I’ve been a frequent visitor to the new Designer Bath showroom in Watertown, working on a number of client projects, as well as the Junior League of Boston Show House, and even my own home, which we are renovating. As an advocate for family-friendly design, I am always especially interested in innovative products that combine great style with uncommon durability, functionality and ease-of-use. No matter how many times I am in the showroom, each time I see things I never noticed before, and make new and exciting discoveries to incorporate in our kitchen and bathroom designs. Designer Bath always delivers with their inspiring showroom, exceptional products, and great service!
I’ve been in the interior design business for over twenty years, and while I design and redesign all areas of a home, bathroom design has always been my favorite. With all of the fabulous fixtures and materials to select, it’s always an exciting challenge to create unique, beautiful and functional spaces. So, when I entered the new Designer Bath showroom in Watertown recently to select my showroom favorites, my senses were on overload! Every nook and cranny brought more temptations and allure. In my quest to select five favorite items, I could have chosen five hundred!
Designer Bath threw open their doors on a rainy, spring day in April, indulging my taste for all things Favreaulous. My senses were tingling with anticipation as I trotted, tip-toed and trounced around their stunning showroom. Like a kid in Wonka’s secretive candy company, I found it tough to settle on just five delectable treats to share with you. Sinfully delicious and a feast for the eyes, what I found in their showroom ignited my imagination. Here are my five top picks of sumptuous delights.
Designer Bath in Beverly truly has everything we need for our clients’ bathrooms (plus many tantalizing goodies for the kitchen), and with a showroom twice the size about to open in Watertown, convenience will also be one of the many reasons to look no further. And if it happens to be raining when you visit, maybe they will offer you a snazzy orange logo umbrella that folds up into a holder the size of an eyeglass case. But don’t quote me.
Mr. Favreaulous, signing out.