Here are the pictures of my clients powder room and updated ones of the bathroom {follow up from the post below}:

Most of the things in the powder room are from Pottery Barn, rug is from Garnet Hill and the window treatments are from, Smith and Noble. You can email me with other questions regarding anything else you may see. But I thought it really came together and came out great.

Here are the updated ones of the Master bath:

Window treatments again, from Smith and Noble, rugs and towels Anthropology, mirrors and hardware from Pottery Barn. Tiles, vanity and marble from local supply companies.

Here are some pictures of design and painting jobs that I had done over the last year for my clients.

I am so bad at keeping pictures organized lately! I need to go back and take much better pictures of my client's bathrooms, but they are finally all done and it was a lot of fun. I am still trying to find the pictures of the completed powder room, I will post them when I find them. And have yet to go back and take a final of the girls bathroom, which turned out so cute! But here is my clients master bath, it was transformed from the original 20-30ish year old bathroom into a beautiful and sophisticated retreat for them.

She was so glad to see her old vanity go, the toilet was moved to the opposite wall allowing for the new vanity to go the whole length of the wall. In the picture below we added the top cabinet on the counter top to even provide more storage while looking very nice at the same time. The counter top is so striking! We used  a crema marfil marble to blend in nicely with the stone and tumbled marble in the shower and on the floor.

The shower turned out great. The niches provide a stylish way to hold all the shampoos etc. a nice detail that is functional at the same time. The frameless shower doors have been installed and look great, I hope to get a picture of them as well.

Ok, she may kill me for putting this one on - but I will try and get back to take one now that the window treatments are up as well as some artwork! But this shows the lighting and the mirrors which were so pretty. The mirrors are from Pottery Barn. They are a bone inlay over wood and they really are so beautiful when you see them up close. The knee wall was also added to hide the toilet somewhat, that was moved form the opposite wall. Loved how it all turned out. 

Rufus Porter style mural in a dining room

These 3 were part of a basement mural that I did

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