Designed for the 2017 San Francisco Decorator's Showcase, this gorgeous space was inspired by the modern interplay between light and texture, and the question--"What if the room's lighting actually becomes the texture?" An ordinary object was used out of its normal context to create a stunning wall of light designed with everyday drinking glasses. Handblown glass pendants from Studio Bel Vetro and artisanal glass objects from SkLO add to this room's tale of glass. Cambria's rough hand-chiseled stone in the shower and textured wallpaper from Phillip Jefferies provides added dimension to ground the space and keep the light and glass from becoming overbearing. The result is a high wattage bathroom that tells a beautiful story of glass, light and texture. [Flooring by Neolith, artwork by Dolby Chadwick Gallery, plumbing fixtures by Kohler.] www.ularch.com
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A Thousand Watt Bathroom