Thanks to a pair of brother architects, this flat on Paris's Right Bank includes a dark and moody aesthetic that updates classic French design for the 21st century. The master bathroom holds a 1960s chandelier, a 1950s table, and also a armchair. The market is clad in tiles the walls are of marble, and the floor is tiled with marble and gold-leafed-glass mosaics.
This guest bath includes Vendome sconces by Thomas O'Brien for Visual Comfort, a salvaged 1920s bathtub and pedestal sink, and a Burmese teak mirror within this Bellport, New York house.
To get a San Francisco family, designer Ken Fulk restored a faded 19th-century landmark, changing it into a multifunctional 21st-century home without losing some of its time drama. The marble bathtub in the spouse's toilet is by Urban Archaeology, the wallcovering is hand-painted, and the flooring is by Fox Marble.
In the guest tub of the Los Angeles farmhouse, a chair is upholstered in the California state flag, the fixtures and sink are by Waterworks, the habit wallcovering is by Nathalie Lété, and the door is painted in Farrow & Ball's Studio Green.
A sculpture by Louise Bourgeois overlooks a bathroom in French architect Jacques Grange's Paris apartment. The chandelier is 19th-century; the tub, sink, and faucet are by L'Epi d'Or and the inlaid marble flooring relies on a pattern. Our location.