Although the powder room was essentially a tiny, rectangular box, it has now been renovated to become a surprising, happy 'garden' of undulating vines and flowers with carefully designed features.The custom vanity and honed marble top holds the square grey wash basin, which was chosen to compliment the ground color in the wallpaper. The penny round floor tiles pick out the bronzes and pale golds also found in the wall covering. The mirror's shape and colour was chosen to complete the story of the flowing, cheerful yet bold walls.

The master bathroom from the 1970's  was completely gutted. A walk-in shower with a frameless door and a plexiglass folding seat now replaces an outdated bathtub. The floor, which is heated, is clad in a ming green herringbone marble, while using the same tile but in a mosaic square inside the shower itself. The shower walls are tiled in hand made and hand glazed tile while the upper half displays an arabesque tile that nods to the pattern of the wallpaper used in the rest of the bathroom. The vanity, which stretches the length of the room is custom, with a white honed marble countertop. The mirrors which have a matte bronze finish, compliment the bronze colour found in the wall covering.