This week’s Room of the Week is a Little Rock riverfront master bath remodel that is a showstopper. With floor-to-ceiling tile, it gives these homeowners an elegant, spa-like retreat. Designers Scott Paterek and Tammie Weaver of Massimo Interior Design began the project with a cramped and confining space. The team worked with the 13-foot room width and placed the bath in a deep bay, with picture windows on three sides. Extended closets and space for the toilet were added behind the shower, which allowed for an entirely open and symmetrical room design. Identical floating Wenge wood vanities are situated opposite one another, and the mirror hanging above each reflects the river, further enhancing the expansive feeling of the space. We don’t think they missed one detail. We’ve hunted the web and gathered a few items to help you get the look. Read the full story online here or find a copy of the September “Kitchen & Bath” issue on newsstands.
This morning, we’re inspired by the mix of blues and gray used in this Little Rock master bathroom remodel. Scott Paterek and Tammie Weaver of Massimo Interior Design worked in close collaboration with the owners of a riverfront Little Rock home to renovate their master bathroom. Leslie Tetrev of Inside Effects offered her expertise in selecting natural surfaces. The team chose floor-to-ceiling glass tiles to wrap the room in two tones of grayish blue, creating a soothing, watery effect. When the homeowners approached Paterek with the idea of using blue hues—in a home otherwise decorated almost exclusively in neutrals—he knew that the palette he chose would need to carry a lot of gray, in order to avoid a jarring transition into the space. Read the full story online here or find a copy of the September “Kitchen & Bath” issue on newsstands.
In the mood for more? Scroll down to find our inspiration board below, which includes a mix of images and paint colors we gathered from around the web, all inspired by this blue-hued tiled master bathroom.
This Little Rock kitchen marries the home’s old-world style with modern convenience. As seen in our January/February issue and designed by Massimo Interior Design in Little Rock, the kitchen was designed around this beautiful slab of granite which has a deep blue veining. On the back wall, a built-in cabinet was made to resemble a stand-alone cupboard. Do you have cabinetry in your kitchen that is painted to stand out? If so, what color? Read the full story online in the January/February issue here or find a copy on newsstands.
Vibrant patterns in furniture and drapery inspire today’s color palette, which is sure to brighten this cool winter day. As seen in our “Relaxed Refinement” feature, this Little Rock home’s downstairs area offers a more casual space for relaxing. Designed by Massimo Interior Design in Little Rock, the den incorporates brighter punches of the home’s cool-toned palette. Crewel drapes provide color and movement against the linen-hued walls. Read the full story online in the January/February issue here or find a copy on newsstands.
Our cover story for the January/February issue is designed by Scott Paterek and Tammie Weaver of Massimo Interior Design and features an elegant, yet relaxed space with old-world style. “We didn’t want to compete with the view, so we weren’t going to do anything too strong in this space,” says Paterek. They removed a piano and maximized the seating in the living room, which is painted Beach Glass by Sherwin Williams. A slightly more contemporary coffee table by Noir sits atop an antique rug from Hadidi Oriental Rug Company in this elegant European-style living room. Read the full story online in the January/February issue here or find a copy on newsstands.
This beautiful dining room can been seen beyond the pair of columns on our January/February issue’s cover shot. The designers at Massimo Interior Design switched out the homeowner’s previous rectangular table for a round pedestal one to allow for better traffic flow and dinner conversations. There’s lots to talk about in this room, including the stunning French Regency iron-and-crystal chandelier. Their dining chairs are covered in a faux bois pattern from Highland Court, which coordinates well with the subtle wall color (Beach Glass by Sherwin-Williams). This entire home is inspiring, so be sure to read the full story online in the January/February issue here or find a copy on newsstands.