Bringing a bit of the outdoors inside, Bath in a Garden Folly draws inspiration from the grand garden rooms of 18th century Europe to create a cozy and peaceful bathroom retreat.

Distinguished interior designer Bunny Williams utilized natural elements such as limestone, marble, wood and textiles to create a relaxing personal space that also happens to be a functional bathroom.

Williams wanted to use a freestanding bath as a focal point for the garden-inspired suite and selected the charming Kohler Iron Works Historic bath in Tea Green to fulfill her vision.

“Bath in a Garden Folly is all about bringing a little more elegance and warmth into the bathroom, especially as it is the one room where people spend a lot of time,” explains Williams.

Bath in a garden folly bathroom in greens

About this room design & fixtures
Description: Bringing the outdoors in, this bathroom draws inspiration from the grand garden rooms of 18th century Europe to create a cozy and peaceful retreat.
Colors in this home design: green, light green, moss green, white
Features & style/feel: traditional, eclectic, vintage, clawfoot bathtub, vaulted ceilings, wood, creative, personality, bathroom, old-fashioned, traditional, quaint, garden, molding, gold, golden, faucets, cozy, peaceful
Photo credit:  Kohler Co

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