When Leslie and Charley Parnell moved into their current home, they knew right away they wanted to lose some walls and give the home a more open floor plan. Working with designers Scott Paterek and Tammie Weaver of Massimo Interior Design, they ended up with a spacious kitchen (which happened to make the cover of our September issue!) perfectly suited to their urban-inspired style. Their bath also received an overhaul that resulted in a walk-in closet for both him and her. Read the full story here, and scroll below to see before images from this west Little Rock makeover.
Greetings to interior designer and HGTV star Candice Olson, who shared her new Kitchens & Baths book with At Home and offered two copies (one personalized and signed by Candice!) in honor of our Kitchen & Bath issue. Candice is a master at giving traditional spaces a fresh update, creating warmly modern rooms.
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Designer Tobi Fairley has performed a minor miracle in her makeover of this kitchen for a busy Little Rock family. We’ve put together a video how-to showing the incredible before and after transformation of this kitchen and the homeowners’ master bath. Click here to see the video, or here to read the story. Enjoy the makeover magic!
For today’s pick: a beautiful bath, introduced at KBIS 2010 (the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show), which was held in Chicago.
This was my favorite room from the hundreds of media images I reviewed in putting together our new product picks for our September Kitchen and Bath issue. When I saw this Kohler tub, which has a BubbleMassage feature (you have to read about it to appreciate it, but it sounds heavenly…), I was ready for a soothing soak.
Seeing the new products introduced each year is always a treat, a preview to what we might see in showrooms and homes in the future. And the shots that show the products in room settings are especially inspiring, a different look than we might find locally. Like this MTI Whirlpool Lydia bath–I loved the look of the tile run on the vertical instead of the usual horizontal.
Or this striking black and white bath, with a geometric Petra tub from MTI Whirlpool. The way the black and white tile was inset in the shower–and how it complements the floor–caught my eye.
Check out more of our favorites, from Traditional:
(photos courtesy of Kohler, MTI Whirlpool and Robern)
In case you missed it:
More favorites, with our weekly Friday Favorites
Two kitchen transformations with Before/After photos