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As the designer, I believe that quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten…
Especially for my English Tudor Revival Remodel Project. The quality was key in terms of tiles, period appropriate fixtures and furniture, and the luxury spa master bathroom suite .
As an Interior designer, I create sophisticated spaces in which you can still relax. Such is the case with my English Tudor remodel of a luxury spa master bathroom suite in Great Neck, New York . My design for this luxurious spa bathroom were inspired by the style of the home, the colors from the 1920’s and my recent love of designing with honey onyx tile. I mixed patterns and sizes s to create a trump l’oeil effects on the main spa floor, designing with a border of tiles in place of an actual area rug on the floor and even included honey onyx into the his and hers walk in closet areas .
Other key design elements included : Antique vanity with claw feet, vintage patina mirrors, authentic Tiffany hand blown glass shades for fixtures, and antique brass hardware in the shower, soaking tub and wall accessories. There is one vessel sink in honey onyx, and an original stained glass window to allow sufficient day light into the space, the walls are all trimmed with 1 x 1 mosaic tiles surrounded by a rose-colored granite for the vanity sink and steam shower bench areas.
The artwork was also an important element in the room. It’s definitely a chic room but you also feel like you could lie down and take a nap on that fabulous antique bench covered in beautiful period style fabric. The designs are a great example of my work and “ that neutrals don’t have to be boring”. But then again, “ I couldn’t image ever designing a boring space”.
Again, “quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten”.