When designer John Wiltgen was employed to create a bathroom for a 4-year-old girl, she made just one demand of him–it had to be red. Audrey is a fun-loving little girl who enjoys ballet dancing and ladybugs. She knew exactly what she wanted in her bed and bath suite — the color red. And even though red really didn't fit into the scheme of the rest of the house, it didn't matter.
To help keep the space young and fun, the room's two sconces and chandelier are delicately pretty, with just a touch whimsy.
The faux-finished walls were sponge painted with various shades of red to add depth and texture.
In the shower and tub area, one of Audrey;s favorite things was incorporated into the design. Ladybugs adorn the window drapes, shower curtain and bath towels.
The most stunning piece in the room is the white-lacquered 18th-century Bombay chest that doubles as the vanity. The chest is topped with a red granulated-quartz counter. The white solid-surface sink was under-mounted to make the bright red countertop seamless.
A custom-made mosaic mirror full of ladybugs hangs above the vanity.
A custom-glazed red brick tile runs the length of the room and surrounds the white porcelain bathtub.