weekly wrap up

whew! this week has been crazy and on monday i’m finally able to finish the bulk of my work on the d*s book and turn in the manuscript! things are coming together so nicely i can’t wait to show you the final result. until then, i wanted to leave you with another peek from one of the new homes from the book. this incredible bathroom belongs to a former domino magazine editor and the rest of her home is just as gorgeous. until monday- have a great weekend! below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

[image above by james merrell]

  1. jem says:

    Oh, glorious, wonderful, creamy whiteness! I’m sure I’m not alone in directing many wishful thoughts toward this amazing blog becoming a magazine. I can’t wait to see the book!

  2. ana says:

    Was there no “living In” post this week or I’m I just not seeing it?

    1. grace says:


      i made a note about this on tuesday- both amys (merrick and azzarito) took 2 weeks off to help me finish the d*s book. they’ll be back next week :)


  3. Caitlin says:

    Love this.

  4. hrhkat says:

    is that a marble tub?

  5. Jen says:

    I cannot wait for this book! Also love the biz ladies feature, it’s SO helpful as a decorator and an artist-

  6. A dream come true! Cannot wait to see the book…..the sneak peaks are fantastic!

  7. agneta says:

    My God, Your blog is a miracle of beauty & sensuality! Can I borrow some photos to my blog?

    Yes yes yes I love your blog!

    A Swedish footprint by Agneta

  8. Steph says:

    This is my dream tub! Love your blog.

  9. jikits says:

    Ha! This is my dream blog….can’t wait for the book!!!

  10. Marija says:

    Great post as ever. I’m a big fan of beautiful photography, and this is pretty special. I love the palette and the lighting.

    Can’t wait for the book to come out.

  11. I love that the faucet, mirror, and shelf are all unified!

  12. Megan says:

    must go back and re read this weeks posts. I must have missed a few. Beautiful bathroom.

  13. It’s always a challenge figuring out where to mount the faucets on a freestanding tub. I love this solution.

  14. Roxanne says:

    Agree with RobbieLee, creative solution for this footed tub. Love the look.


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