There are a multitude of design decisions required in the forming of a great bathroom. Perhaps it is the scale of this room which demands such a heightened process and attention to detail, constituting one of my favourite design exercises. In this shared master bath we strove to achieve a harmony in performance. Balancing material, form and appliance, to create a functional space for two, that is also a beautiful retreat. The bathroom is part of an extensive (gut) renovation to a heritage home, where we created new classic spaces to demonstrate a notion about time-honored quality and style.
The large format limestone tile anchors and bookends all white fixtures and cabinets, imparting warmth to the minimalist geometry. A series of Vistosi spun glass wall fixtures add beauty light, and a glamourous gesture.'The basic rules of proportion and scale are unchanging. They are reinterpreted according to the needs of the time. I like simplicity and I believe in restraint. Above all, there should be harmony-of proportion, line, colour, and feeling. The most important element in decorating is the relationship between objects-in size, form, texture, colour and meaning. None of these is in good taste in itself but only in relationship to where it has been placed and what purpose it is to serve.' Eleanor McMillen Brown. The legendary interior designer's contribution is documented in the book Sixty years of interior design; the world of McMillen.