Floral tiling on the walls of the master bathroom help ground that wing of the house, using earthly color and ornament to detail the space. As Aaron points out, it feels “more patterned, more personal down at this end of the house,” and the bathroom, with its view of a Japanese maple, is one of the major reasons for this.
The decor of the master bedroom remains stark, but a black chandelier brings a touch
of complexity to an otherwise white space. The same maple tree can be seen through the rear glass wall, providing a visual focus for this wing of the house.