The coffered floor was inspired by the coffered ceilings in the rest of the home. To create it, 18" squares of Calcutta marble were honed to give them an aged look and set into borders of porcelain tile that mimics walnut beams. Because there is radiant heat underneath, the floor stays toasty all year round.
For the cabinetry, the goal was to create units that looked like they were heirloom pieces of furniture that had been rolled into the room. To emphasize this impression, castors were custom-made for the walnut double-sink vanity with Botticino marble top. There are two framed and recessed medicine cabinets in the wall above.
Photographer: Peter Rymwid