This luxurious bathroom-dressing room was part of a high-end master suite built back in the 1950s.
The sweet suite retreat, which included two beds, a small seating area and even a single electric burner, was a room where people lived in daily contact with the beautiful.
In the lavatory area, there were two stainless steel basins sunk into the countertop, contrasting their satiny gleam with the glowing color of glass mosaic.
The door pulls that were on the redwood wardrobe, the dressing-room cabinets, and the drawers were mosaics, made by Arthur Ames, and they echoed the color and character of the room.
Even the most practical objects were aesthetic delights. For instance, the flower-like valves and faucets were handmade silver by Allan Adler.
The unique flooring in the bathroom was cement tile, patterned in white pebbles, then ground down smooth.
The dressing-room area was bathed in a shadowless daylight that entered through sand-blasted glass walls.