the expanded master suite includes “her”
bath and a new dressing room that
incorporates a center console for extra storage
and a washer and dryer tucked into an alcove.
The bathroom also has access to a private
outdoor deck where, in good weather, the
owner can pratice yoga and enjoy the view.
At the client’s request, they used the
same model of Dornbracht faucets that were
in the original bath, which is now redone and
the domain of her husband. “The line had
been discontinued,” says Peng, who would not
be deterred. “It took a while, but we found
them for her.”
In the wash of soft muted grays, the wal-
nut veneer on the tub plinth and the corner
vanity anchors the room. The vanity mirror
encompasses an entire corner and is fully
backlit. Lighting sources also include long
vertical sconces, and, a fully illuminated
warm fluorescent soffit.
“Both teams really worked together on
this project,” says Peng. “Woodmeister is
very detail oriented, so it was a great collaboration.” With final touches made this fall,
the homeowners are both happy. He has a
refurbished bath to himself and has spread
his shirts, shoes, and ties throughout the old
walk-in closet. He also got an office/library
and a shared sitting room.
She got everything she wanted just in
time to enjoy the sweep of fall color on the
gentle hills in the distance. In this tranquil
space, what more could you ask?