A bath {for her}

In a home  in Mountain Brook, Alabama we designed many things during the addition renovation of the 1929 tudor. Part of the addition was a master suite.  In the master suite we designed his and her baths with adjoining his and her closets, respectively.  This is a glimpse into her bath.  It is a light and crisp bath with feminine touches.  Just beyond you can see her beautifully adorned closet(we will show you later).  We love a chandelier in a bath.  Doesn’t it just add that special touch?  In this bath the chandelier is antique.  We found it while shopping in Birmingham(there are great antique shops in Birmingham if you have never been to look around).  The room just exudes relaxation.  Just as a bath should.  The antique mirror above the vanity incorporates the greens from the bedroom without having a green bathroom.  The walls above the tile are venetian plaster with very subtle color changes.  The slipcovered chair and  sheers add just a touch of fabric to the room. All together the room is a subtle mix of colors, textures, and hues.

I hope you enjoyed another glimpse into this home.



8 thoughts on “A bath {for her}

  1. Absolutely beautiful! I could never do without his and her bathrooms! That has been the greatest luxury of “redoing” a house that had existing baths…. it forced us to “have ” to have our own bathrooms and we can’t imagine anything else!!! This one is especially beautiful… and Yes!!! A chandelier is a Must in a bathroom!!!!!


  2. love it. As usual your work is beyond gorgeous! Can you change our link on your blog to shopfrenchmarket.com. Thanks!

    Also, we are dropping our blog tomorrow. Mrs. French. blog-mrsfrench.blogspot.com



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