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“The Ultimate Bath” – A visual blueprint for readers looking to create rest, refuge, and beauty at home!

October 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Come have a Lite Lunch with us and Barbara Sallick, cofounder of Waterworks, the premier luxury brand of kitchen and bath fittings, fixtures, furniture, and accessories. She and Angie Hranowsky – Charleston-based designer who has built an impeccable reputation for brilliant, intuitive designs that weave together the grace and elegance of her adopted hometown with rich layers of cosmopolitan sophistication, historical influence, and fin craftsmanship – will discuss beautifully curated collections of dream bathrooms designed by today’s top architects and interior designers, from Commune to Suzanne Kasler. All, which are represented as visual blueprints for readers looking to create rest, refuge, and beauty at home in the pages of The Ultimate Bath, her newest book.

Ticket packages are $25 for CLS members and $35 for CLS Guests – both complete with a delicious boxed lunch!
To purchase tickets, click here or call 843-723-9912.

About the Book:
In The Perfect Bath and The Perfect Kitchen, Barbara Sallick walked readers through the creation of stylish, functional spaces. With the renewed emphasis on the importance of home, her new book takes bath design a step further. The Ultimate Bath devotes its elegantly illustrated chapters to the most luxuriously designed bathrooms from a wide-ranging list of contributors, including Gil Schafer, Nickey Kehoe, Brigette Romanek, and Miles Redd. These are baths that, while grounded in timeless elements, surprise and enchant. There are grand baths of high style with elegant mirrored and marble surfaces. There are bold rooms of rich maximalist pattern and color. There are strictly tailored spaces of great restraint and serenity. And finally, there are baths with restorative views to the garden or forest—or in the middle of nature themselves.

Gathered together, these spaces seduce, delight, and serve as a visual blueprint for readers looking to create rest, refuge, and beauty at home. The end result is a book that celebrates the unexpected and inspires readers to bring a magical quality to their own baths, no matter how modest or grand.

About Barbara Sallick:
Barbara Sallick co-founded Waterworks—the premier luxury brand of kitchen and bath fittings, fixtures, furniture, and accessories—with her husband, Robert Sallick, in 1978. She serves as the company’s senior vice president of design and is the author of Waterworks: Inventing Bath Style, The Perfect Bath, and The Perfect Kitchen. She is chair of the dean’s advisory council at Boston University’s Wheelock College of Education and Human Development, serves as the honorary chair of Rooms with a View, and is a member of the Decorators Club.

About Angie Hranowsky:
Angie Hranowsky, the Charleston-based designer has built an impeccable reputation for brilliant, intuitive designs that weave together the grace and elegance of her adopted hometown with rich layers of cosmopolitan sophistication, historical influences, and fine craftsmanship. Early training as a graphic designer honed Hranowsky’s natural talent and she continues to gain accolades for the freshness of her vision: her delectable interplays of color and texture, her chic mixtures of periods and styles, her astute interpretations of clients’ needs and aspirations. Her extensive project list includes residences from Maine to Florida, Brooklyn to Austin—and features significant houses, intimate pieds-à-terre, seaside homes, and urban apartments. To every aspect of her work, Hranowsky brings an appreciation of place and period, character and artistry. She has been featured in House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, Veranda, The Wall Street Journal, 1stDibs, Domino, Departures, Luxe, Elle Décor and she has been included in Southern Living’s “Top Five Tastemakers”. Her wallpaper line is available from Studio Four NYC. Hranowsky’s own home is a modern glass-and-cypress structure she conceived and designed for herself and her family, and had built on a verdant spot by the Ashley River using native materials. Its design conveys warmth and ease while reflecting her love of modernism, a career’s worth of world travel and research, and her innate, avid curiosity.

Details

Date:
October 5
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm