Pavonazzetto marble and stainless steel. Venetian plaster on the walls. A custom stainless apron sink is served by twin Karbon faucets.
The hood and island are like blocks of Pavonazzetto marble.
This entry, featuring a marble “tumbling block” pattern, serves to re-orient the visitor into the alternate reality of this house, and serves as a formal de-cloaking room, with full closet behind the mirror door.
The stairs are clad with Pavonazzetto marble. The railings are oiled steel with bronze banisters. The Venetian plaster is by master Francois Pascal.
Simple, dramatic elegant picture windows frame the spectacular nature, in this case a glorious Magnolia tree.
A grand salon providing for living, dining, and contemplation of the idyllic forest outside. The floors are quarter sawn walnut, a true rarity.
A meditative pool of light at the bottom of the stairwell. The skylight is 40 feet above!
The master bath vanity, all clad in Statuario marble.
The shower, also in Statuario, has a skylight and steam bath.
The floors alternate between Statuario and Nero Marquina marble. All windows feature this tilt function as well as inward swing for easy cleaning.
The mesmerizing “tumbling block” floor, repeated also in the entry.
Eight foot tall custom panel doors, lacquered in deep grey, provide a sober transition between rooms. The leather wrapped nickel lever handle softens the experience.