This transitional neutral guest bathroom features a vanity made from a Chinese cabinet, then topped with Calacatta marble and a glass vessel sink. The floor features porcelain tile from Arizona Tile made to look like marble.
In this dining room, the light from a pair of chandeliers is captured in a huge eighteenth-century Italian mirror. The black Chinese cabinets tie into the black chairs and are in stark contrast to the light gray walls. A collection of antique candlesticks sit in the center of the table.
The master bathroom takes this home from the beach to the resort without missing a beat. The tile work, matching sinks and rustic, brass mirror all speak to the experience of an all-inclusive getaway. For a custom feel, Malene designed the bathroom vanity as a replica of a Chinese cabinet, featuring modern double sinks.
Ariene describes what was then a newly built, 3,100 square foot, 4-bedroom home as “craftsman-ish,” blending modern and classic elements. The home welcomes guests with an entryway that is a clear statement of what matters to the people who live here. A beautiful collection of objects occupies and sits atop the Chinese-style cabinet, which is flanked on both sides by images of iconic African American musicians. The walls and welcome mat promise more color and pattern to come.