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A soaking tub creates a dreamy spot beneath a window. The Aliases purchased the rowboat painting in Portofino, Italy, while on their honeymoon.
Recovered in fabric by Paul+ and Fabricut, the owner’s existing settee and armchair perfectly complement the light and airy palette.
A lush floral wallcovering by Pierre Frey adds visual verve to the powder room, which is outfitted with a marble sink designed by Booth and fabricated by Material Bespoke Stone + Tile.
A blend of escapism and fantasy, the primary bath is a “fresh, unexpected, youthful approach to mountain style,” says designer Stephanie Jarvis.
Marble from Renaissance Tile & Bath beautifully complements the cabinetry by Stewart Custom Cabinets in the spa-like primary bathroom.
A fascinating patterned wallcovering by Nina Campbell through Ainsworth-Noah and an antique chest converted into a vanity add to the air of sophistication in the first-floor powder room.
Upholstered with a vibrant patterned fabric by Beacon Hill with trim by Houlès, the powder room walls are the bold statement the owners envisioned. The custom fluted cabinetry is by Karpaty and the brass tile backsplash is by Ann Sacks.
A gold-patterned wallcovering from Twigs Fabrics and Wallpaper complements the Italian onyx floor in the spa-like primary bath. The custom vanity chair is by Schneller.
To add warmth to the primary bathroom and tie the space into the rest of the home, Izlar added a patterned wallcovering by Galbraith & Paul and an antique framed watercolor from Nicholson Gallery.
Dark wall paneling evokes a moody ambience in the powder room, where a vintage mirror hangs over an antique dresser that has been converted into a vanity.
Featuring raised stitching, the powder room’s vivid wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries is “a beautiful surprise,” says Douglass.
The powder room departs from the all-white interior with Cowtan & Tout wallpaper in Treasure Flower and wainscoting painted French Gray No. 18 by Farrow & Ball. The vanity is through Waterworks.
A grand arch over the vanity frames the mirror while reflecting the arched opening to the Kallista bathtub and courtyard fountain beyond. “I felt it was a great way to create a significant moment,” says Adams. “This is my favorite space in the home.”
Color-wise, the adjacent guest bathroom is treated in similar fashion, albeit with blue cabinetry and a patterned tile floor punctuating the space. Partnered with an antique wood table, the star of the space is a traditional claw-foot tub.
In the master bath, a pair of 17th-century Rococo consoles were transformed into vanities with glass vessel sinks.
To give the wife the elegant powder room she desired, Means and Carney lined the space in a graphic blue-and-white Lee Jofa wallpaper.
Since working for the lauded firm James Michael Howard, designer Nellie Jane Ossi has always revered its principal designer, Phoebe Howard, whom she also calls mom.
The movement in the stone speaks for itself,” says Ferrier of the onyx slabs that swathe the primary bathroom.
The clients didn’t want a visible tub skirt, so the main bathroom’s tub—built by Ralph Chapman of Creative Stone—was undermounted with the entire side made from Calacatta gold marble. In the center of the room, a marble herringbone pattern anchors the space.
Circular black mirrors from Casamidy are suspended in front of the floor-to-ceiling window in the well-illuminated master bathroom. The tub is from Waterworks.