In my last post, I shared a project I completed last year in Westhampton (actually a hamlet of Westhampton,named Remsenburg). Today, I am sharing a little bit more of that project because with a house this size, there are a lot of bathrooms. I think plenty enough for a blog post all their own. Each one has a touch of coastal style all it’s own.
As you can see from the images above, we didn’t replicate the style in any of the bathrooms. I saved the best for last, of course. I hand finished the his and her vanities and mirrors as well as the walls in the master bath above. I wish I could say that my bathroom was as spacious and elegant as this one! However, one of the best benefits of my job as an interior designer, is creating the kinds a spaces I dream about and knowing that my clients are enjoying them.
Do you like the coastal style for your bathroom? Do you prefer sophisticated or do you prefer the cottage look? What do you you think of cedar or painted tongue and groove walls for you bathroom? Let me know. I’ve love to hear from you.