Muted tones in master ensuite reflect the surrounding landscape

Sheer curtain gives flexibility of privacy to this open-plan space

Photography by: Lincoln Barbour

Designed by Holly Freres, JHL Design

From the designer:

This coastal residence was a new construction home nestled into the rugged landscape in Arch Cape, Oregon.

Designer Holly Freres of JHL Design specified muted tones that might be found in the surrounding landscape.

The radiant floors are poured concrete and the ensuite bathroom is open to the view of the ocean.

The bathtub has a sheer privacy curtain, which adds texture and cosiness to the space.

The master vanity was custom made of Oregon White Oak and an integrated sink and countertop by MTI. Faucets are by Kallista and the sconces by Urban Electric Company.

The hardware was sourced in Indonesia and is a one-of-a-kind feature. Custom rug by Lapchi is 100% silk.

The combination of luxurious elements paired with soft finishes was the perfect backdrop to this modern home. 

Credits: 

Architect: David Horning Design

Interior Designer: JHL Design

Photographer: Lincoln Barbour


Jan 13, 2019
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