“WHEN YOU DREAM SOMETHING, YOU DRAW IT OUT, AND THEN YOU SEE IT COME TO LIFE — THAT IS A WONDERFUL GIFT.” — C o u r t n e y M c L e o d
A glamorous bath by designer Courtney McLeod includes a Kathryn console and Memoirs toilet by Kohler , in front of a custom, handcrafted feature wall in a firework pattern, made with Ann Sacks tile. On the left, a mirrored medicine cabinet door folds out for use.
B lack and white will always be the most versa- tile and elegant design combination, even today when surfaces, paints, and fixtures come in a full rainbow of hues. While most designers opt for primarily white baths with black accents, there is a growing trend towards reversing that order and making black the dominant color. While all-black can seem overwhelming, it can work in every style, from classic and traditional to sleek modern. If you aren’t ready to take the plunge to all black, consider
working it in with tiles and fixtures, while softening it with an of-the-moment color like celadon, as in the elegant bath by designer Courtney McCleod of Right Meets Left Design. In a small guest bath she created a starburst pattern on one wall, using the Kelly Wearstler multiple marble collec- tion for Ann Sacks, and she tweaked the design to fit the space and to mimic the joyful excitement of fireworks. In front of the graphic design McLeod placed a Kohler Kath- ryn double sink console. The polished nickel legs and black top add glamour, and because she didn’t want to break the
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