 2010

ovum


From this tiny ovum and bowl, was the perfect beginning
(Thank-you Joyce)

inspiration for my new master bath.
Master Winning Architect - Christina Griffin's rendering from last March.
She is pure genius.
I inspired her to blog here, CGAStudio.
Being drawn to strong shapes and clean lines, enter my bathtub.
and floor mounted tub faucet.
The .25 wall mounted faucet above two under mounted sinks
(no more sharing one sink since 1996)
There is a part of me that adores white round penny round tiles.
and another part that loves the look of glass tiles
in pale sea glass colors.
This project feels a bit like designing the wedding dress.
An investment to love and to cherish~
Lots of choices to create something simple, modern, and luxurious.
The "ovum" of my master bath.
You like?

24 comments:

Southern Lady said...

Yes!! I can't wait to see all of it. Carla

Kwana said...

I can't wait to see how it all comes together.

pve design said...

Carla,
Yes, I can hardly wait to!
pve

Kwana,
No fear, no "angsty"- full steam ahead!
pve

VictoriaArt said...

Absolutely! And I am so sure you'll hatch the right plan and it will be fabulous!
And if you happen to be sentimental one day for historic bathrooms, you can always visit mine...

eddieross said...

We do!! Cannot wait to see the finished masterpiece!

xo
E+J

quintessence said...

Patricia - it looks FABULOUS!!! So excited for you - love everything you shared - and of course you'll keep us updated??!!

the gardeners cottage said...

hi patricia,

no, i LOVE it. lucky you.

~janet

CREED said...

Be still my heart!!! Oh this is going to be simply stunning......those fixtures are sculptural, such wonderful natural light and the white thassos,,oh my!! True LOVE. Thanks for sharing this : )

I Dream Of said...

Oooh, I do like! What a wonderful retreat this will be. We've been through a few bathroom renovations in two houses, and I've never regretted a penny spent! Can't wait to see how it comes out!

kayce hughes said...

Yes!

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

Yes! That's been my dream bathtub forever--lucky you!

xo Mary Jo

Purple Flowers said...

I don't like it; I LOVE it!! :)

Jennifer said...

This is VERY cool - I love the colors and shapes - my kind of style! Jennifer jennsthreegraces

Hill House Ramblings said...

Oh yes, I love your ideas. All gorgeous. Can't wait to see the end result!

H.H.

Formerly known as Frau said...

love the design and the tile....can't wait to see finished product! Have a wonderful weekend!

LPC said...

Glorious. Looks so peaceful, serene and yet with just the right amount of color.

Renae said...

I do like and I can see how it would be hard to make a decision on the round tiles or the glass. Hmmmm...
How much fun for you!
xx

Carole said...

Look forward to seeing the finished room. I admit that I'm partial to glass tiles.

Rebecca said...

Enjoy! It is so nice to share the progress on the new addition to your home. Your ideas are lovely.

Joyce said...

I cannot not wait to see it all completed! Small things do come in big packaging! Who would have thought this little egg started your creative wheel to turn. I'm so happy it did, now I know for sure I will be part of your daily thoughts. Smile... BIG xoxo's...

Millie said...

Being on the homeward run of a master bath project I say Just Go For It Patricia! Even though our timeline stretched out to a ridiculous 18 mths., the excitement I feel as I stand in that room is about as good as it gets. It's exactly as I envisaged in my head all those months ago, MOTH's done a fantastic job in reading my mind! The tub you've chosen is gorgeous!
Millie ^_^

24 Corners said...

Yes!!! Very much!!! You're doing a fabulous job picking out everything...it's going to be wonderful, can't wait to see the final product. Penny tiles are so cute!
xo J~

LindsB said...

I dont like, I LOVE! and I cant wait to see more, its going to be perfect!

Aspiring Kennedy said...

oh, this looks stunning. i started at the sketch far too long trying to get all the details together in my head. i can't wait to see the finished room...

and i tend to lean to white tiles. ;) something about it comforting to my whimsical self. it's a calming, grounded base. :)