Bring up the style volume in your bath by adding some beautiful accessories. From an elegant mirror to plush towels and fragrant soaps.
Textured towel, designed using old hand looms from a French nunnery, reviving an age old craft and maintaining a timeless form
America tild guest towel stand with soap dish
Waterworks bath accessories
How about using these beautiful canisters for storing cotton, bath salts, extra bars of soap…..
Amber glass pharmaceutical bottles from Restoration Hardware
Waterworks smoke glass accessories
I love this “Grooming Bar” by Waterworks
This freestanding towel bar is great for extra towels by the bathtub
I hope this has inspired you
Malibu Potteries was establish in Malibu California by Mrs. Rindge in 1926. And in the six short years it existed it produced some of the most important and beautiful ceramic tile to come out of California. With an abundance of good quality clay and a strong demand for decorative ceramic tile needed for the Mediterranean and Spanish style homes being built in that day, Malibu Pottery produced 30,000 square feet of ceramic tile per month. The tile was shipped world wide but most of the tile with Saracen, Moorish, and Spanish designs was produced for homes in the Los Angeles area. In 1931 a fire destroyed most of the factory and although Mrs. Rindge was planning to rebuild the depression and building slump prevented the factory of re opening again.
Above: Persian carpet designed by William Handley of Malibu Potteries
Logia at the Ahmason house in Malibu California, built in 1930
Although Malibu Pottery shut down Malibu Ceramic Works has reinvented and has been producing beautiful handmade ceramic tile in the traditional fashion which once made local tile companies famous, in the early 20th century, in Southern California for the past 30 years.