A Pro's Own Bathroom with a View
Learn how Arizona-based interior designer Lori Carroll turned her own bathroom into a desert-inspired retreat.
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Home Work: Design Professionals' Own Baths What plans do professional, award-winning designers create for their own rooms? With Home Work, we peek into the houses of leading architects and designers to see the bathrooms they have produced for themselves.
The Arizona desert outside designer Lori Carroll's bathroom window gave her the brainstorm she needed when it came time to remodel the room.
"My inspiration came from a grove of mesquite trees and a natural wash and the yearning for a relaxing environment," she says. From there, the design process became a little more amorphous.
"I don't always know where it comes from," admits Lori, who has her own design firm in Tucson and won the National Kitchen and Bath Association 2006 Pinnacle of Design award for Best Overall Project and for Best Bath award.
Give a fresh new look to an old vanity with a little paint and some elbow grease.