This post is in partnership with Waterworks.
Hello lovers and friends. I know it’s been awhile since I’ve gotten on here to let y’all know about the interiors TEA, but to be honest, there has just been quite a lot going on. I am happy to report that the blog is BACK and I have sooo much to share with you guys this year. You know I don’t like to hold back!!
Sooo, in case you missed some recent news in my personal life on the good ole IG (here and here) – some major life updates have occurred, including… SURPRISE… I have a new house! So, first things first, let’s talk about my new digs :)
When I got this new crib (MTV cribs anyone??),I immediately began renovating. There was a whole lot to do and I’ll do an entire home reveal soon, but for today, I am going to start with my opportunity to partner with Waterworks to give a lot of the rooms that timeless detail I love so much.
I am noooo stranger to this incredible company and any chance I get (aka every project) to use their products, I do and the results are always 100% absolutely g-o-r-g. Waterworks pieces have impeccable quality, made of genuine materials that give each product their longevity and beauty, and when it comes to details like these, I refuse to skimp. These are some of the most important parts of our design process because they are such an intersection of utility and focal point in each space.
When it comes to hardware, I’m a lover of unlacquered brass. It ages naturally, an effect commonly referred to as a “living finish.” When it’s exposed to water, air or oils on a person’s hand it’ll change the appearance of the finish. Getting this timeless finish requires patience – and it’s not going to happen overnight – so buckle up for the long run! And if brass ain’t your thang, no problem, because being the versatile company that they are, there’s a massive range of finishes within each metal family and all sorts of styles that I’ve always found helpful for my versatile range of clients, too.
Anywho, that’s just a teensy bit of what’s been going on in my life lately. And I wanted to let you in on the scoop. I’ll be sharing more on my new home sweet home over the next few weeks and months, so stick around :) Until then, here are some of my favorite moments in my new home with Waterworks. Keep on scrollin’! Xoxo Amber
For the primary bath we used the Henry Exposed Floor Mounted Tub Filler with Handshower and Metal Lever Handle,
a long-time personal fave.
For the primary vanity, I went with the R.W. Atlas Bridge Two Hole Deck Mounted Lavatory Faucet.
With my affinity for all things European, these felt like the perfect juxtaposition for the Calcutta we selected for the countertop to give it that timeless touch.
For the kitchen, I went straight for the R.W. Atlas Wall Mounted Articulated Pot Filler.
It has made cooking and moving about the kitchen a dream come true.
I love the way it elevates the space in a very classical way.
For the sink in my Kitchen I absolutely loved the Henry Faucet.
It has such an elegant presentation AND allows me to ready clean those far parts of the sink
when I’m done with dishes after meals.
For G’s bath we chose the Henry Gooseneck.
I loved the height of the faucet without it feeling too formal or in the way.
This will have a beautiful patina as time goes on too.