To give a textural dimension to the walls, Williamson selected handcrafted sandstone mica metallic wallpaper by Ronald Redding for York. This “gives the room a soft, reflective glow when the room is lit at night,” she notes.
The bath contains several distinct work stations, including a makeup area with a vanity and seating. Two cream-toned Botticino marble countertops from Dal-Tile sit atop the vanity area. A mix of stained glass pendants and recessed light fixtures illuminates that space. Three antique chandeliers run the length of the master bath, adding a touch of formal elegance.
“In all, this lavish bathroom is a place where the homeowners come to relax, unwind and let the cares of the day fade away,” states Williamson.
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