“This is the anti-sensory-overload area,” says Boston-based designer Elizabeth Georgantas. “I wanted it to be the single place at home where you have room to breathe.” The soft, minimalist bedroom feels like an upscale boutique hotel in the mountains—the kind that convinces you to stay in bed rather than hit the slopes. An abundance of storage in the en suite bathroom allows for a clutter-free visual environment, while a copper soaking tub in front of a shower column begs you to submerge. Closed cabinets rule in the bathroom, but Georgantas opted for open shelves and hanger rails in the closet so that all wardrobe options could be assessed and accessed at once. Serenity now.
Closet: The Container Store. Closet rug: Merida. Clothing and accessories: Andrisen Morton & MAX Clothing. Bathtub: Thompson Traders. Bathroom countertop and shower: Caesarstone. Bathroom fixtures: Kohler. Paint: Benjamin Moore. Mattress: Stearns & Foster. Bed: RH. Tables: Noir. Chair: vintage. Lighting: Circa Lighting.
Wallpaper: Thibaut. Artwork: David Yarrow photography through Hilton | Asmus Contemporary. For a full list of resources, click here
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