Thursday, May 31, 2012

Eye Candy: Sink Perfection

Renée Finberg recently posted on Madeline Stuart Interiors and she aptly named it In the Category of Perfection. Here's the first image - doesn't get better than this. For more of her post head here - it's all gorgeous.

17 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Gorgeous. Hugs, Marty

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Oh my word- she's a pretty sink indeed!

Karena said...

Adore this! I will check out more, it is perfect!

Xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

michele said...

seriously loving.

smiles.

michele

classic • casual • home said...

That sink is striking...I even love the soap!

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

I love that...very old world! Gorgeous stone sink, cool mirror and lovely plaster (faux painted?) walls. Have a great weekend, Michele!
Loi

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

I have never seen anything more beautiful, Michele! LOVE it!
Teresa
xoxo

Inner-Outer Beauty said...

This is a nice sink!

Nancy said...

beautiful indeed! have a great weekend!
Nancy
Powellbrowerhome.com

Pat said...

Went to visit, I love her use of black in the rooms.

Carla Aston said...

I've always loved that bathroom. She is an incredible designer.

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

A sink carved out of a bar of soap...that is what it brings to mind!

Love Renee, BTW!

Darryl Iorio said...

The sink’s slim design is very eye-catching. It must be quite alluring to have a sink this gorgeous. Adding aromatic scents will make this area’s ambiance very soothing. And oh, the faucet and its handles amazingly matched with the design, simply elegant!

Darryl Iorio

Carmella Vancil said...

The walls and accessories used accentuate the sink, and that’s the most impressive part to me. It’s amazing that such simple materials can enhance the beauty of the sink, from good to extremely awesome. I wish to see the whole area. I bet there is more impressive stuff to be seen in this room.

Carmella Vancil

Bibi Karpel said...

Carmella was right about the accents used. They are impressive. The sink itself was very simple, yet the look was balanced. The colors and designs of the background and accessories simply complement and not outshine the sink. What else could be a better name for this but “perfection!”

Bibi Karpel

Althea Tumlin said...

This sink is a testament to “There’s beauty in simplicity”, agree? What caught my attention the most was the faucet handles! I’m not sure if it’s vintage or what, but I am very sure that it’s uniquely wonderful. I bet there’s more yet to see in the whole bathroom. Maybe you can post the entire area as well.

-Althea Tumlin

Javier Hallum said...

I agree with Carmella. You don’t have to put so much detail into it. For as long you have fixtures that will match perfectly with the sink, it’s going to be a stunning one.

Javier Hallum

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