The large area demarcated for the master bath was very long and narrow, so the space was broken up into three smaller rooms divided by function: the vanity area, a seated dressing table, and the bathing area, featuring both a freestanding tub and a walk-in shower.
The walls and ceiling are covered in enameled millwork, emulating panels. This classic, tailored look establishes a harmony with the architecture of the house and exudes a feeling of understated luxury.
The white finishes, coupled with the multiple mirrors at the vanity, on the sliding glass pocket doors, and at the back of the tall shelves, work together to reflect natural light from the many windows in the space.
The seated make-up vanity area has angled mirror door panels, carefully sized to swing freely next to the sconces, which provide proper light distribution for a make-up area.
Alise O'Brien Photography