This powder room is a secret grotto with walls covered in African slate slabs accented by a gilded, Empire wall mirror. The cast-stone sink from Renaissance is fitted with a Waterworks wall-mounted faucet set.
This dressing room and the bath beyond are connected by a dramatic vestibule capped with a barrel-vaulted Venetian plaster ceiling. Watercolors from the 1930s of Adrian costume designs hang above the wrought-iron demilune French console table. The zebra ottoman adds a graphic accent. The bath is anchored by an ample enameled Waterworks soaking tub. Note the tall cherry column on the side, which rotates to reveal hidden storage.
This Lacanche steel and nickel range made in Burgandy, France is the centerpiece of this chef's kitchen. Rohl pot filler and antique iron fireback dating from the 1700s is surrounded by Waterworks and Sonoma Tilemakers tile.
Walker Zanger stone floors set the stage for the exposed polished nickel plumbing and towel warmer, the antique silver chandelier and leaded glass window. The Water Monopoly tub was fashioned after a 19th-century French tub and stands surrounded by neutral Waterworks and Sonoma Tilemakers tile.
A bi-level floating vanity in a warm wood finish adds an earthy, organic element to this clean and modern white bathroom. Undulating white tile by Porcelanosa brings a strong dose of texture to the walls, and neutral tile floors continue into the walk-in shower, elongating the space. Shower fittings are by Waterworks.