The vanities consist of two drawer banks which flank a frosted sea glass tile countertop and front face. The three mirrors above are built-in with sconces between and tie into the mouldings of the doors the side of each vanity. A beautiful bubble glass chandelier in the same frosted sea glass color hangs in the center of the room and creates a visual statement.
On the opposite side of the room I wanted to create the same symmetry. One door leads to the walk-in closet and I felt it was important to also add a door to the left of this vanity. Behind this door we custom built a large medicine cabinet. From the outside this looks like a regular door but when it's opened you find narrow shelves that are the perfect depth for medicine and cosmetics and we even added electrical outlets and cut-outs in the shelves to hold a hairdryer.
At the end of the hall is the master bedroom. While the ceilings are already high, we added a bumped up peak treated with tongue and groove paneling. The French doors provide an indoor/outdoor feel while offering great views to the pool and the water view beyond.
So many people have inquired about the glass chandelier in this bathroom. It was purchased at Anthropologie a few years ago and is sadly no longer available. But I was happy to see that they recently added a clear glass version:
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