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time warp master bath


What was your jumping-off point? I wanted to take cues from the original details of the home, which was built in 1911. Also, I like uncluttered, simple bathrooms, so my personal preference was to keep the space clean and classic. My starting point was the black-and-white floor tile. I had already added beautiful hand-painted flowers in the entrance foyer of this home and it seemed fitting here to recreate a classic flower pattern used in homes during this time. I then chose a subway tile for the walls in this beautiful Rice Paper color that, upon closer inspection, has a faint ring around the perimeter, which I highlighted with a matching deep gray grout. What about that teal hue? I finished the cabinet in this beautiful teal oil paint that I originally stumbled upon as a sample in the cabinet builder’s workshop. I instantly knew I wanted to use that color somewhere in the home. In certain lighting it almost appears black, but when the sun is shining through the window, the richness of the color really comes out. How did the brass come into play? To keep the room from feeling too sterile, I added brass fixtures and hardware. The brass helped create a certain richness with touches of glamour and warmth. The mirrors are my favorite pieces in the space as they are replicas of 1930s wall consoles from France. I like a clean, quiet space where everything is done for a reason and not because of a trend. Interior Design / Casey Keasler / Casework / Astoria Mirrors with Trays / Restoration Hardware / Matte Black & White 2-inch Hex Tiles / Daltile / Midcentury Knobs / Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. / Purist Widespread Bathroom Sink Faucets / Kohler / Subway Tile in Rice Paper / Ann Sacks / 20th C. Factory Filament Glass CafÊ Sconces / Restoration Hardware /

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photo: casey keasler.


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Luxe Magazine Spring 2015 Pacific Northwest  

Luxe Magazine Spring 2015 Pacific Northwest