The bathroom was designed to maximize storage, with space under the vanity, in a small cabinet by the tub, and in another floor-to-ceiling cabinet (not shown). “The idea was that you shouldn’t have to leave the bathroom for a towel or anything else you might need,” says Chambers.
With their stunning yet subtle color variation, the cream-and-gray Waterworks Keystone tiles—used in squares in the shower and in a chevron pattern on the floor—deliver a graphic visual impact. “With the chevron pattern, you have a lot of grout lines, which creates more traction to minimize slipping,” Chambers says. Polished nickel—in the form of fixtures by Waterworks and Evasion sconces by Jean De Merry—adds a bit of sheen to the room.