This bathroom features a white standalone tub, Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray walls, a Visual Comfort chandelier from Jacqueline Chandelier, a Carrara marble countertop, a gray porcelain tile floor from Crossville Bedrock, and an indoor-outdoor Samode rug from Dash and Albert.
An overhead view of the open plan living area features four black velvet armchairs and a glass boomerang coffee table anchored by a geometric rug. Nearby, a round glass dining table provides seating for eight.
A vaulted ceiling with exposed wood beams covers this screened patio. A simple outdoor dining area and sitting area with rocking chairs allows plenty of space for entertaining. Durable floor tiles ground the space in a stylish way.
The spa like master bathroom showcases separate vanities with white marble waterfall legs and built-up tops. Gray tile combines the white and gray tones of the room as well as introduces pattern against the solid surfaces. A large mirror and the light color scheme accentuate the already spacious design of the room.
The newly relocated laundry room is in a hall space adjacent to the kitchen and serves as a combination laundry, pantry and home office. It features a patterned black, white and gray tile floor — and yet another set of large-scale French doors.
Hand made and glazed artisan tile flooring expands into the conservatory connecting it to the kitchen seamlessly through the arched doorway. Natural light creates an inviting and sunny look over the light, neutral colors. Walnut elements add a warmth to the room and accentuate the traditional design.
A glass door opens into this spacious walk in shower. The three remaining walls are covered in white subway tile for a bright and spacious feel. Small white and gray square tile flooring compliments the monochromatic design. A built in cubby and small corner bench create easy storage and use throughout the space.
Out of the way but not forgotten, this small white bathroom with a black and white chevron shower curtain is merry and bright. Keeping a pristine look to the approach, Pure Interiors Design enlarged the space without sacrificing its attractiveness. It's fun, playful and inviting.