Wood floors and a quaint clawfoot tub centered in the space create an old-fashioned bathing room that incorporates modern conveniences. Part of an 1870-built property on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, this Gothic Revival luxury home has been updated to meet the needs of a 21st-century family. Sheer curtains provide privacy and screen the room from the bright Sydney sunshine.
The tub and shower in this modern master bathroom combine in a spacious wet room, and the frameless glass divider helps to visually expand the space. Facing wood vanities with built-in storage cabinets create balance and symmetry.
The bathroom in the master bedroom is the most modern room in the home. Tiled walls in a deep gray stand out against a stark, white vanity. The neutral colors partnered with modern furnishings and fixtures allow this modern bath to feel large and luxurious.
The modern living room in this houseboat is bathed in plenty of natural light from the large windows on each wall, and with a large sectional for ample seating, this space is perfect for relaxing or entertaining.
Comfort and convenience define this contemporary sitting room, designed by TriplePoint Design Build, with its built-in cabinetry and minimalist furnishings. Continuing the neutral color scheme defined for this home, the space features a small couch, interesting multicolor art and an hourglass-style floor lamp with drum shade. The wood floor is partially covered by a area rug in a brown and beige circular design. For convenience sake, a bathroom has been included adjacent to the room.
When the curtains are open, soft natural light spills into this transitional living room, catching on the crushed velvet sofa and glass-topped coffee table. Through the small archway to the left, guests will find the powder room and another door to the back patio.
This white, contemporary girl's bedroom benefits from ample windows and glass doors that bring in loads of natural light. From a sleek glass desk to a crisp upholstered bed, furnishings are minimal, but fun. An en-suite bath makes this a perfect nest for a tween or teenage girl.
Peaked ceilings lend an open, expansive quality to rooms in the Nesbitt home and help amplify Elizabeth's desire for "California"-style in her space. Though she and Curt (who met on a blind date) both hail from the South, "I've always loved California," she admits.
Relax away what ever the day may bring in the white marble soaking tub in this modern white bathroom. Soft pendant lighting brightens the bowl sink and the white subway tile backsplash. The refreshing bamboo inspired wallpaper add even more texture to the room.
This master bathroom features a walk-in shower overlooking a pool and deck. The Roman shade in the shower is made from moisture-resistant indoor-outdoor fabric while a bamboo and rattan chest provides storage.
The wet room creates a spa like feel to this master bath. Carrera Marble in varying sizes and formats create continuity and interest. The Bain Ultra tub and multiple showerheads add to the message of pure relaxation. The yellow barn door separates the bath from the bedroom. The color palette continues into the bedroom with yellow and white Grange Hermitage Clover Leaf Chests on either side of the upholstered A Rudin bed.
This master bathroom showcases the stunning ocean views by integrating windows, sliding doors and shutters into the available wall space around the room. A spacious shower even connects to the oceanfront patio, making it feel alfresco. To create this contemporary coastal look, designer Bruce Palmer uses copper, reclaimed wood and more modern pieces to form a resort-esque retreat. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins
Ironically enough, before even knowing what the room was once used for, designer Young Huh envisioned it as an art studio—the overhead lighting is that good! Her magical design, called “Young at Art,” explores the allure of an artist’s studio. The walls are covered with Fromental’s Braque (a large-scale collage inspired by Cubism) while a Mason Gerard easel and an array of abstract art complete the design.
The closet, painted a bold pink and filled with cans of paint and figurine palm trees, was a happy surprise.