Thursday, January 17, 2013

GEORGE Interior Design






Like bathing inside a seashell!! How incredible is the iridescent tile in this bathroom designed by Emily Zoba Maynard of GEORGE Interior Design out of Hermosa Beach, California, photographed here by Manolo Langis?! I love how the light just bounces around the space, making everything so shimmery and sparkly! The mix of white subway with the glass mosaic is great too, especially with the aqua accent stripe! Seafoam green at its finest right here! Check out more projects from Emily here, or visit her blog!


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23 comments:

Rosamapose said...

Oh! I could live in a bathroom this gorgeous-it looks so soothing, those tiles are heavenly!

xx
Rose
Blonde in this City

Gilda David said...

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Merlin said...

My favorite...shimmery aqua/blue!! franki

bethbates said...

I have this same tile in my kitchen, a smaller version, as my kitchen backsplash and absolutely love it. I agonized over the decision, but it's so beachy and dreamy I never tire of it!

Carla Aston | CarlaAston.com/DESIGNED said...

Oh I'm loving the iridescent blue-green tile work. I love how it is wrapped around the entire room... Soft (mainly because of the serene color) but a modern, striking effect!

Phyllis @Around the House said...

your blog is beautiful and each room is prettier then the next, the aqua and beige and white with touches of orange, wow the hottest thing ever...

Rose - The Center of My Self said...

D-r-e-a-m-y! Bet it cost a bundle, but the effect is worth it. Like you said, it's like being inside a seashell, all iridescent and softly sparkling. Using the white tile is smart, as it gives contrast and sets off the sparkle even more. Love how the shampoos, etc. coordinate so prettily.

JenniSteiff said...

I hope they have 2 bathrooms in that house, because no doubt someone will absolutely inhabit that bathroom full time! Erin, when you find these beautiful interiors, do you ask the photographer and/or designer their permission to use photos from their blog before posting it to your site? I am sure it is in their best interest to share their work, but I was curious! Thanks...

Fabricotti luce said...

That bathroom is extra nice! Iris

Chic Coastal Living said...

Great bathroom!

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

JenniSteiff- Usually I do not, unless I email them asking for larger images. Yes, most people are thankful!

I hope they have two bathrooms too! Ha!!

amy lighthall said...

That is such a pretty bathroom!!

Anonymous said...

beautiful! building right now, what is the subway glass tile name or manufacturer? love this

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

Anon- They are made by a tile company called Sonoma Tile. The color is called Wabi. Gorgeous!!!

Synthia said...

Thanks so much for these pictures. I will be re-doing my bathroom this summer. The subway tile and green glass border are exactly what I planned to do in my shower surround. These pictures will help show the contractor what I want.

Jordan West said...

Thank you for sharing. This is great information. My cousin is involved with a lot of interior design in charlotte nc. Do you know if it as popular there as where you live?

Susan Graves said...

Thank you for the lovely pictures.Bathroom should be much beautiful than the other rooms. Decoration is well.Color is attractive.
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I personally love green interior designing because it gives some natural look. By the way, the pictures have the perfect look.

Anonymous said...

I really like what your interior decorators have done! This turquoise green color really makes your home look great.

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CeCe Bassgirl said...

May I ask where you purchased this vanity? Love the color and style. Thanks!

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