I do really the natural charm of the river rock floor that creates a beautiful mosaic pattern in this cozy country home. The rocks are in big scales that echo the natural feel to the décor of this Spanish-style master bathroom. The designer –Kelley McDowell went out of the box by bringing the rock floor to the interior décor of this private space. She also chose a reminiscent of shower door to separate this area from the main space with the white tub. The door is made of casement window with the black framed-metal element. Over the corner tub, there is an elegant chandelier in dark black tone that looks so contrast with the pristine white wall backdrop. Some paintings of doves over the tub try to enliven the plain look of the white wall. A black doormat with colorful polka dot pattern is placed nearly the tub to avoid anyone from slippery. A small side table of wood is placed nearby the main door to accommodate some lovely flowers in a yellow vase.
Sometimes, rooms under eaves feel so tight so that Tom Scheerer -the designer of this master bathroom- accentuated the low slope in this bathroom by covering its surface with an idyllic aviary-patterned toile. The ceiling then opens up to the entire space of this cramped bathroom. The end wall is used to set the vanity with rustic wooden table and countertop. This couple is coupled with an armless chair in the dark woodsy shade. The Golden faucet is added to add the function of the white sink. The color of the faucet, in addition, echoes the elegant shade of the wood. A window casement is covered by beige sheer which still allows the daylight to permeate this space. A wall mirror with a wooden frame is stapled with white sconces. To optimize the space available, the wooden hook is mounted on the wall to hang some hats. Not only that, the side of the vanity table is used to place some towels. Add purple flower on a vase to prettify the display of the vanity countertop.
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