I thought I’d post photos of some details that got left out of previous posts. You can click on any of this pics to see all the details in larger shots.
This first picture is of the custom-made wrought-iron arched double doors to the private garden off the master bathroom. The have an art-deco design with privacy glass.
This next picture is in the art studio on the second floor of the main house. It shows the built-in cabinets with a stained concrete and embedded glass countertop and Talavera tiles on the backsplash and edges. I do stained glass and mosaic work in this studio, which is surrounded by glass and has a peek of a view of the lake and a magnificent view of the mountains.
Here’s a shot of the ceiling entering the master bedroom; it is called a “Cañon” (in English, Canyon) because it is long and narrow and quite deep, meaning the bricks form a very rounded curve. It has oval windows on each side, nice crown moulding along the top, and a star lamp that sparkles quite colorfully after dark.
This next photo is a bamboo curtain entry into the master bedroom’s spacious walk-in closet. It adds a bit of tropical flare, don’t you think?
This next pic shows the details of the shower in the master bathroom – it’s so hard to show all the details in bathroom shots, since they’re smaller areas. It’s got a beautiful marble and pebble floor, a checkerboard pattern of bird and fish tiles, sliding glass and iron doors to the private garden (see above pic of the doors to it), and what you can’t see in this pic is the tiled niche and the large rain-style copper shower head.
Here’s a closer-up photo of the fireplace in the master bedroom, with lovely bird design Talavera tiles embedded in the plaster and a custom-made wrought-iron fireplace screen.
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