Waterworks: Inventing Bath Style
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She lives in New York City. In 1996, she coauthored Zona Home: Essential Designs for Living. BARBARA SALLICK is cofounder and vice president of design for Waterworks. She and her husband, Robert, launched Waterworks in I978 and recently celebrated the company's twentieth anniversary as the leading resource for bathroom fixtures, fittings, and accessories in the United States. LISA LIGHT writes about interior design, architecture, and the ap
A Customer said The best bath book. Waterworks is one of the best bath books I have ever seen from a teaching standpoint. The book offers great advice about selecting fixtures, a variety of surfaces and adding accessories among others. Every aspect of designing the perfect bathroom is covered in the right amount of detail. I especially loved the section, "finding creative storage solutions" in a bathroom and the images complement each section to truly bring the bathroom descriptions alive. A must have for anyone trying to remodel a b. A great addition to your decorating library secrethalo This book gets into the nooks and crannies of bathroom decorating. Details are abound and you end up learning more than you ever thought you would about the bathroom. From tiles to apothecary, nothing is overlooked. The rooms pictured are flawless. This will not disappoint! A+++. Emily Scano said Beautiful book. I got this as a gift for an interior designer - she loved it.If you are looking for a beautifully laid out book, this is it.
Waterworks: Inventing Bath Style offers all the inspiration and practical advice needed to create this perfect bathroom, no matter what the budget or space.Drawing upon more than twenty years of experience in bath design, author Barbara Sallick explores the essential requirements of every bathroom -- its fixtures, fittings, and surfaces -- and provides hands-on advice in selecting tile; placing fixtures; introducing lighting; choosing faucets; finding storage space; working with ceramic, stone, glass, metal, and mosaic; adding accessories; and creating a beautiful space that meets your needs. The perfect bathroom is a stylish,
According to Barbara Sallick, the mechanics of the bathroom are best left in the hands of experienced contractors--and, herself a professional bath designer and supplier, that approach is only to be expected. The bathrooms featured here, whether that be the large ones or the small, glorious, luxurious, or austere, are not for the faint of budget. Waterworks is not a guide for the do-it-yourselfer. It will, however, help you figure out exactly what you want, organizing those grandiose dreams into something a contractor will understand. Here are some things you'll want, after re