There’s something almost universally appealing about the simplicity and sophistication of rooms drenched in soft pinks, cool grays, and pale sandy shades. These pale hues create a nearly neutral backdrop—one that you can personalize with color, warm up with wood, or keep unadorned for a tranquil, quiet mood that’s perfect for bathrooms of all styles and sizes.
When it comes to design, Darren Brown likes a challenge. Brown began his career at New York’s MR Architecture and later directed interior design at Jonathan Adler, where he helped transform a historic but tired property into the posh and playful Parker Palm Springs in 2004. The property soon became a jet-setter’s playground that virtually put the iconic California resort town back on the map.
Kitchens built around whispers of barely-there color are calming and tranquil, keeping spirits high and--dare we hope--even promoting family harmony. Stained woods and washes of color create a signature look, whether you opt for an ultra-light or a more saturated hue.