American Society of Interior Designers, Georgia
GOLD- Residential New Construction – Bath
The design of the bathrooms focus on context and flow. Within the residence are the private spaces for the couple- individual bathrooms and dressing parlors, gym, massage room and two courtyards, one with an outdoor shower. The hallways create direct connections to different rooms so one can close the doors and not impede access to any other room or the outdoor courtyard.
On the gentleman’s side, there is a grand presentation of Blanco Trajane and Nuvolato Etrusco marble. The cabinetry is in hand-carved gunstock walnut and accented with an antique Italian Arts & Crafts mirror with unique inlays and modeled edges, c. 1900. Likewise, the room extends into a handsome dressing parlor finished in gunstock walnut paneling and includes many fine custom details for wardrobing and daily inspiration such as the 1950 c. bronze helmet sculpture.
On the lady’s side, opulence begins with the plaster walls in a lime wash finish and the ceiling of wood coffers complemented with an antique mirror. The vanity top is Calacutta Manhattan as are the mirror surround and door casings. To the right of the vanity is a Michel Salerno “Iron Eye,” France, 2016, a unique handmade mirror of forged steel, bronze and black nickel.
The space continues into a dressing parlor, an extension of her boudoir. The antique French white oak vanity holds a rare table-top braided clear glass frame with gold inclusions by Venini. Italy c. 1936, a custom wall mirror in 4k Gold leaf Stettheimer pattern, a custom Fisher Weisman Acanthus Minor Bench, and custom rug with bronze inlay.