Modern tiling for bathrooms Interior fashion designer Kristina Crestin says her Ipswich, Massachusetts, shopper sought after a powder place that was handsome, but not so masculine that it didn't have common attraction. "He had to stay it neutral sufficient for resale," she says. Crestin's mind kept reverting to a photo of Neal Caffrey, the character played by means of Matt Bomer at the TV show White Collar. "The way that character attire is a throwback to a vintage gentleman," she says.
And that was once simply the kind of image she sought after to capture in this space. Crestin was also inspired by way of antique sepia-toned prep school photographs. They suggested the colours and materials she used, & introduced personality to the living space, where she included them as accessories. Check out this new toilet's antique-school swagger.
Sepia footage, a leather-glance ground and crisp finishes make for a living space that's dapper however appeals across the board.