This bathing room is totally eclectic. First, it's completely unexpected, as the gorgeous (undoubtedly original) Victorian-era fireplace is more suited for a living room or dining room than a bathroom. Second, the gorgeous Wetstyle freestanding tub is so obviously contemporary. The muted olive-tone wallpaper, though vintage inspired, isn't original (though it could just as well be), and the furniture is midcentury modern, with a lovely Norman Cherner molded plywood armchair off to the side. And it's all overseen by a sparkly, contemporary chrome and crystal chandelier. Although there aren't many elements within the room, each is tonally unified. And their organic curves are yet another connective factor — down to the horns on the serving tray. Very simple, yet brilliantly executed.