Miles Redd's gorgeous and infamous floor to ceiling mirrored bath holds a particular charm for me as it was salvaged from the Armour estate blocks from my childhood home in Lake Forest, Illinois. The home was built in 1931 and was the estate of Lester Armour of the meatpacking fortune. It was a collaboration between the brilliant architect David Adler and his equally brilliant sister interior designer Frances Elkins. The house was gutted in the 1990s by eighties pop icon Richard Marx and the bathroom languished in a salvage yard until rescued by Miles Redd.
Miles Redd's powder room-very art deco glam with its black, white, and Lucite. I love the little pop of color on the monogrammed hand towels.
I love this Cowtan & Tout Manuel Canovas wallpaper, the monogrammed towel (always make your monograms large, they are much more elegant), and the silver leather cube. The perfect woman's bathroom. This glamorous and feminine bathroom featured in House Beautiful is by designer Amanda Nisbet.
I have no idea where I originally found this photo, but I love the unexpected use of blue and white porcelain and the chopstick monogram on the towels-I would guess Leontine Linens. This is a great way to glamorize a white bathroom. I would have used a blue and white garden stool instead of the large vase on the floor-a perfect perch for a towel or robe.