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Modern Safari…a bath on the wild side

Cheryl Kees Clendenon Bath, Bathroom design ideas, bathroom design tips, Countertops, Project Studies, The Bath Designer

  Working on a fab home in southern California for a client who has many cherished possessions from across the globe. Only photograph safari’s for sure but we wanted the bathrooms to share a masculine, well traveled vibe. To achieve this look we selected strong neutrals paired with

Want best results? Don’t ask me for a square foot price!

Cheryl Kees Clendenon bathroom design tips, general remodeling and building, Tile 2 Comments

I have a rule about pricing tile. Don’t ask me what it costs “per square foot”. When faced with this question, I get out my tap dancing shoes, put on my tutu and start dancing! My goal is to have the client focus on end results within their

A Budget Mid-Century Modern Remodel in Kitchen Trends Magazine!

Cheryl Kees Clendenon bathroom design tips 21 Comments

Oh yeah, don’t think I am not excited! Kitchen Trends Magazine is a primo magazine for a designer to be in so I consider myself very lucky! (click on the link to take you to the actual magazine pix) It is a great kitchen for a lot of reasons,

Trends in Faucet Design

Cheryl Kees Clendenon bathroom design tips 1 Comment

Recently I have received several phone calls for design interviews on trends going into 2010. The topics have ranged from general trends in kitchen and bath design, to an article focused only on bath faucets and even one on shower curtains! I thought it would be fun to

Splurge or Save on your Bathroom?

Cheryl Kees Clendenon bathroom design tips, plumbing fixtures, small baths 1 Comment

This is an article I wrote for Home and Garden Weekly. Thought I would replicate it here! Splurge or Save Adding personality to your bath does not necessarily mean spending loads of cash. However it is important to know when to count your pennies and when to go