The master bathroom has a separate water closet but is otherwise open to the bedroom. "Keeping everything open makes both areas feel larger," says Griffin. "Our firm has been taking this approach more and more as a way of expanding the space between a bedroom and a bathroom." The mirror was placed on the wall opposite the window box, so that "you are looking at nature and feel like you're floating in the hills," she explains.The tile floor is limestone, and the floating vanity is covered in rift-cut white oak veneer. In a perfect mix of high and low, the print portraying Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's was purchased at Ikea. "Graphically it really works," says Griffin. "It's how it's placed next to the pedestal."