Classicism is as important to the room’s design as the Far East influence. The floor plan features formal symmetry, with the his-and-her areas extending off the center in exactly the same size and shape. Other classical features include ogee moldings, columns, and an X motif. “The X motif of the mullions on the windows, cabinets, and the woman’s bath gives continuity to the design,” Young says. It also provides an opportunity for creative backing. For example, the mullions of the clerestory windows are backed with mirrors for “a shimmery effect,” says the designer.
“For her area, I was going for a to-the-nines dressing table and a second tub where she could bathe privately,” says Young. Encrusted with mirrors, the woman’s dressing table is high-glam; Philippe Starck’s clear Louis “Ghost” chair adds to the effect.
Dressing table (“Chamberlain Maple’’ in Dove); door style (“Evansville’’ in Dove): KraftMaid Cabinetry.
Dressing-table glass inserts (Color 3): Erin Adams Design.
Dressing-table mirror inserts: custom.
Hardware (“Pinstripe’’ #K-13126 in Vibrant Brushed Nickel): Kohler.
Solid-surface countertop (“Blue Pebble’’); solid-surface mirror frame (“Silver Birch’’): DuPont Corian.
Sconces (“Presidio’’ in Satin Nickel): Boyd Lighting.
Wall covering (“Kisho Sisal’’ in Silver #5002921): F. Schumacher & Co.
Pre-finished moldings (crown, base, and trim in Dove): KraftMaid Cabinetry.
Chair (“Louis Ghost Armchair ‘‘in Crystal #2456): Design Within Reach.
Pillow fabric (“Kyousha Silk in Aqua #2644522): F. Schumacher & Co.
Bath accessories (Newbury in white); glass and polished nickel accessories (Strande); enamel frames (Greenwich in Ivory): Restoration Hardware.
Silver tray: Pottery Barn.
Ceramic bowl: Maison Midi.
Jewelry: J. Crew.