New Trend: Organic Sinks
We had the privilege and honor of living in the town of San Miguel de Allende and experiencing it's magic. This was 10 years ago. And I can only count backwards that fast because my baby, who was born there, is now 9.
This was 2007, before the massive market decline in 2008, and everyone was riding high. Real estate was on fire down here as people were trying to capitalize on all the ex-pats and wealthy, artistic types looking for a vacation home in Mexico. An opportunity presented itself to buy a piece of land and build a home from the ground up. So I jumped at it. Here's the project.
But I digress. This post is about organic sinks. So I wanted to start by sharing the organic sinks that my architect, Lis Bisgaard and I found and designed spaces around in early 2008. Were we ahead of our time? Well, at least Lis was. Check her amazingness out here.
Organic Sink Eye Candy
This is just plain rad. It's like a topographic map.
Gore Design: Erosion SInk
This last one just slays me. No words.
Hope you enjoyed this post. Now go find yourself an organic sink and design your bathroom or kitchen (or outdoor shower) around it!
OTHER DIY PROJECTS
Ode To Gray
Our inexpensive tub trick
Create a Criss Cross Vine Wall
How paint transformed my small, ugly bathroom
Add a shower to a small half bathroom?
Converting a vintage dresser to a bathroom vanity
Know anyone who is interested in flipping homes?
WE DOCUMENTED THE RENOVATION OF LINCOLN AVENUE.
TAKE A LOOK AND PLEASE SHARE.
1. Flipping Lincoln Ave: Be brave...begin
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3. Flipping Lincoln Ave: Fun with tack strips
4. Flipping LIncoln Ave: Demo Day
5. Flipping Lincoln Ave: Ready Set Go!
6. Flipping Lincoln Ave: Up You Go
7. Flipping Lincoln Ave: We're Deep In Now
8. Flipping Lincoln Ave: Meet Cousin It
9. Flipping Lincoln Ave: It's a numbers game
10.Flipping LIncoln Ave: A long, overdue update