Upper East Side Carriage HouseContemporary Bathroom, New York

Originally designed by Delano and Aldrich in 1917, this building served as carriage house to the William and Dorothy Straight mansion several blocks away on the Upper East Side of New York. With practically no original detail, this relatively humble structure was reconfigured into something more befitting the client’s needs. To convert it for a single family, interior floor plates are carved away to form two elegant double height spaces. The front façade is modified to express the grandness of the new interior. A beautiful new rear garden is formed by the demolition of an overbuilt addition. The entire rear façade was removed and replaced. A full floor was added to the roof, and a newly configured stair core incorporated an elevator.

Architecture: DHD
Interior Designer: Eve Robinson Associates

Photography by Peter Margonelli
http://petermargonelli.com

Bathroom - contemporary bathroom idea in New York with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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slumberbug wrote:Feb 3, 2013
  • Nicole Gable
    it is quartzite. stone city in chicago carries. quartzite is very strong, but this material, due to the crystals, tends to "crumble", chip or crack very easily. lizette can help you if you call the warehouse.
  • zbarbaraz7

    This is my favorite.

    Love the iceberg blue marble.


connieholton wrote:Sep 10, 2012
lserfling wrote:Jul 29, 2012
liz m. wrote:Nov 6, 2013
  • liz m.
    Sorry, and countertop...primarily woud like info on countertop...thx
  • franzj
    i am also curious about the countertop. the bath is gorgeous!!
katherinevantosh wrote:Mar 7, 2019
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        bussmannv wrote:Feb 2, 2012

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          gabrielledistefano
          Elements of Style added this to 6 Focal Points to Build a Beautiful Interior AroundSep 29, 2013

          Pattern. Pattern can be a striking focal point. If a room is lacking in architectural features, use a more permanent, patterned finish — like tile or stone — as a bold statement.The organic, flowing pattern and subtle color of the granite feature wall carries this powder room — no need for other decorative elements. Clever backlighting highlights the stone and emphasizes the floating vanity top.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          jalpin
          Jason Alpin added this to 1056 BathroomsJun 23, 2019

          Vanity thick and great use of light

          autumnmccall
          Leading Design added this to 1903 Canada - Half BathroomsFeb 15, 2019

          Love this half bath....but is there enough lighting?

          codo56
          codo56 added this to Marcus- DoughertyDec 12, 2018

          this would be brilliant in the guest. the panel under the counter would work!

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