I first introduced you to the Rose family home in July. Do you remember the Rose home? The kitchen with the La Cornue stove? The amazing bar and living spaces? Now I want to share round two, the upstairs. We added unexpected features throughout the rooms to create warmth and charm. It was such a privilege to complete this wonderful project. Upstairs contains some of my favorite details.
The master bath is so fantastic that a picture can not capture the glory :). Reeded wood doors made out of white oak give a unique look to the vanities. The vanities served as the starting point. The other elements all work in conjunction with these natural pieces to yield a sophisticated room. The brass details add warmth and the free standing tub is the perfect soaking spot. It is not a room I would be eager to leave.
Not to be left out, the girls’ bathroom got a fun, detailed floor. I designed the floor with a basic hex tile but added black tiles to create a “flower” design. The hot pink sconces are just the best. The classic white tile with the pop of color make this an updated traditional space.
The boys’ bathroom does not disappoint either. We used basic materials and then added a punch with a black herringbone tile framed by brass strips. The metal is an unexpected feature and the contrast of white black brings the drama.
Each of the bedrooms have special detail as well. The seating area in the master bedroom is framed with the same white oak featured in the bathroom vanities. We added a built-in bench in each of the girls’ bedrooms and in the boys’ rooms we created floating desks. Each of these little details add up to a lot of delightful character.
I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I do.