The white, shiplap detail on the walls helped to keep the design of the master bathroom simple, while chrome finishes on the fixtures and the classic black and white color palette maintain the timeless design that the homeowners wanted.
Notice how designer Kimberly Niosi complemented the gray veins of the cool marble backsplash with a chrome sink and faucet. Though seemingly small, details like this make a big impact on the overall design.
The perfect color for the bathroom: white. White subway tile walls and a white vanity with a marble countertop add a fresh, clean look to the design. A frameless mirror and chrome details complete the stunning look.
A graphic area rug makes a bold statement and anchors the furniture in this contemporary living room. The rug's gray and white color palette is reflected throughout the furnishings from the upholstered bench and sofa to the white armchairs with chrome details.
The family room is anchored by the stunning table featuring chrome details and a painted driftwood top. The linen color of the sofa matches almost perfectly with the ocean in the background, while a custom striped rug helps pick up other subtle color tones in the room.
The Midcentury Modern kitchen features linear mosaic tile and a suspended sculptural chandelier. Custom chrome swivel barstools were upholstered in a metallic snakeskin patterned fabric for a fashionable statement at the bar.
Down the hall, a bright and airy powder room waits at the ready for guests. To make the small space seem larger, the architects topped the sink with a long mirror and added chrome and marble details for subtle visual interest.
Influences from architect Frank Lloyd Wright are seen in this powder room with the rhythmic play of the decorative vertical wood ladder detail, horizontal stacked bands of solid surface material and wood for the vanity. Additional warmth and interest were added with three stacked metal horizontal sconces. The vertical band of mirror visually expands the space, and the chrome faucet disappears into the mirror, creating a waterfall experience into the sculptural stone sink.