From a renewed and updated country kitchen to a minimalistic children’s bathroom, Regan at Regan Baker Design really can do it all. Most designers stick with a primary style that they are comfortable with, but Regan’s talents span the spectrum. Based out of Texas, we’ve seen her work frequently in the San Francisco, California area. Maybe it’s the fact that the charming Victorian row homes need a punch of down South attitude, hmm?
This Noe Valley home is in a booming and diverse area of the Golden Gate City. The home has an overall industrial-modern theme with muted tones throughout. Her children’s bathroom follows the same principals, but a few added punches color were necessary to keep the kids’ imaginations running wild. Aqua hued hexagonal tiles along with a pale yellow and white striped curtain contribute to this added color, and will continue to grow with the family (long after the frog and rubber duckie get packed up).
While the floating sink and grey subway tiles boast minimalist tradition, her lighting choices are undoubtedly industrial. A double factory light illuminates this elegantly done room and was an exceptional choice to polish off the space. The Wall Mount Double CGU Sconce works great as a bathroom light since it offers double the illumination compared to some vanity lights. Since it matches the faucet and shower hardware, the selected polished aluminum finish will also still tie into the room if they wish to swap out the shower curtain and accessories later on.
As you can see from Regan’s designs, taking a chance on rustic lighting is an easy way to capture the unique features of a home, apartment, or even commercial building. Not only is this wall lamp distinctive and eye-catching, it remains American made too!
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