White and creams punctuate the color scheme of this spa-like bathroom space, which serves the child’s and guest’s bedrooms.
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Woodrum and the design team first selected the white and beige mosaic tile for the shower stall and neutral linen-look tiles for the floor. Once that crucial decision was made, a collection of complementary accessories seemed to naturally fall into place. Crisp white cabinetry with sand-colored CaesarStone countertops serve as a backdrop for a dramatic Atoll mirror inspired by the shape of coral and flanked by two resin twig shelves. On the countertop, small white trays hold drinking glasses and beauty supplies. A mirror, turned right-side-up, offers luxury soap and hand towels and serves as a perch for a framed family photo and a potted emerald fronds plant. Why mirrors as service pieces? “It’s a way to keep things neater because they organize the space,” explains Woodrum. “It looks great, they are reflective – I love reflective surfaces — and everything is placed on the tray in an organized way.”
Sunlight from two small windows brightens the compact shower stall, which features polished-chrome Kohler bath fixtures and a tiled tub extension just large enough to accommodate a tray of candles and hand towels and a pot of Phalaenopisis orchids. A double towel rack adjacent to the tub holds plush organic Pottery Barn towels, and black-and-white photos of family, displayed in linen frames, add an unexpected yet heartwarming finishing touch.
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