Chicago, a based designer of Julia Buckingham says that he shopped the shimmery tub as the first thing he bought to complete the décor of this all-in-white bathroom. That copper tub adds a glamorous feel to this stunning airy bathroom. This shimmery tub is finished with nickel plating that maintains heat. The smooth shipper design of this graceful item seems so perfect for this stunning Victorian home in northwest Iowa. In another hand, a rug becomes the crown jewel and makes out of tile balances the bold point in this attic retreat. And the bonus is that you don’t need to clean and dry it. In addition, this rug enhances the interior of this lengthwise space with this mosaic pattern.
Originally, the owners were planning to put a master suite to this bath, but then they realized that this space is in the third-floor attic, with its exposed beams and peaked roof, offered an uncommon opportunity. Buckingham has enlarged the window casements and painted everything in this space in Chantilly Lace in Benjamin Moore, emitting dead center between a blue-white and off-white. Instead of adding the usual chandelier of crystal, Buckingham has found an idyllic fixture which is draped with chains. This item has the touch of farm country, and it feels more down to earth and rustic.
This tight powder room is accentuated by stunning and intricate Chinoiserie; the evocation or the imitation of Chinese techniques and motifs in Western architecture, art, and furniture, especially the 18th century. In this case, the idyllic Chinoiserie meets with the trellis orangery, with millwork by Accents of France Phillippe Le Manach. The backdrops of the walls are painted in subtle color of Dix Blue, while the treillage is in Plummett. Both of the paints are by Farrow & Ball. The wall mirror fits with the width of the space. This functional and decorative item has a rectangular shape and it is framed by stunning wooden frame. The frame has the same pattern of the dressing table and also is painted in the same color. Red flowers in a small white vase adorn the display of the countertop together with those two ornaments. The lantern which is hung in the hub of the ceiling is from Charles Edwards.
Source : www.housebeautiful.com