Creams, yellows and browns make up the sunny color palette of the 2006 Dream Home's summer-style master bedroom, bathroom and sauna.
In the bathroom, Linda Woodrum again used a monochromatic color scheme, with "Creamy" paint on the walls, ceiling and trim. The sense of being surrounded by nature is heightened by other natural materials, including blonde wood floors (the same Australian cypress used throughout the house), and travertine countertops and tile in shades of mocha and walnut.
"It's monochromatic, but it's also warm, natural, organic," says Woodrum. "It should be a space that's restful, a place to go to rejuvenate before you face the world."
A magnificent walk-in shower with glass walls and door and hand-burnished travertine tile fills one end of the room. In the center of the room, a Jacuzzi tub surrounded by windows provides the perfect spot a soothing soak.
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