Luxurious Master suite in an eclectic style. Comprises of a multi-zoned living-space, dressing room and bathroom.
An open plan bathroom designed by deconstruction of use. Marble clad bathroom vanities defined by existing windows. The yellow Tam Tam stool by Pols Potten offsets an Art Deco trolley offset by work from artist Minnette Vari.
An open plan bathroom designed by deconstruction of use. Marble clad bathroom vanities defined by existing windows whilst the shower and bath concealed in a bay window. The yellow Tam Tam stool by Pols Potten.
A master bedroom in tones of dusty purple and blue. A pair of English Art Deco pedestals by Harry & Lou Epstein used as bedside tables. A pair of Indian balustrades hung vertically off the wall form the headboard. Artworks by Robert Hodgins and Stefanus Rademeyer.
An open plan dressing room layout concealing storage whilst allowing display. The circulation works around a his and hers Island anchored by a sculpture by artist Willem Boshoff.
The foyer to a master suite displays a French Art Deco console dressed with jade, cameo, opalescent, and recycled blown glass. Artwork a monotype by Jessica Webster.
A lemon rind cotton armchair offsets a Victorian mahogany barrel table. The hand blown vessel houses an air plant. The 1930 Indian iron bookshelf displaying collectibles and Russian lacquered nesting dolls.
A new corner window for the master suite. There is an early colonial rattan chaise and an Art Deco coffee table placed next to the fireplace. The artwork by Jessica Webster.
A faux reptile skin dressing table displays a selection of Russian lacquer boxes, Lalique and Daum glass next to a Ralph Lauren tray. The linen curtains in a gauche floral, lifting the colours in the room.