The downstairs bathroom was completely redone; only the bathtub remained. This is the only bathroom downstairs so it serves as the guest 'powder room'. It gets a lot of traffic and is right off the foyer, so we wanted a design that was durable but packed some 'wow' factor as well.
We selected elongated white ceramic tiles for the walls and tub surround, and marble in a basket weave pattern for the floor; all fixtures and hardware are in a polished chrome finish.
The glass washstand is the Gramercy from Restoration Hardware. Previously, we had a vanity that was just too large, so this piece really helps the room feel more spacious than it really is.
I used black and white art in black and silver frames. They are photos taken from some of our travels.
The ceiling was finished in silver leaf several years ago by our friend and artist Kelly Walker, and we installed crown molding during the remodel which really showcases her work. So the entire space has finally caught up to the glamour of the ceiling.
During the remodel, the office was given a new paint color and crown molding. The art is also by Kelly Walker.