A few years ago, we had quite a great time visiting our family-friends-god parents in San Francisco...
A few years ago, we had quite a great time visiting our family-friends-god parents in San Francisco and New York. It was our first time in the West and East America. Lots of eats, laughters and new adventures for us and good looking homes, too. My scale of a good, comfortable home - bath tubs.
Call me crazy shallow but that's one of the bathroom accessories we just can't afford because we're on city living with very limited space.
That said, I'm quite happy to share my happy find on the web. I came across this article about those tiny but mighty bathrooms from Homepolish. It reveals secrets on creating the aesthetic trick so you can push those bathroom walls to make it look spacious without getting brawny.
I say, too cute! How can I make it as my own.
Want to have more? Here's where to find more bathroom ideas.
"Whether you’re accessorizing or gut-renovating, we provide a custom and personal service that works. We’ll guide you through the entire interior design process, from floor plans to furniture installation."
Now, I'm with you Homepolish.
I know I can't get their services due to geographical challenge but I'm really into American-designed homes. Maybe, subconscious self has embedded on me how I loved my visits on my relatives and friends in east and west coasts with their charming homes. Well, I guess I really don't know how I'd started this fling with American houses but I'm definitely in awe on any well-planned, quite functional homes and Homepolish is one source of stunning inspirations.
Watch out for more of my finds and someday I might have enough materials to share to you on how I'm making my tiny home looks like it has enough room to swing a cat! Haha.