Things We Love
Soaking Tub as the Centerpiece “The tub was the most important thing to the homeowner,” says designer Danielle Robin of Twin Interiors. “It’s an acrylic tub from Ferguson with a wall-mounted tub filler rather than a floor-mounted fixture.”
Showstopping chandelier “I wanted something that was eye-catching,” says Danielle. “This chandelier gives off a unique reflective pattern when the other light fixtures in the space are turned off. It perfectly illuminates the tub.”
Tiled vanity wall Patterned tile covering the entire vanity wall brings an unexpected element to the room. “When you walk in the door, you have to turn before you see it,” says Danielle. “It’s really a pleasant surprise.”
Stylish yet hardworking storage shelves Three wooden niches beside the tub offer plenty of storage (15 inches deep!) for towels, bath products, and an array of decorative accessories.
Interior design: Danielle Robin, Twin Interiors, 205.802.3920, twincompanies.com Builder: Twin Construction, twincompanies.com Tile: Triton, 205.592.0202, tritonstone.com Plumbing fixtures: Ferguson, 205. 254.3454, ferguson.com Cabinet hardware: Brandino Brass, 205.978.8900, brandinobrass.com Cabinet paint color: Mount Etna by Sherwin-Williams, sherwin-williams.com Countertop: Surface One, 205.621.1125, surface1.com Bedding: Three Sheets, 205.871.2337, threesheetslinen.com Mirrors, sconces, fabric for shade, furniture, rug: Twin Interiors