A talented designer known as Deirdre Doherty has ingeniously blended a bathroom in a Spanish revival home with a touch of industrial chic. This spacious space is one of the rooms in an elegant home which is located in Los Angeles. This space gets its new fresh look from the previous revival bath. Spey tub of Drummond with dark black outer together with the silver standpipe have taken the center stage and become the stars in this spacious space.
The shower stall which is made of glass and steel has got the fabricated touch by Elite Remodeling, and this stunning item is also equally eye-catching with the black tub and silver standpipe. The wall tile that exudes a neutral color of white is for Ann Sacks by Michael S. Smith. The floor tile is so idyllic with the charm of the intricate black pattern; the tile is by Granada Tile. The shelf of the tub which showcases a black and stripe pattern is by Etsy, while the rug which is inlaid in front of the shower room is by Woven Accents.
To showcase the charm of each furnishing in this private space, an obsolete pendant which has a vintage look is hung on the hub of the ceiling to irradiate an even illumination to the entire space. This classic lighting fixture is mounted precisely above the bathtub. The paint of the ceiling is in Bone Chine of Dunn-Edwards Suprema that emits a neutral and look at its surface. This bathroom is also completed with a cozy bath seating with an antique white chaise which is coated in modest Belgian linen.
The area of indoor lounging is covered by stripes carpet in brown and white. A standing rack is placed in front of the chaise to place some towels or bath robes. The corner spot of this space is used to place an open cabinet and also a cupboard. The corner cabinet is used to accommodate many items and stuff to avoid any clutter look, while the cupboard is equipped with mirror at its front doors. You can use the mirrors see your own reflection when you make up yourself.
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