The curving birch sink gives a streamlined look to this 456-foot powder room in the home of Mike and Raina Sobel. "We designed the wood shelves and credenza to complement the lines of the wall-mounted sink," says architect Barbara Brown. "The toilet features a matching wood seat. The cabinetry also echoes the look of the nearby kitchen's millwork, enhancing the visual flow. Contrasting with the bathroom's light wood tones, pewter-hued glass tiles cover one wall, floor to ceiling. A drawer beneath the sink holds linens and supplies. Display shelves create a tailored look. A slatted wood ceiling filters illumination from a skylight added to heighten the space. The mirror is inset into the tile wall.
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