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Feeling Blue: Baths from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 09, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Meredith Swinehart last modified Jun 08, 2013

Sailing into nautical week, we're reminded of how much we love serene marine blue baths. Here are ten from members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory . Above: Azure glass tile in a bath by  Walker Workshop  in LA. See more from the firm in  10 Outdoor Pools from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory . Photos by  Nicholas Alan Cope . Above: A pitch-perfect combination of teal, black, and off-white from  SIMO Design  in LA. For more from SIMO, see The Designers Are In: Expert Tips from Remodeling Pros . Above: The owners of this bath by SF-based  Envelope A+D  wanted the room to evoke the feeling of skateboarding in an empty swimming pool. For a look at the whole house, see  Back to Black . Above: NYC-based  Studio Garneau  covered an entire bathroom in tiny dark blue tiles. For the whole project, see The Architect Is In: A Tiny Live/Work Loft Made Large . Above: Two bathrooms in a large Chelsea loft by  Delson or Sherman Architects  both make use of cool blue. For more from the Brooklyn-based firm, see Architect Visit: Delson or Sherman East Harlem Brownstone . Above: Uniform Design in NYC offers easy-to-implement bathroom designs, both readymade and custom. Here, a custom design for a Chelsea home. For more about the Uniform concept, see The Architect Is In: Affordable, Instant Bathrooms by Uniform Design . Above: Crystal Blue 2x9 field tile from Heath Ceramics in a master bath by  Medium Plenty  in Oakland. For more from the firm, see The Architect Is In: Medium Plenty in San Francisco . Photo by Melissa Kaseman .  Above: Another take on blue, black, and white from  SIMO Design in LA.  Above: One of our favorite blue baths, in a Greenwich Village townhouse by architects  Murphy Burnham & Buttrick . For more from the firm, see Office Visit: Murphy Burnham & Buttrick in New York . Above: A periwinkle bath with a tidy soap niche by  J. Weiss Design  in San Francisco. For more from the architect, see  Steal This Look: J. Weiss Kitchen & Bar in SF .  Can't get enough of aqua, navy, and ultramarine? Browse the blues in 45 Remodelista posts featuring Nautical Style .




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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