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are angular, but in the powder room down
the hall, the forms are organic. The Chaos
chose the round basin and Kelly located a
slab of live-edge walnut to set it on. The
tiled wall, the color of chalk, is as textured
as a dry riverbed.
The master bath appears to be a study
in marble but is actually ink-jet-printed
porcelain and ceramic tile from Porcelanosa. The strong horizontal lines of the
vanity, with cove lighting under the cabinet
and behind the mirror, are accentuated by
tapered stainless steel handles set against
the same fir veneer as in the kitchen. The
countertop and backsplash are marbled
Yuki shakes her head at the memory of
the now-gone giant hot tub.
In Japan, she says, baths are
a time for serenity, not propulsion jets. A simple Koan
Freestanding Tub, also from
Porcelanosa, takes its place, positioned so
that the bather can gaze out at the trees.
“Carter put our abstract ideas into
reality,” Yuki says of their relationship
with Williams. Their renovation was not
done with the unnatural speed of a television project, but it was well worth the real-time wait.
a vessel sink set on a curvaceous live-edge
walnut slab combines nature with utility in the
powder room. The tiled wall, the color of chalk,
gives texture to the small space.
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