Custom Bathroom & Ensuites
The classic, feminine lines of the clawfoot tub informed Douglas’ suggestion of curved, cabriole Queen Anne legs on this traditional, custom-built vanity. Crystal knobs are set into panel moulding, which is painted. D.H. Moore Architect built the home, and requested that Douglas create a classic, furniture-style vanity for this airy and spacious traditional bath.
This solid and rectilinear furniture vanity is featured in a home with a French Country theme throughout. Victoria’s D.H. Moore Architect had the idea of a massive, solid-looking vanity— which would appear to be floating. Douglas was able to source glass balls for the legs to sit on, and matching glass knobs. The unique vanity features frame and panel with a panel moulding, polyurethane finish. Vancouver Island marble sits on top.
This extensive master ensuite features custom-build floating vanities with slab fronts and flush hardware for a sleek, modern look. The cabinetry and tub panels are finished with a conversion varnish. D.H. Moore Architect requested the clean lines to integrate into this bright, somewhat industrial aesthetic.
The calm symmetry of this temple-like ensuite involved complex engineering and precise woodworking. Features include a hidden medicine cabinet and waste chute. Integrated bevel pulls give a clean appearance to the cabinetry in this mid-century, contemporary approach. Rift cut white oak is finished with clear acrylic.
Quarter-sawn sapele, a hardwood cousin of mahogany, was used to create the ribbon-like patterns on the custom vanity for this ensuite. The translucent countertop is three-inch acrylic, machined and installed by Douglas, who also created the slim, wood-framed mirror. The drainage for the sink is hidden. Brian Morris Architect.