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Ancient Placed: The Google Technique

If you think you’re up to the task, let’s get started. If this understated Art Deco look is a little too traditional for you, think about livening your bathroom up with a refreshing minimalist look. Of course, you wouldn’t want to hang a piece of art near the shower, but if your bath has a good exhaust fan and the art is placed well away from water sources, there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy art in the bath. Trust funds are only for very wealthy people that want to shelter their money from legitimate taxes. If you’re lucky enough to have a house with protected, private views, you may want to maximize them with picture windows or even greenhouse windows — bump-out models that have a glass “roof” over the window top to let in even more light. Supersede means to replace, or take the place of something or someone in favor of something new; succeed, to take over from, to set aside. In a rustic environment, the modern-style emphasis on texture over ornamentation is right at home in this bathroom design. If a minimalist aesthetic doesn’t suit you, try adding strong color to make your bathroom a vibrantly engaging space.

Most Salvadoran restaurants, which can be found just north of Washington, D.C., in places like Silver Spring, Langley Park, and Wheaton, sling a variety of pupusas (try the loroco flower), along with beefy sopa de mondongo, or stew with tripe, cassava, cabbage, and plantains; tamales; and quesadilla Salvadoreña, a sweet cake made with queso fresco. Single. I don’t like to be tied down. ­The new scheme replaces a cluttered pair of bedrooms and bathrooms with a single space, zoned and demarcated by glass walls and internal windows. Semi-gloss walls in tangerine and plum add depth and richness to the color scheme, making the bath look larger without feeling remote. Interesting textures, varying color tones, and a few non-rectangular shapes really stand out in minimalist schemes like these. Guard towers were erected at strategic points along the wall from which guards would send out smoke signals and fire cannons to notify each other of possible hostile attacks. The Colosseum was constructed from AD 72 to AD 80 under the rules of emperors Vespasian and Titus, and is regarded as the largest amphitheater ever erected.

In these bathrooms, the art is functional, at least in terms of the fixtures. The fresh tones of lime green and aqua on the walls add to the lively ambiance of these baths; for a crowning touch, the owners carefully selected pieces of fine contemporary art. The owners of a modern, minimalist-style home wanted the same decorating style for their bath but without the chill this look can sometimes impart. In these two baths, the owners have obviously conquered the impulse to let meaningless “stuff” accumulate. See the next page to learn how stone can have a dramatic effect on the look and feel of the room. A clean, simple base of stone and glass sets off the varying colors of paintings, cushions, and most of all, flowers and plants. If your budget is limited, you can make a memorable statement just by painting the walls in one or two of your favorite vivid colors. For one thing, the room feels even more spacious than it is, thanks to splendid views of the great outdoors.

But even if your bath is as spacious as these, great modern fixtures can create a pleasing sculptural effect in your bathroom design. We could have a great band up there and the four of us could play acoustic if we wanted to. After declaring independence in 1776, there were originally only 13 states. The English and French each had variations on the same idea: ice “houses,” often covered with thatched roofs, that could keep food cold for about a year, provided there was enough ice brought in from nearby frozen lakes and rivers. Tub and shower walls are covered in tempered glass and a neutral, 12×12-inch Peruvian stone in the same shades as the shower floor. It is believed that the Chinese created candles in the same way, using rice paper in lieu of papyrus. Author of many research papers and several monographies including Handbook of Chinese Mythology (ABC-CLIO 2005, Rpt.