Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Scott Fazzini Redesigns a 70's Galley Bathroom

Glancing through the last Washingtpon Post House Calls I came across a terrific 70's bathroom redo. I love the arched tiled inset behind the sink, the black vanity and all the attention to detail, such as the sconces and library light above the artwork. Then I noticed this classic, elegant design was created by DC designer and blogger Scott Fazinni of Domicidal Maniac and I just had to post about it! Please excuse the quality of the image I've posted - go HERE for a crisp image of the rendering and to read all about Scott's design, along with links to the sources.

Scott's design advice for this bathroom includes:

• Replace the bulky built-in vanity with a lighter vanity on legs.

• A black-and-white color scheme will create the illusion of more space.

• Draw the eye to the window by painting the sash a darker color.

• Crown molding will make the space feel grander and more open.

• Large artwork will add visual interest to the long wall.

(image and design advice via Washington Post House Calls, 4/29/10)


Style Chronicle said...

Oh, I do love! So chic!! I like that he shares his sources too.

Scott Fazzini said...

Oh, Michelle, you're too sweet and too complimentary! Thank you for sharing my little project with your fantastic fan base.


katiedid said...

LOVE scott's work! Thanks for the info. I am going to check it out.

pve design said...

Waterworks needs to hire Scott or some fancy bath house. His sketch is super.

Acanthus and Acorn said...

I love bathrooms renos and I think this one is terrific! I am getting ready to emabark on a very dated 80's space for a client...now if only I could sketch this well!!!

MzMannerz said...

I love this one. At first I was confused and thought he was suggesting a glass wall between the tub and toilet, which would look fantastic. Then I realized he was letting us "see through" the wall to fully see the design - love it. I hope House Calls calls on him again.

Jeanette {A Passion for Home} said...

I enjoyed that House Calls recommendation. It's such a fabulous bathroom. Love all the glass.

Also, I referred to you in a post yesterday regarding Wanda Crossley. When I visited the DC Design House last month, I didn't make the connection to her name and Matthews House & Garden until recently. She did a fabulous job with the poolside area.

John said...

Help! - we are having an absolutely horrible time dealing with Howard Designs.

Her invoices and methods of doing business are absolutely terrible.

Anyone else having trouble with her?

Be careful if you choose to hire her. We honestly regret it.

The Zhush said...

I saw this on the site too and I thought all the advice was great. Really love the floor treatment!

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