t the entry, a simple wood frame to mark a special area and at the same time hid the doors with wood panels which match the walls. This was done to make the small room appear larger without the boundaries of doors. After a long day, creating a cocktail is always a good idea so a bar with hidden fridge is placed as near the entry as possible.
In the kitchen design all the kitchen equipment is hidden from view under the counters and removed any vertical elements. The countertops are stainless steel with black frosted glass backslash. The hood vent is also disguised from view with the recirculating air vents under the wood frame that surrounds the cabinets.
The master bathroom is rich with color and textures with elegant floor to ceiling 12’ x 24’ stone tile. Complimented with contemporary polished chrome fixtures, custom built three way mirror/medicine cabinet. A long, porcelain sink sits atop of a Calcutta Gold counter top and custom built vanity with brass frame finish and glossy enamel paint.