Located just off the main staircase on the second floor of the iconic
Julia Morgan designed San Francisco mansion, you'll find the "En Vogue Salon." Both the master bathroom and neighboring makeup salon are designed by Tineke Triggs and her team at Artistic Designs for Living. As you enter the master bathroom, the tone is immediately apparent to the viewer. A glamourous fashion-forward space to celebrate the body. Inspired by the July 1966 Vogue Magazine cover, a quintessential moment that broke the mold for women in the 1960's, ADL's design pulls from the patterns and textures often utilized during the iconic era. 141
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The convergence of the space is the oval freestanding Sunstruck tub by Kohler that sits upon the custom flooring designed by Tineke Triggs. Framing the wall, as a dramatic backdrop, are a pair of custom dipdyed linen ombre curtains by Carolyn Ray. As you soak in the tub, it’s hard to miss the vivacious commissioned photograph by Danielle Mourning, courtesy of Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts. Bringing awareness to the ceiling, it’s difficult not to miss the hand formed brass and steel sculptural Palermo chandelier from Zia Priven. The grand fixture effortlessly hangs from the marblelike handpainted mural completed by the local artist, Élan Evans of Atelier Élan. It almost appears that the light fixture acts like a crown for the occupant.
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Across the seating area is a custom double sink vanity layered with intricate period details, a marble countertop, and intentionally clashing hardware finishes.
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Carrera Marble countertops help blend the sophisticated design on the Kallista sinks with the clashing satin nickel and marble handle Barbara Barry Counterpoint fixtures.
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Geometric handpainted gold applique details frame vintage brass and lucite hardware throughout the vanity.
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Bridging both the master bathroom and dressing is the spacious walk through shower. Black marble thresholds frame the feathered herringbone wall tile in White color by Mosaic Haus. The feathered shape of the tile plays off the curvilinear details found on the floor tile and vanity details. Showerheads and fixtures are in satin nickel. Polished nouveau oval shaped tiles made of nero marble line the shower floor.
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To the left of the entry are inspirational handpainted messages by Élan Evans of Atelier Élan that wrap the pony wall, which closes off the Kohler Purist Hatbox hands free toilet. The words are intended to inspire and empower positive affirmation, something we don’t often practice when looking at ourselves in the mirror. Boyd Lighting’s Alhambra sconces in finish lightup the handpainted murals.
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As you exit the shower, you enter the intimate makeup room and prepare for an evening out. Immediately capturing the eye and another homage to our inspiration, the walls are wrapped in Vogue magazine covers, a new product by James Malone Fabrics. The fabric is originally a textile but the
ADL team had an acrylic back on the product for wall application. Photography
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Complementing our vanity design in the master bathroom is a custom desk that encases a jewelry collection with a glass top with brass details.
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Both for comfort and function, a vintage chair from House of Honey was upholstered in White terry cloth-like fabric is placed at the desk. Continuing with the curvilinear design motif found throughout the master bathroom is a White Lillian mirror by Made Goods. Rather than flank the walls with clunky towel bars and hooks, the design team quickly procured a limited edition Kelly Wearstler towel rack. Gem-like celestial pebble glass pendants by Ochre frame the desk with an extremely sexy Kalmar Ice chandelier above.
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Ultimately, Tineke Triggs and the Artistic Designs for Living team hope the viewer leaves the En Vogue Salon feeling empowered, beautiful, and ready for their day.