Robin Muto is an interior and lighting designer based out of Rochester, New York. We recently stumbled across a few of her wonderful design projects while browsing the blogosphere.
“Tasteful, Timeless, Comfortable, Refined”
These are the four words Robin uses to describe her design philosophy. However, this particular photo caught my eye right away. By the looks of this Art Deco style bathroom, she clearly holds true to that ideology. It truly embodies the Art Deco design motif.Read More
Posted by on May 5, 2010 | 0 comments
Photo courtesy of Decorology Design Blog
A country bathroom is beautiful, relaxing, and not just for rural homes anymore; welcome guests – and yourself, into a wonderful and romantic, country-style bathroom.
Tongue and groove wood paneling is known for its easy instillation, and was literally used from floor to ceiling in this photo. Today, you can also buy unfinished sheets of this paneling for an even easier instillation process. If floor to ceiling is a bit much for your liking, you can also go up to “chair” rail height or “picture” rail height. This tongue and groove look ads an older feel to the room and also brings in some texture as opposed to traditional flat, painted walls. Your tongue and groove paneling will generally look finished once painted or whitewashed – white or off white are traditional wall colors to choose. Having a light color will keep the space open, airy, and fresh feeling.Read More