“It is no accident which walls are wood and which walls are reflective in white,” she adds, noting that the beaded chandelier in the tub niche provides just enough lighting in the area, which doesn’t need to be brightly lit. Sconces on each side of the vanity add extra brightness as well as a feminine touch that offers graceful elegance over a more severe bath bar.
To address storage needs, the designer added medicine cabinets behind the vanity mirrors. Hidden storage is also located behind the panels to the left of the tub. The walnut vanity, custom designed by Edwards, features six fully functional drawers and a Cameo White Corian top.
“I just love Corian,” she says. “It’s incredibly easy to maintain. And the pure Cameo White offers a nice match to the honed white sinks by Kohler. The waterfall edges also bring white down to the floor, offering a full frame effect. Wherever there is walnut, I wanted it framed in white.”
Designed to resemble Calcutta marble, the floor is actually porcelain tile from Porcelanosa. “The tiles look just like the real thing,” she says.
Edwards added chrome Axor Citterio fixtures with recessed plates “so they are flush with the mirror to maintain the geometry of the space,” she says. “The fixtures also have a beautiful swan neck, which adds a soft, graceful touch.”