This luxurious neoclassic bathroom in Santa Ana Heights, Calif., boasts a gigantic Roman tub, a flat screen TV with retractable art, custom chandeliers and shagreen front vanity cabinets with durable Caesarstone counter tops.
Situated on a mountaintop outside Charlottesville, Virginia, Monticello, a 5,000-acre plantation, was the home of Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, third president of the United States, and founder of the University of Virginia.
The three-drawer chests that act as nightstands and blend neoclassic and midcentury-modern design include antique brass handles, brass caps on the feet and handsome walnut fronts with black painted sides.
In this Neoclassic-styled entryway, richly-carved details and gold leaf accents highlight the sideboard and gilded mirror. A pair of buffet lamps and a custom floral arrangement project a flair of timeless elegance.
This master bath is centered around a Roman tub with a mosaic surround with detailing, which echoes the mosaic half-dome ceiling overhead. Blue polished plastic walls are hand-stenciled in a French neoclassic design.
The Neoclassic-inspired vanity conceals the power for blow dryers and curling irons, as well as an integrated towel warmer. The vanity is topped with polished Calacutta marble, and the backsplash creates a luxurious feel with beveled diamond-shaped mirrors.