When empty nesters in Edwardsville sought to create a grand abode for themselves and for visiting household, they enlisted the experience of St. Louis-based agency Jessie D. Miller Inside Design.
The shoppers embraced a recent rustic design with European aptitude, which Jessie D. Miller (the agency’s namesake) translated all through the whole dwelling. For this en suite visitor toilet – one in every of 5 – she envisioned a recent tackle a masculine, European clubhouse.
“For houses with two or extra visitor rooms, I like to alternate a vibe of masculine and female between them – a enjoyable break to the standard unisex designs within the majority of a house,” Miller explains.
A black riveted bathtub sits atop huge plank hardwood flooring, accented with vintage rugs and stylish décor. Miller says these layers and textiles add “design curiosity and a comfy layer to a sometimes utilitarian room.”
“One of many first selections was to run the beautiful hardwood flooring all through all the bogs, versus transitioning to stone or tile,” she explains. “My intent with the wooden flooring was to infuse an off-the-cuff consolation and patina – one thing that’s usually missed in at this time’s huge, McMansion-esque customized builds.”
In the meantime, calacatta gold marble tiles on the partitions and regal customized material panels preserve an opulent ambiance.
“I completely love the drama of the floor-to-ceiling material panels with Greek key trim on this toilet,” Miller says. “My seamstress, Jeanette Longfellow, actually outdid herself on this venture.”