transformation of the long and narrow room in this centuries-old house
into a charming bathroom is a testament to thoughtful design. The
vestibule, a welcoming transitional space in which the owners display
art and antiques, leads to the main bathroom. Here, a raised ceiling,
ample lighting and a large mirror combine to create a more open feel.
The mahogany counter is warm and welcoming while sky-blue walls lend a
cool, soothing quality to the room. Beadboard wainscot, hand-cut nails
and wide-plank pine floors complete this very functional and
aesthetically pleasing room while adding the charming, old-house feel.