The designer of this master bathroom, David Kleinberd based the outlook of the traditional sink-stand on an iron console with a French touch. The chic console is just so fit with the corner space of this small master bath. A framed-wall mirror is flanked by two small wall sconces with white lampshades. They display has created a symmetrical look to this corner spot. Add a bunch of fresh flower on a tiny vase to prettify the top of the sink. Since the countertop of the sink is not spacious, you can utilize each space available to place some toiletries, vase, and decorative ornaments on this spot. This area truly optimizes a cramped space nearby the main entrance of this American classic bath. This private space is accentuated by high-spirited feel of an old 1920s home which is located in Long Island.
We can see a contrast look which is depicted by the neutral white backdrops on the surface of the ceiling and walls with the dark brown shade of the glossy wooden floor. The white tub is set nearby the window treatment to allow the users to enjoy the scenic views thru the translucent glass. Moreover, the placement will also allow the inhabitants to get good air circulation. The smooth tub is completed with functional tap made of stainless steel. To avoid from any slippery, the surface of the wooden floor is covered by the addition of 1950s Swedish beige rug by Marianne Richter.
If you still feel curious to all interior decors of this Long Island house, you can take a look at other rooms by doing home trip. You can start it from the living room with the mix between serious antiques and relaxed gathering rooms. Move to the home library; a painting as a masterpiece of David Salle becomes the dominant presence in this cozy space. This artistic decorative item is quite huge and mounted on the beige wall over the cushioned armchair. The next space is the dining room which completed with a set of the old 1950s chairs made of oak by Maxime Old. The surface of the classic chairs are coated with their original leather in black.
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