AFTER - Narural sand and adobe colors create a Southwestern influence. Seven different shapes of the same variegated tile create a harmonious yet interesting Southwestern palette. The tile is continued in the vanity top, which is edged by a thick oak bull nose. The beveled mirror over the vanity is framed with the same tile that runs horizontally around the room.
The heavily distressed and detailed oak vanity, sits upon chunky legs, suggesting the rich look of a Mexican cabinet. The wood added color and an unexpected finish to give the room additional contrast. The oak in the vanity is echoed in the matching stained doors and trim, both of which warm the entire room.
Photography David van Scott