Author of Designers Here and There: Inside the City and Country Homes of America's Top Decorators

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Beautiful Basics

To many homeowners, kitchens and baths are the most important rooms in the house. And why not? The first is a comfortable place to gather friends and family; the second a retreat in which to relax, recharge, and let the woes of the day literally disappear down the drain. There are some fabulous ones in the book besides the two here: Eve Robinson's Watermill, New York kitchen and Michael Berman's Los Angeles bathroom. Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Michele's insights are so on target. Definitely, the kitchen and bath are two of the most important rooms in a home, both functionally and aesthetically.

    In NYC especially, where space is at a premium and life is hectic. The kitchen is often the gathering place, and the bath and bedroom are a place for solace.

    Sandra Kilsby
    Kilsby Designs, Ltd.