In addition to a coffee center and wine storage unit, the new breakfast room also features open shelves for cookbooks and an upholstered bench that makes the space feel cozy and inviting.
The floor with an inset basket weave of Carrara marble and black granite dots is one of the final touches that infuses Old World opulence into this master bathroom.
A driftwood end table juxtaposes with the clean lines of the contemporary sofa and the abstract sculptural piece. Sheers diffuse light from the floor-to-ceiling windows, and a natural fiber area rug adds style underfoot.
This bathroom, designed by Mark Williams, flaunts a pristine double vanity with granite counter top. Brick patterned white wall tiling maintains the bright atmosphere while adding textural complexity, and large windows flood the space with natural light, highlighting all details.
This traditional bathroom has white subway tile and a marble surround. The freestanding bathtub offers the perfect place to relax under the large picture window.
Sleek white cabinets and stainless steel appliances create a streamlined kitchen design. Industrial barstools provide seating at the large island. A butcher block slab on the island adds warm wood tones and provides a convenient spot for food prep.
This gorgeous traditional bathroom turns a dormer window into a striking architectural detail by covering the barrel walls in Calacatta marble tile. A slipper tub nestled in the nook is a sunny spot to enjoy a long soak.
White marble tile lines the entirety of this spa shower creating a luxurious effect. A built-in bench and ledge provide convenient surfaces to store shower accessories. A bamboo mat offers a soft cushion for feet during extra long, indulgent showers.
A vaulted ceiling with exposed wood beams covers this screened patio. A simple outdoor dining area and sitting area with rocking chairs allows plenty of space for entertaining. Durable floor tiles ground the space in a stylish way.
When renovating a bath in a historic home, designer Mark Williams had to work within a small footprint. “Baths were not as luxuriously proportioned back then so we had to get creative with storage solutions,” he says. “We built in a large piece—designed to look like an armoire—but is actually linen storage above, and a hamper below. The antiqued mirror insets in the upper cabinet doors make the whole space feel larger.”
Glazed ceramic subway tiles are an inexpensive and classic addition to any bathroom. Designer Mark Williams loves to use them on the walls since they serve a practical solution and create a refined look.