Special attention was paid when designing and decorating the second-floor bathroom, as it would be visible from the loft area and utilized by both family and guests. “Because this bathroom is so visible, and it’s going be used so often, it needs to look great,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. “And it needs to have such a strong design because of the high usage.”
“It’s very quiet and soothing, but it’s very rich and understated,” says interior designer Linda Woodrom of the room’s silver, white and cream color palette.
Ceramic tile flooring, with the look of travertine, is paired with sleek white cabinetry.
A shower curtain, custom-made for the space, hangs from the top of the wall to showcase the floor-to-ceiling bathtub surround and emphasize the 9-foot ceiling. “It adds to the whole drama and the beauty of that room,”
The bathroom mirror, silver-leafed by carpenter David Brown, adds an element of Hollywood glam to the luxurious bathroom space. “You don’t expect it and it looks good in there,”