Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Regina Garcia Design









I could look at gorgeous bathrooms all day, I wonder what it'd be like to have one in my own home! *sigh* Interior designer Regina Garcia out of Johns Island, South Carolina designed this incredibly dreamy space photographed by Anthony Masterson, and I love all that she did. Can we talk about all of the glorious marble here??? I'm loving that she used four sizes and shapes of marble tile! The soaking tub is incredible too! Lots of great details like the antique chandelier, towel warmer, and water lily drain stopper too...I'll take it all please!


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25 comments:

Carla Aston said...

Beautiful! What a dream bathrom.

Karena said...

Gorgeous Erin, I know I would love this bath!

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xoxo
Karena
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Leslie said...

Beautiful!!! Can you find out the paint color?

Katherine said...

You know when you pull tear sheets because one has the faucet, and another sheet has the tile. Well this is 'IT' for me - this is THE bath that I've been dreaming of with all of those tear sheets and sticky notes.

LOVE!

Kristin | o.m.Gee! said...

that marble floor!! i'd like to slide across it in my socks : ) beautiful space!

Tatiana Doria said...

Beautiful white bathroom

bmayer said...

Love the all the bathroom marble tile, BUT smooth, shiny, marble tile on the floor is definitely "slippery when wet". Ask me how I know this.

courtney. said...

Gorgeous! I absolutely love your blog, I just want to pin everything you post to Pinterest haha :)

Terry said...

Love your beautiful blog. I too would like to know the paint color of the Regina Garcia bath.

The Pink Pagoda said...

Oh. My. Gorgeous! I'm going to have a pinning spree!

Lisa Mende Design said...

She covered every detail all the way down to the sink drain! Lovely

Musette said...

This bathroom! I would never leave it. I would just pull up a chaise and sit in there and bask!

xoxoA

Wendy said...

everything so pretty!

Sizzle and Zoom said...

Gorgeous bathroom! Love the details.

Inner-Outer Beauty said...

Oh I am so glad I just found your blog! I also loove this color, especially the pale one, that our kitchen is painted in. Will visit you often:)

Becky said...

You and I both wish for one of these in our home! Living in a small apartment in a big city, I find myself day dreaming about big bathtubs, luxe vanities, and open airy spaces like these ALL THE TIME!

Come visit sometime!
xo
B

http://www.cuphalffull-sf.blogspot.com/

Jane Coslick said...

Oh yes.i could soak for hours!!

Kirsten... said...

WOW! I'm loving every single thing about this bathroom. Amazing!!

ale said...

how beautifull and soft and calm....you are true... a dreamy place!!!! besos enoooormes erin!!!!!!

Haus and Home said...

Amazing! The Lily Pad stopper is awesome! I want one!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

My favorite...an all white bathroom! I love the black liner above the wainscot in the shower!!!

How2home said...

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How2home said...

i wonder where they got the marbles from...its so beautiful!

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Carol said...

Can anyone identify the brand of shower in the last photo? We'll be renovating our bathroom and I love the look of this one in particular.

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