There’s nothing worse than wanting to shop for luxury beauty items, but not wanting to break the bank. Social media loves to hype up trending items worn by celebrities and influencers. The problem is that their makeup routine usually involves high-end products. That doesn’t mean we can’t treat ourselves. But who doesn’t love to save money on beauty items too? So here’s a trick to help take the guilt out of clicking that order button.
I found this swoon-worthy bathroom design over the weekend on an Instagram deep dive. Every few weeks I scroll through the app looking for inspiration. Designers are constantly sharing their latest projects. It’s almost impossible to keep up. Today’s interior inspiration is this dreamy bathroom that features muted tones and mixed materials. Interior designer, Zoë Feldman, designed this bathroom for her clients.
Taking Soho glam to the next level. This luxury marble bathroom is featured in a Soho apartment. It belongs to singer-songwriter, Vanessa Carlton. During the pandemic, she made the decision to renovate her loft which takes up the entire floor of the building. Vanessa didn’t want just a basic white bathroom. She teamed up with Sarah Sherman Samuel to redesign everything from the layout to the finishes. Take look at the beautiful bathroom makeover below.
Step inside this dreamy primary bathroom in Los Angeles, California. It’s a Parisian-inspired sanctuary that complements the Hollywood Regency-style home. DISC Interiors took on this project to give the space a much-needed facelift. It’s located in the historic neighborhood of Hancock Park.
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Today is the first day of summer. That means it’s time to refresh your beauty routine and stock up on summer beauty essentials. The COCOCOZY team has rounded up the most wanted items to add to your bathroom vanity. Replace your old moisturizers and cleansers and embrace your summer glow. This season is all about enhancing your natural beauty. Check out our top picks below.
The color green is a versatile color that is popular in the living room and bathroom designs. There has even been a rise in greenish-hues cabinetry in kitchens. People are looking to expand their style from just neutrals. Some designers take the color to the extreme. There are an ample amount of ways to add that color to your room like wallpapers, bathtubs, towels, cabinets, etc. You name it and there is a greenish version of it somewhere in the world.
Vanities can make or break a bathroom. That’s a bold statement to make but think about it. When you walk into a powder room or a primary bathroom your eyes go right to the vanity. It’s where you go to do your morning makeup routine and the last place you go before going to bed. The cabinetry, the finishes, and the type of sink are all different factors that create a beautiful design. The perfect vanity will set the tone for the bathroom. I rounded up 6 bathrooms to help inspire you.
Bathrooms are one of the most expensive rooms to renovate in your home. The prices of tile, countertops and any other materials can be thousands of dollars. But it’s also one of the best rooms to invest in for resale value. Upgrading your bathroom is definitely worth the stress, but some people don’t want to break the bank to do so. There are easy ways to upgrade the space without having to do a full renovation.
Have you ever wondered what a master bathroom in Hollywood Hills looks like? Every now and then I tour open houses. I haven’t visited any open houses in a while due to the pandemic. And I’m not necessarily looking to buy a new home, but I do love seeing what’s on the current market. It’s a good way to get interior design inspiration. This modern home was located in the Hollywood Hills. It was on sale for $4 million.